SIG Sauer Introduces BDX 2.0 Rangefinder-Riflescope System

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posted on January 21, 2020
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SIG Sauer has upgraded its Ballistic Data Xchange (BDX) Rangefinder and Riflescope System. BDX 2.0 takes advantage of the advanced Applied Ballistics Ultralight and Bluetooth technology, and adds simplified functionality to help get hunters on target faster. New features of BDX 2.0 include: nine pre-loaded, user-selectable Ballistic Drop Compensation (BDC) reticles in all SIERRA Riflescopes; eight ballistic groups pre-loaded in KILOBDX rangefinders; and the QuickBOND feature that bonds BDX rangefinders and scopes together as a ballistic system.

“The BDX 2.0 system builds upon the success of BDX, adding simplified features and benefits, including the user selectable BDC reticles that allow hunters and shooters to engage targets out to 500 yards with their BDX system without using the smartphone app. All BDX 2.0 rangefinders and riflescopes are now pre-programmed with ballistic groups that cover most centerfire rifle cartridges, crossbows and muzzleloaders,” said Andy York, president of SIG Sauer Electro-Optics.

All SIERRABDX Riflescopes, KILOBDX Rangefinders, and BDX Kits are currently shipping with the BDX 2.0 upgrade. For more information, please visit sigsauer.com.

Additional Reading:
2019 Optic of the Year: SIG Sauer BDX Optics System
Hardware: SIG Sauer BDX
SIG Sauer Launches New BDX Electro-Optics Line

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