Cutting-edge technology built into rifles, optics and ballistic calculators are enabling long-range shooters to harvest astonishing group sizes at far greater distances than once ever imagined. However, the resulting stampede to market by manufacturers has given endusers — seasoned pros and new comers alike — a steep learning curve. What should you use? How can you take full advantage of the latest suite of precision-shooting technology? SIG Sauer has just made the process more intuitive and less expensive.
The One-Stop Shop
SIG Sauer’s new line, called the Ballistic Data Xchange (BDX), takes the confusion out of selecting and using all the tools necessary to be a precision shooter. There are two components that require purchase: a scope and a rangefinder. Then, you download a free app to a smartphone for the complete hat trick.
Originally posted on Guns and Ammo