Sig Sauer KILO2200MR

by Darren Choate, Editor In Chief

Sig Sauer KILO2200MROn every hunt I was on in 2017–whether it was archery or rifle; elk, antelope or deer–the one gear item I could not live without was my rangefinder, a Sig Sauer KILO2200MR.

The KILO2200MR provides distance readings—on a highly-reflective target—out to two miles. Like most of the current range-finding devices on the market, the KILO features angle-modified ranging, a necessity for western big game hunting.

The KILO2200MR also comes standard with a small aiming circle, which provides precise ranging performance for those long-range shots. Sig Sauer’s HyperScan (4x per second range updates) makes this rangefinder perfect for the western bowhunter as well; simply press the button, follow the moving target, while the KILO2200MR provides constant range updates.


  • Ranges up to two miles with the Revolutionary LightWave DSPTM Technology for the fastest and longest distance rangefinder engine.
  • Revolutionary LightWave DSPTM Technology for the fastest and longest distance rangefinder engine.
  • HyperScanTM Technology provides 4 range updates per second in scan mode while RangeLockTM reports the last range result when ranging distant targets. Results displayed to the nearest 1/10 yard.
  • Advanced OLED display provides a smaller, more accurate center aiming circle along with milling features.
  • Line of Sight or Angle Modified range displayed with angle of incline/decline.
  • LumaticTM Display automatically calibrates display brightness to changing ambient light conditions.
  • Compact, magnesium housing with binocular style eyecup and diopter adjustment.
  • Sleek design for one handed operation and lanyard attachment point.
  • Covered by SIG SAUER’s INFINITE GuaranteeTM and Electronics Limited Warranty.
  • New milling reticle with 2.4 MRAD inner diameter and 3 MRAD outer diameter center aiming circle.
  • SpectraCoat anti-reflection coatings for superior light transmission and optical clarity.

Cost: $599.99


Darren Choate

Darren Choate is the founder of Western Whitetail. Prior to his writing career, he completed a four-year tour in the USAF. He has been hunting and guiding other hunters in the West for over 30 years. Choate is a voting member of the Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA), and his articles have been featured in magazines such as Cabela’s Outfitter Journal, Quality Whitetails and Rocky Mountain Game & Fish. Additionally, Choate is the Editor of Whitetail Journal, Bowhunting World and Archery Business for Grand View Outdoors.