Earlier in the year we mentioned that the folks at Kestrel will soon have a version of the 4500NV running the Applied Ballistics software. That moment is upon us. The joint venture between both companies gives users a great alternative to Horus’ ATrag. By offering Horus ATrag and Applied Ballistics models, Kestrel provides greater choices for its customers. Strategically, it also means that Kestrel is the only company to successfully integrate the best ballistic software on the market with the best weather and environmental metering available. When combined with its optional Bluetooth functionality, the Kestrel 4500 NV becomes a key subassembly in a more elaborate and comprehensive fire control tool.
M.S.R.P. on the Applied Ballistic versions of the 4500NV is $589 and that includes two color options desert tan or olive drab. Bluetooth versions are $100 more.