Video: SIG's New Optics for 2016

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posted on May 24, 2016
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SIG Sauer has expanded its optics line, and had its latest releases on display at the 145th NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Louisville. The ECHO1 Digital Thermal Imaging Reflex Sight provides for day or night use while functioning similar to a conventional reflex sight. The KILO2000 rangefinder has the ability to range reflective targets at 3,400 yards, trees at 1,500 yards and deer at 1,200 yards. The TANGO6 super-zoom 6x riflescope, meanwhile, is ideal for close-quarter battle operations and 3-Gun alike.

For more information, check out the video embedded above or go to SIGOptics.com.

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