WTB...Sig or Leica Rangefinder

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I'm looking for either a sig2400 or Leica 2400, 2800.

Let me know if you have one you want to sell.

 

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Want a 2200? Asking for a friend I have a 2200, or want a 2400 ABS?

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How do you like the 2200? Can it range consistently out to 1200? I don't plan on ever shooting past about 800 on game.
 

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It will range out to 1200yds, BUT only give shooting solutions up to 800yds.

**BDX model that is
 

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Thank you for that info, might have to cancel the BDX off the list then.
This is for the 2200. The 2400 will range much further I believe.

If you only plan to shoot game up to 800yds, the 2200 will work for you. Shooting steel past that would need the use of a ballistics solver (such as Shooter, Strelok, ECT.).
 

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ok, so beyond 800 will it obviously give the range but will it also give angle that I could put into the app on my phone?
 

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Yes. You just have to change the mode your rangefinder is in. I keep mine for the most part in the setting linked to the ballistic profile I made in the app. (You can make many)

When connected by Bluetooth, it communicates with your SIG BDX app and loads the profile onto the rangefinder. It will stay in this mode until you change it on the rangefinder itself.
 

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Are you looking for a range finder with ballistics or just a good standard range finder?

The 2200 is great and the 2400 I'll get you BNIB , I have some in stock

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We use to be a SIG dealer. But the fly by nights selling under map pricing behind the scenes just made it not worth while when you are sitting on $50K in SIG inventory.
Not surprised at all!!!! Steiner did that about 2 years ago. Crazy how now they discount their items on their website cheaper than what their wholesale prices were!!

I feel your pain, that's a bummer. Winning those contracts added a bit of a chip on the shoulder

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May want to hold off on getting a Sig 2400. Its been discontinued. The replacement model is supposed to hit the shelves towards the end of the year.
 

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