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 served for four year 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.