Not legal in a lot of states, for example Idaho. Illuminated reticle is ok but no other electronic device. It's good to hear you haven't had any issues but after having 4 sig kilo 2400's I'm not a fan of sig.I have the Sig Saur BDX 3000. I love them. I have used them on my 280 AI, &mm WSM, 6.5 x 280 AI, 22 x 243 AI with lots of success. Whe I hunt for 10 days at a time, I always take 2 extra batteries with me. I like the glass and the ability to sinc my rifle to my scope. I have hunted all over Africa, Mexico and South Texas w/no issues.
Lots of states are illegal on this matter.. amazed that more people don't realize this!! its actually funny that the scope from GW is illegal in almost every state I hunt in!!Not legal in a lot of states, for example Idaho. Illuminated reticle is ok but no other electronic device. It's good to hear you haven't had any issues but after having 4 sig kilo 2400's I'm not a fan of sig.
I had the same issue with Sig 2000. It was only 30°, and all I could get was 400 yards.Vortex Fury 5000 are still holding up very well for me. My biggest thing with rangefinders was temperature. Every time in freezing temps the Leica's I had would only range 350 yds. Might have just been a one time thing but I took them back immediately. Glass is pretty decent as well, nothing like my 12x50 Swaros but for the price point I like them a lot and they are very accurate on range. If I did it all over again I would do the swaro range finders.
I have the leica 3200.com's and they are simply the best rf/bino combo made!! i ran mine in the large kuiu pro last fall and im trying the new marsupial rig this year .. the kuiu was great i just like trying new gear
I have been using the Sig Sauer BDX 3000 binos. I have taken them to Africa, my ranch in Mexico and Texas for the past 3 years. They work great as rangefinders, binos and if you want a shooting solution tied to your iphone. No issues and great glass.I've been running the same middle of the road binos and a 2005 model range finder for a long while now and I'm thinking seriously about upgrading. I'm considering the swarovski range finding binos. My question is, are they that much better than any other range finding binoculars? What others are there out there that compare? What are your recommendations?