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What year does Archer take place in?


The universe of Archer uses fashion and hairstyles from the early 1960s with a mix of 1980s architecture. Present-day technology such as smartphones and the internet as well as current social values such as the general acceptance of LGBT people and women in positions of power can also be seen in Archer. Countries that no longer exists today such as the Soviet Union still clearly exists in the Archer universe. "The Cold War never ended" is the most accepted theory put forward by the show's creator which mean's that Archer is set in the present day but in an alternate timeline from our own.

Sep 04, 2016 | Archer (2009)

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What is an archer glove?


An archer glove us a glove made for professional archers which helps protecting both the drawing fingers and the bow hand.

Feb 06, 2013 | Clothing Accessories

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What is a novice archer?


A novice archer is defined as an adult archer, who is pretty new to the sport of archery and in his first year of registering with GNAS, the governing body of archery in the UK.

Aug 26, 2012 | Betsey Johnson Archery

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Why do archers shout Fast when they spot a danger?


Any archer who spots something dangerous can shout fast in order to warn other archers in his shooting session. Fast is short for hold fast which means to stop.

Aug 26, 2012 | Betsey Johnson Archery

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My nikon archers choice just recently started acting up it wont range any further than about 45 yards ive tried a new battery ive also tried cleaning the contacts as well as resetting it with no luck...


Hi,

The unit needs an alignment. Vibration and dropping the unit is the number one killer of rangefinders.....After a while of using them, (bouncing around in golf carts, cup holders, dropping them on the cart path, or the ground) small prisms start to move inside and decrease the units effective range.... (only able to hit a target at about 150 yards or less) People that use these type of instruments have to realize that the laser beam is the straightest line in the history of man!!!. Alignment is crucial!!!

Alignment is due. For all you players that think its okay to take off the eyepiece cap.....(bad idea) This is why you see oily looking spots or black spots in the view. Direct sunlight will be magnified and burn the surface of the LCD. Nikon is good about warranties but, if you take it apart...the warranty is void!!!! So if its 2 years old or less.....(send a copy of the proof of purchase) .send it to them. If you have sunlight burns already...this won't effect the performance of the unit. Wait till something else is wrong.

THE COST..... $50 for alignment, $15 for LCD, $40 for newer eyepiece that helps deflect direct sunlight (will not prevent thermal burns but, protects for longer periods of time before damage happens) $15 for clean and adjusting.

Unfortunately, there are no recalls for the same.

Let me know,if needed further assistance.

Hope i helped you.

Thanks for using ' Fixya ' and have a nice day!!

May 31, 2011 | Nikon Archer's Choice Laser Rangefinder

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If an archer has 30% possibility of hitting a bull's eye; how many times should he try to have a 99% chance?


Think about the problem the other way. The archer has a 70% chance of missing the bull's eye with any one shot. The odds of missing the bull's eye with both of two shots is .7*.7=.49. The odds of missing with all three shots is .7^3. So, how many shots must the archer take so that the odds of missing with all of them are less than .01?

Playing around with logarithms gives us log n = log .01 / log .7 or
n = 10^(log .01 / log .7)

Putting this into the calculator (you didn't specify the make and model, so I can't give you the exact keystroke sequence) gives a value of about 12.9 for n. Thus the archer should take at least 13 shots in order to have a 99% chance of getting at least one bull's eye.

The same answer comes out if you use natural logs instead of common logs.

May 09, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Why is my archers choice rangefinder draining my battery


I "thought" my Nikon Archer's Choice was draining batteries, erratic behavior, only top charged batteries would work, ouch. Discovered that the battery compartment connection was the problem (after going through several batteries!). I first put a 1/8 th inch spacer between the battery and the compartment cap and found it worked fine. Looked in the bottom and there is a gizzmo on the + terminal post, took that off so that better contact could be made, plus cut away excess plastic on + side of battery and now it's terrific! Always works, battery lasts forever. May or may not fix your problem, but certainly fixed mine!

Apr 16, 2011 | Nikon Archer's Choice Laser Rangefinder

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Wont measure distance


Must see if the battery is in correct polarity and is set right . If power comes without any measurement, thenit is possible that the laser is not active , the beam is not readback , the processing is faulty for the return signal.
Might have the main board processor faulty.

Sep 24, 2010 | Nikon Archer's Choice Laser Rangefinder

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