LRO Owner~Editor~Long Range Hunting Specilist
- Apr 17, 2013
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Sounds to me like you have a pair of pre-production prototypes. Our finished production models range just fine and are performing very well.Hey there...
I've had one of my own for testing for more than a month now.
Were you all as disappointed in this new unit's ranging abilities as I was or is mine a fluke?
I'd rate it as a reliable 800-1000 yard rangefinder but that's about it... not even that in some conditions. The Leica Geovid HD-B's put it to shame, what's been your take?
The Zeiss app matches my Applied Ballistics app within .1 MOA and I’d bet you have a parameter set differently in one of your programs.Do you sell the Zeis, i do not se them on your website? Do you feel that the Sig Kilo 2400 ranges farther than the Zeis in tougher conditions?
I plugged my 6.5 creedmoor load into the Zeis app and it was .45 mils different at 800yrds than the applied ballistics solution that I have found to be spot on.
Tom, the NPR-1 and the MOAR T are almost exactly the same in thickness. The MOAR is about double in thickness.Hello Jeff,
I’m not sure if this is the right forum for this question but I’ll go for it anyway. I’m looking at getting a NF atacr x25 2nd focal, i’m curious to know what your thoughts are, what you prefe, the MOAR or the MOAR- T reticle, at present I have the NSX 5.5x22x50 npr-1.
I’ll be using it primarily for hunting .
Check out the latest review to see how to manually enter G7 curves. Also, I’m sorry I didn’t see this months ago to answer your question!Hey folks....new to the forum. Found this thread after searching for info on the Zeiss after my current binos crapped out on me on a hunt this last weekend.
I'm really stumped why they didn't put windage into the ballistics calculator. Whenever I do a range card, I just do a 10MPH wind column and then adjust using mental math depending on actual conditions. Would be super easy to add for them.
I also didn't see a way to enter G7 BCs. According to Zeiss customer support "The app does support G7 curves" yet I can't find it.
Just received a follow-up from Zeiss: "You are right..There are very few G7 curves which are not covered for every bullet." It sounds like G7 is only supported on a subset of bullets and there is no manual entry option.
I'm also reluctant to be dependent on an external device. I've seen enough times where a vendor stops updating an app and eventually I'm stuck with a useless piece of hardware. This may be OK for cheap consumer gadgets, but I expect binoculars to last me a very long time. Some backup form of inefficient button-only input would make me totally happy.
If it had these features, Id buy one.
I didn’t. I ran the velocity the chronograph gave me and it was great. I may have seen differences of 0.1 MOA between the two systems but it never really mattered. Make sure on the sig you have “0” wind conditions because it’ll factor in aerodynamic jump into the solution.Justin did you have to tweak your muzzle velocity any on your Zeiss to match the Sig Kilo 2400? I took my sig out today to verified a new load at long range and the sig matched the gun perfectly but I had to tweak the Zeiss app/bino's + 15 fps to make them both read same MOA Sig,Zeiss,gun.