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Thread: SIG SAUER BDX COMBO KIT

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    SIG SAUER BDX COMBO KIT

    Hi, has anyone here tried or use this scope/rangefinder combo ?
    I'm interested to know if it would be a reliable and useable system to help me stretch out my shots on deer.
    Any thoughts? Cheers.
    https://www.sigsauer.com/store/bdx-c...5-14x44mm.html

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    THEY ARE AWESOME!!

    The new BDX bino rangefinder is a step up again.
    Life is natures way of keeping meat fresh

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    Thanks - what model do you have ?
    Is the scope cumbersome or average size/weight?

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    Scope normal size to anything else. Not really any heavier. Same size & weight as my Whiskey5 scope
    Bloody awesome bit of kit. So easy to operate
    6.5-20x52 and kilo3000 bino/rf
    Life is natures way of keeping meat fresh

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    Cool - thanks Cambo.
    I might give it a try , though I can't find the binoculars in NZ - any advice on where to purchase ?

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    They're new. I've been lucky
    Retailers will have them very soon
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    Life is natures way of keeping meat fresh

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    The general reviews (although there are only one or two) in the 3000BDX binoculars are very positive. Pairing with your Kestrel looks to be the best option for longer distances. But at hunting ranges, the cut down version of AB would be pretty handy.

    Getting some.....

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    Think there is a gun store in Taihape that does good pricing, 2nd hand info though.
    “he waka eke noa”

 

 

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