Question about Optics
I lost my battery cover for my longridge pin point range finder and can't find a replacement anywhere, I've sent emails to longridge various times with no response :-(
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The model you have is the LASER 800 and it was made in 2000.
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Posted on Nov 15, 2007
This happend to me not long ago and I called Busnell North America and they asked me what type of range finder I had and sent me a new one...NO CHARGE!!
Very nice of them and it was shipped out fairly fast as well. Give it a try...(800) 423-3537
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
Harbor Freight has a kit that has them in it and most industrial tool supply companies have them. It's a security screw. there are many kits availably with an assortment of bits in them. Drill Master has a 100 piece kit that's pretty cheap. Item#91310
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
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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. Bushnell 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. Bushnell's# 800.423.3537
Let me know,if needed further assistance.
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Posted on Apr 12, 2011
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