I do the occasional article for Long Range Hunting Magazine and recently they sent me a Kilo 2200 for evaluation and an article. I thought I'd share some thoughts with you guys before the article goes to press. NOTE: Ranges given below are just as far as I could find something that day. Not the max range of the device. Size: It's small. Like the same size as a 600 yard capable golfers LRF. Weight: It's light. You won't even know you're carrying it. Same weight as a golfers LRF. Large Reflective Performance: Worked without a hitch to 1500yrds against stuff like white steel entry doors, large-ish signs and concrete. Small Reflective Performance: Worked easily out to 1300m against 2MOA steel. Worked easily to 1100 against plastic barrels. Large Non-Reflective: Worked to >700yrds against wet grass that was laying away and downhill from me. Small Non-Reflective: Hard to tell. Sometimes it was picking up the ground or other things in the field of view for sure and others it was picking up the target. At ranges close enough to be sure it was no problem. Beam divergence seems to be the issue here. It's pretty small but not infinitely small. On course performance: On the match course it was perfect. Zero issues getting ranges on our targets. This is a huge deal because only a Terrapin from Vectronix has been able pick up some of our targets in the past. No LRF's with 1000yrd and under ratings could reliably pick up the steels we had from 200-1000yrds. They're very often smaller than 1MRAD which is smaller than the beam divergence of all but the highest end LRF's. Using the thing offhand against dirt, fenceposts, barrels, targets, doors, signs, etc... I found it remarkably easy to use even compared to a Terrapin. It was a non-issue to pack and really you have to experience it to believe how quickly and accurately it gives ranges and how small and non-reflective those targets can be. At $500 this is so far beyond well worth the money it's silly. The ONLY thing on the market that competed well is a Terrapin and they don't even make those anymore. When they did they were 4x or more the cost of this Kilo 2200. If you do long range hunting (which I do not advocate) then you'd be a fool not to invest in the latest LRF's from Sig. I'm a born-again convert to them. Until I got a chance to use this thing I was really down on LRF's since the only one that was worth a damn was 2 grand and I'd already wasted enough hundreds of dollars trying to find a good one. Now, hell I'm going to run out and buy one of these.