A must have for long range shooting
- Wayne Albright
How do you improve the best piece of gear for long range shooting? First, tighten up the beam divergence and tune up the software to get better target discrimination and detection at extreme ranges. Then redesign the programming menu to simplify in-the-field updates to any of the five customizable ballistic profiles; and finally, add MRAD units to existing MOA and BDC outputs to create a complete ballistic solver for drop and wind.
Press one button and the G7 BR2 measures range, pressure, temperature, and incline to calculate a drop and wind solution based on your programmed Ballistic Coefficient (G1 or G7), Muzzle Velocity, Sight Height and Zero Range. Use the MOA or MRAD outputs with any scope’s adjustments to dial-in the angular solution. In BDC mode, compatible with ballistic reticles and BDC turrets which are calibrated to a fixed temperature and altitude, the BR2 will calculate a corrected solution automatically adjusted for varying conditions- just dial your BDC turret to the displayed Shoot-To-Range. You will never need to swap out your turret again.
The G7 BR2 is the world's first rangefinder with an on-board ballistic solver for precise real-time drop and wind calculations out to 1400 yards. The BR2 is accurate to the nearest 0.1 MOA! Using a device that only provides a preconfigured-table lookup solution in 1.0 MOA increments, without wind correction, is not an option for shooting at 1000 yards and beyond.
For tough ranging conditions in rain, snow, or bright sunlight, selectable targeting modes allow you to detect and display the distance for Nearest, Farthest or Strongest targets out to the maximum range of 2500 yards.
Differences of note vs SIG Kilo 2400:
- Wayne Albright
- Paul F. Taylor
- Ernest Carey
- Malichai Scott Mcdowell
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