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Setting rifle mode

I have the manual but cannot get past setting the yard/metre mode

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  • voudstra Aug 15, 2008

    Hi yes i have but it does not cover this problem

  • voudstra Aug 15, 2008

    the details you give are from the manual which i have.but it dosent seem to work istill cannot get past the metre/yard mode thats the problem

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Hi,

did you try refering the manual for troubleshooting steps?

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

  • Priya darshan Aug 15, 2008

    I have some useful info for you:

    There are two ARC (Angle Range Compensation) modes and one REGULAR mode. The two ARC modes are BOW mode and RIFLE mode.
    To select between these modes, first turn the unit “ON” by pressing and releasing the POWER button.
    Next, press and hold the MODE button for five seconds. The “SETUP” display icon will light and the current compensation mode will be identified by either the “BOW” symbol ( ), the “RIFLE symbol ( ) lit with one of the ballistic groups (A thru J) displayed and flashing, or no indicators lit and the message ( ) flashing in the bottom of the LCD.
    The modes can be cycled through in a circular fashion by pressing and releasing the mode button. The order of modes is a follows: BOW, RIFLE A, RIFLE B, RIFLE C, RIFLE D, RIFLE E, RIFLE F, RIFLE G, RIFLE H,RIFLE I, RIFLE J, REG, etc. When the bow selection is displayed, the “BOW” icon will flash and when a “RIFLE: selection is displayed, the “RIFLE” icon will be steady, but the ballistic group will be flashing toward the bottom of the LCD. When the ( ) is displayed, the message ( ) will flash near the bottom of the LCD. Once the desired distance compensation mode is displayed, select it by pressing and releasing the POWER button. Following this selection, the current unit of measure, “Y” for yards or “M” for meters will
    flash in the LCD and the SETUP icon is still lit. Pressing the MODE button will toggle the unit of measure.
    When the desired unit of measure is displayed, press the POWER button to accept the unit of measure and to return to the normal operating menu. Upon returning to the normal operating menu, the current compensation mode and unit of measure will be identified in the LCD.

    If in RIFLE mode, the ballistic group will be displayed in the bullet drop numeric field anytime that the primary numeric display is showing dashes (i.e. no target acquired). When a target is acquired in RIFLE mode, the line of sight distance will display in the secondary numeric displays. The “IN” icon (i.e. inches)will light next to the bullet drop numeric display, if the unit of measure is set to Yards (Y). If the unit of measure is set to Meters (M), the bullet drop will be calculated and displayed in centimeters and the “IN” icon will be turned off. If the bullet drop / hold over number is blinking, this means the user should
    add 100 to the number blinking.

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