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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - AEM Induction Systems

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS PART NUMBER: 21-563 Read and understand these instructions BEFORE attempting to install this product. Failure to follow installation instructions and not using the provided hardware may damage the intake tube, throttle body and engine. The AEM® intake system is a performance product that can be used safely during mild weather conditions. During harsh and inclement weather conditions, you must return your vehicle to stock OEM air box and intake tract configuration. Failure to follow these instructions will void your warranty. 1. Preparing Vehicle a. Make sure vehicle is parked on level surface. b. Set parking brake. c. If engine has run in the past two hours, let it cool down. d. Disconnect negative battery terminal. e. Do not discard stock components after removal of the factory system. 2. Removal of stock system a. There are three Vacuum Switching Valves (VSV), and one air flow meter that have electrical and/or vacuum connections going to them. Be sure to label these connections before disconnecting them. Refer to the following diagrams for the identification of these components. b. Remove the air flow meter connector, then remove the air flow meter by loosening the two screws. Be extremely careful with this component as it can be damaged easily. Set the air flow meter aside in a safe place. c. Disconnect the wire harness and remove the Vacuum Switching Valve (VSV) for EVAP from the air cleaner cap. Do not disconnect the vacuum hoses from the VSV for EVAP. Remove the metal mounting tab from the VSV for EVAP, and save the mounting bolt for later use. Vacuum Hoses d. Remove the upper section of the ECU cooling duct. The upper piece should pull forward out of the ECU compartment; the other end will pull up off of the lower part of the duct. e. Remove the two vacuum hoses on thebackside of the air cleaner cap. Disconnect the air cleaner hose from the throttle body, and remove the air cleaner cap and air cleaner element. Remove the upper radiator support seal. Remove the two bolts securing the lower air box. Lift the lower air cleaner case to gain access to the under side. Connector f. On the underside of the lower air cleaner case,unplug the blue wire connector from the VSV for Intake Air Control Valve (IACV) and the small vacuum line going to the nipple on the intake manifold just to the left of the throttle body. The VSV for IACV and associated vacuum lines will not be reused with the AEM® intake system.g. Remove the bolt that attaches the VSV for Canister Closed Valve (CCV) and remove the vacuum line from the lower port of the VSV for CCV. The vacuum line from the side port of the VSV for CCV to the hard line on the vehicle’s chassis should be left in place. Remove the lower air cleaner case from the vehicle. The VSV for CCV should remain in the vehicle. h. Pry the plastic rivet that secures the lower ECU cooling duct away from the engine bay. Pull the lower part of the duct out of the radiator fan shroud. Remove the entire lower ECU cooling duct from the engine bay...

Installation Instructions
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Installation Instructions Total installation time may vary depending on vehicle options and equipment. The instructions below are developed for BMW vehicles and are not to be compared to any other existing instructions for vehicles other than BMW. No methods other than those specified in this document are to be used for installation in BMW vehicles. Left and right are determined from the driver’s seat. Carefully read all instructions and supplements before proceeding with the installation. Reference should be made to TIS for instructions dealing with a stock part of the vehicle but not stated in detail in these instructions. The instructions were complete and up to date at time of publication; however, changes to the vehicle or installation may have occurred. Please report any problems or changes noted with the installation to BMW Technical Hotline, along with VIN, date of manufacture and as much detail as possible. Contents of Kit - P/N 71 60 0 303 878 Description Cross Member with Receiver Tube Cross Member Mounting Nuts White Capacities Label Receiver Tube Cover/Cap Electrical Kit Contents of Electrical Kit: Trailer Control Module Vehicle-Side Wiring Harness 7-pin Trailer Wiring Connector 7-pin to 4-pin Trailer Wiring Adapter Hardware Kit MY06 Bumper and Cross-member Preparation 1. On MY06 vehicles with body colored bumpers (1), remove lower fascia, (2) from bumper trim, and replace with cutout fascia p/n 51 12 3 417 077. 2. Remove and discard impact absorber strips (3) from inside bumper trim. 3. On the new lower fascia (1) , remove cross rail (2) along bottom of hitch cutout, with a small saw, or utility knife. 4. Clean and smooth cut edges with a hand file. 5. Remove L- shaped portions (2) in top corners of fascia (1) with small saw, or utility knife. 6. Clean and smooth cut edges with a hand file. Note: Some cross-member parts may already be modified and will not require the following steps...

PR NewswireGarnier Fructuis - TWC Films

Send a release Become a member Member sign in For journalists For bloggers Global sites "Music and style have always been so closely intertwined, but there's never been a place to go for people who are interested in both," said Trevor Silmser , Publisher, Noisey. "Style Stage is a great addition to the Noisey family and we are especially excited to be launching at SXSW." Style Stage will feature online premium original videos airing bi-weekly, along with engaging editorial content and original photography, featuring up-close interviews with today's most relevant emerging music artists, beauty and style influencers, and hairstyle trends from music festivals around the country throughout the year. Style Stage will also launch a college campus tour to discover two Style Stage hosts who will travel to music festivals throughout 2013, reporting upon of-the-moment hair and style trends for the platform. Additional details and tour dates will be announced later this month. "Music has always been a key strategic platform for Garnier Fructis. Like hair, it's an incredible vehicle for self-expression and says so much about personal style," said Debora Koyama , Assistant Vice President of Marketing, Garnier Fructis . "We are thrilled to be working with Noisey on all the incredible content and experiences Style Stage will present in celebration of hair and music trends and showcase how hair styles can define artists – even eras." Style Stage will premiere an original documentary film titled "Style Stage", featuring intimate interviews with Chairlift, Alexis Krauss of Sleigh Bells, IO Echo, Eve, Tegan and Sara, and more on March 20. The film, directed by notable documentary filmmaker Craig Teper , explores the iconic relationship between music and personal style, featuring emerging artists, influential photographers, and hair stylists. The trailer of the documentary can be viewed here: http://youtu.be/DWNBddfCBBs The full-length documentary will premiere online at www.noisey.com/style-stage beginning March 20.Noisey and Garnier Fructis will celebrate the launch of Style Stage with an exciting lineup of activities tonight at SXSW, including a SXSW-exclusive preview of the "Style Stage" documentary film, a Garnier Fructis Lounge with complimentary hair style touch-ups, and an official music showcase featuring performances by The Joy Formidable, Icona Pop, Austra, Merchandise, and IO Echo. ABOUT VICE VICE was launched in 1994 as a 'punk zine' and has since expanded into a leading global youth media company with bureaus in over 30 countries. VICE operates the world's premier original online video destination, VICE.COM, an international network of digital channels, a television production studio, a magazine, a record label, an in-house creative services agency and a bookpublishing division. VICE's digital channels include Noisey, a music discovery channel, The Creators Project, dedicated to the arts and creativity,...

15-Panduan penulisan Penerbitan Buku Teks

PANDUAN PENULISAN & PENERBITAN BUKU TEKS Panduan ini merupakan petunjuk penulisan buku pelajaran (ilmiah populer) yang digunakan untuk menentukan kelayakan naskah bagi penerbit. Panduan ini membahas pengertian buku pelajaran & diktat, tujuan penulisan buku pelajaran, isi buku pelajaran, sampul buku, bagian pembuka, bagian utama dan bagian penutup serta ketentuan jumlah halaman. Buku Pelajaran (Text book) & Diktat Buku pelajaran adalah bahan/materi pelajaran yang dituangkan secara tertulis dalam bentuk buku dan digunakan sebagai bahan pelajaran (sumber informasi) sebuah mata kuliah bagi mahasiswa dan pengajar susuai dengan kebutuhan lapangan/industry dan tuntutan perkembangan teknologi dan atau kurikulum. Diktat adalah catatan tertulis suatu bidang studi yang disiapkan oleh guru/dosen untuk mempermudah pengayaan materi pelajaran atau bidang studi yang dibahas dalam proses pembelajaran (Ilvandri, 2011). Diktat yang baik merupakan draft buku ajar yang belum diterbitkan. Tujuan penulisan buku pelajaran a. Menyediakan buku susuai dengan kebutuhan mahasiswa, institusi dan lapangan/ industry serta serta tuntutan perkembangan teknologi atau kurikulum. b. Mendorong penulis/dosen untuk berkreasi dan kreatif membagikan ilmunya kepada masyarakat. c. Mendorong penulis untuk meng-update ilmunya sesuai dengan kriteria tuntutan buku layak terbit mencakup subdstansi, bahasa dan potensi pasar. d. Mendukung penulis untuk menerbitkan buku bila belum terbit. Isi Buku Pelajaran Isi buku pelajaran berupa teori, konsep, formula atau aturan terkini dilengkapi dengan contoh-contoh masalah atau studi kasus serta solusinya. Isi buku harus orsinil dengan merujuk dari berbagai sumber. Informasi tepat, dapat dipercaya dan dipertanggungjawabkan kepada pembaca dan semua pihak terkait. Isi tersusun dengan baik atau dengan alur informasi yang mudah dipahami. Buku pelajaran dan diktat yang baik memenuhi tiga aspek pendidikan yaitu ilmu pengetahuan (knowledge), keterampilan (skills) dan sikap atau perilaku (attitude). Aspek tersebut seperti yang dinyatakan oleh UNESCO (1994) yaitu: Learn to know, Learn to do, Learn to be dan Learn to live together. Ketiga aspek tersebut dipertimbangkan sesuai dengan jenjang pendidikan dan kebutuhan. Sampul Buku Sampul buku bagian depan memuat: a. Judul buku : Judul harus spesifik dan relevan sesuai dengan isi buku dan menggunakan kata-kata kunci dan powerful. b. Nama penulis : Nama penulis ditulis lengkap, tidak menggunakan nama samaran sesuai dengan ketentuan penulis buku ilmiah. c. Logo atau nama penerbit bila sudah diterbitkan...

Replacing Your Gateway Notebook Parts - Gateway Tech Support

Replacing the AC Adapter 3 Plug the power cord into a wall outlet. The power indicator turns on. To connect the AC adapter: 1 Connect the power cord to the AC adapter. Power indicator If the power indicator does not turn on, unplug the adapter from your notebook, then plug it back in. Replace the power cord if it becomes damaged. The replacement cord must be of the same type and voltage rating as the original cord or your notebook may be damaged. Do not attempt to disassemble the AC adapter. The AC adapter has no user-replaceable or user-serviceable parts inside. The AC adapter has dangerous voltages that can cause serious injury or death. Contact Gateway about returning defective AC adapters. Technical Support See the label on the bottom of the notebook for Customer Care information. Safety, Regulatory, and Legal See your user guide for important safety, regulatory, and legal information.. All rights reserved. Gateway, Gateway Country, the Gateway stylized logo, and the black-and-white spot design are trademarks or registered trademarks of Gateway, Inc. in the United States and other countries. All other brands and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. If your notebook is connected to AC power you can change the battery while the notebook is turned on. If your notebook is not plugged into an AC outlet, you must turn the notebook off while changing the battery. Slide the battery release latch, then slide the battery out of the notebook. Locating Components Battery 6 Slide the replacement battery into the notebook until it snaps into place. Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with a battery specifically manufactured for your notebook. Recycle or discard the battery as hazardous waste. 7 Slide the battery lock to the lock position. The battery used in this device may present a fire or chemical burn hazard if mishandled. Do not disassemble, heat above 212°F (100°C), or incinerate. Keep away from children. 8 Turn your notebook over. 9 Plug your notebook into an AC outlet. 10 Open the LCD panel and press the power button. - OR If your notebook is on and is not plugged into an AC outlet, save your work and turn off the notebook. See the label on the bottom of the notebook for Customer Care information. See your user guide for important safety, regulatory, and legal information. Preventing static electricity discharge The components inside your notebook are extremely sensitive to static electricity, also known as electrostatic discharge (ESD)...

Interchange Activities 2012 Draft - Jan 18.cdr

Awareness Understanding Acceptance Participation Our formal education cannot be confined to facts and figures - it must extend to values. And, importantly, that we value the contribution that each of us can make, if allowed to live out our full potential. Simon McKeon Interchange Victoria Patron Interchange Activities is an initiative of Interchange Victoria to create greater awareness about disability and promote more inclusive communities. Interchange Victoria supports its member programs to provide family support and social opportunities for children and young people with a disability. To be part of a community that shares the responsibility for the wellbeing of all, celebrates and promotes difference and strives for inclusiveness. We want a community where all are treated with dignity and respect and have the opportunity to access and participate in activities of their own choice. Interchange supports and enhances all its members to deliver effective, high quality respite and related services to families of people with a disability. Integrity - We are open, honest and accountable in all our practices. Social Justice - We contribute to and work with the broader community to bring about positive changes for individuals and society. We recognise that a fair community means that all people have the right to opportunity and justice and can participate fully in their communities. Quality - We create the environment for the Board, Staff, Volunteers and Partners to excel in the provision of services with standards and systems that support and build on strengths of Interchange. Positive work environment - We value and promote a positive and safe work environment that supports diversity and values individual abilities and contribution. Sustainability - We will aim to maximize our enterprise opportunities and undertake responsible financial management. Until the concept of disability disappears and is replaced by a society that is structured to support everyone’s life relatedness and contribution until that day my life and opportunities and lives of every other person who carries the label ‘disabled’ depends on the goodwill of people in the human service system. Goodwill is no substitute for freedom. Shut Out: The Experience of People with Disabilities and their Families in Australia, 2009 About Interchange Activities Who can do Interchange Activities How best to run Interchange Activities Pre and Post Assessment Hearing Impairment Vision Impairment Intellectual Disability Physical Disability Autism Spectrum Disorders People with a disability want to live in a society where they are treated with respect, dignity and importantly with equality, and not as ‘poor things’ nor merely as recipients of services. Additionally they do not want to be segregated as ‘people with disabilities’. Shut Out: Many of us take for granted the things we are able to do. However everyday activities like catching public transport, working, learning a new skill or going to a local café may be challenging for a person with a disability not so much because of their disability, but because of the attitudes and barriers that make access and inclusion difficult. Most disabilities are acquired and so a disability may touch us or someone we care about at any time. Having an understanding of what disability might mean and appreciating the contribution people with a disability make to the community helps all of us to accept and appreciate diversity and adapt to change if and when it happens...

BRAKE CATALOG - AutoPartSource
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Catalog #2309 Supersedes 2307 BRAKE PADS BRAKE SHOES DISCS & DRUMS SENSORS AutoPartSource This catalog has been prepared with the greatest attention to detail and every effort has been made to assure the accuracy of the information contained in this publication. However, no responsibility can be assumed or accepted as a result of error in specification, as it is the responsibility of the installing mechanic to make sure the proper replacement part is used. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in writing from the publisher. GM Brake Chart For 1982-83 “A” body vehicles, the gross weight must be used to determine the type of brake system on the vehicle (see CHART #1). The gross weight is on the certification label on the inside of the driver’s door. CHART For 1984 and later vehicles, refer to vehicle option label for proper system identification. The label is located in the rear cargo compartment on “A” body vehicles and on the glove box door for light trucks (see CHART #2). JA 1 (light duty) Passenger Car Gas Passenger Car Gas JA 2 (heavy duty) JA 3 (heavy duty wagon) Passenger Car Gas Passenger Car Gas JA 8 (medium duty)...

Rules for working in a biochemistry laboratory - Department of ...

Semmelweis University Department of Medical Biochemistry Laboratory Manual. Rules for Working in a Biochemistry Laboratory RULES FOR WORKING IN A BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY There are two major concerns to considered when working in a biochemistry laboratory. First is safety: this can never be overemphasized. General guidelines for safety are discussed below. The second is efficiency in the laboratory work. Although the latter very much depends on the individuals doing the experiments, there are general rules students are advised to follow: 1. keep the benches and shelves clean and well-organized 2. avoid contaminating the chemicals; use only clean glassware and spatulas; label glassware in use, 3. plan your experiments before starting to carry them out, 4. pay attention to others in the laboratory. Students working in a biochemistry laboratory must always be aware that the chemicals used are potentially toxic, irritating and flammable. Such chemicals are hazards, however, only when they are mishandled. Students who come to the laboratory session must have a complete understanding of the laboratory procedures to carry out and be familiar with both the physical and chemical properties of chemicals and reagents to be used. Since the carelessness on the part of one student can often cause injury to other students, one must have a special concern for the safety of classmates. Students must be familiar with general safety pratices, facilities and emergency action. I. Safety rules in general 1. Do not work alone in the laboratory. 2. Unauthorized experiments are not allowed. 3. Eating, drinking and smoking in the laboratory are strictly prohibited. 4. Become familiar with the location and the use of standard safety features in the laboratory. The laboratory is equipped with fire extinguishers, eye washes, safety showers, fume hoods and first-aid kits. Any question regarding the use of these facilities should be addressed to your instructor. 5. Special care for eye protection is required. Safety glasses must be used when certain procedures are being carried out. The instructor will call the students' attention to those procedures. The use of contact lenses is not recommended, since they reduce the rate of self-cleansing of the eye. Semmelweis University Department of Medical Biochemistry Laboratory Manual. Rules for Working in a Biochemistry Laboratory i. Special safety rules 1. While heating a solution one should make sure not to overheat it; therefore, vigorous mixing of the solution by shaking or stirring is required. The mouth of the glassware containing the solution to be heated should never be pointed toward anyone. 2. Handling of strong acids and bases requires special attention. When diluting concentrated acids, the acid should be poured into the water and never the opposite. 3. The pipets should never be filled with solutions of toxic substances, biological fluids, strong acids and bases by mouth suction. Use either automatic pipets or pipet pumps. 4. Volatile liquids and solids that are toxic or irritating should be handled under fume hoods. 5. While handling flammable liquids such as ether, alcohols, benzene, naked flame (burners, matches) must not be in use. The above liquids must not be stored near radiating heat sources, such as the laboratory oven. 6. Before using electrical appliances, make sure they are grounded. 7. Flasks with flat-bottoms or thin walls should not be dessicated. 8. Before leaving the laboratory, electrical equiment should be turned off, and gas burners extinguished. No tap water should be left running. iii. Rules to follow in the case of accidents and injuries Chemical splatters into the eye. First the eyelid should be opened by using the thumb and the pointing finger. Then, by using the eye wash kit, the eye should be rinsed with large amounts of water. When an acid or alkaline solution gets into eye, the eye should be rinsed with 1 % NaHCO3 or 1 % boric acid, respectively. The victim should be taken to the doctor as soon as possible. Burning. The burned spot on the skin should not be treated with water; rather, a special bandage should be used. See doctor if necessary. Poisoning. Prompt medical treatement should be obtained. All injuries and accidents must be reported to the instructor...

Elanco Announces Comfortis® (spinosad) for Cats and Small Dogs ...

Elanco A division of Eli Lilly and Company PO Box 708 Greenfield, IN 46140 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 24, 2012 CONTACT: Ted McKinney (Elanco) – 317-407-9596 Sharon Polk (McCormick Company) – 816-584-8444 Elanco Announces Comfortis® (spinosad) for Cats and Small Dogs Oral flea control now approved for cats 2 lbs and greater and dogs 3.3 lbs and greater ® GREENFIELD, Ind. – Comfortis (spinosad), the month-long flavored tablet that has been protecting dogs from fleas since 2007 has now been approved for use in cats and smaller dogs. As a result of the recent FDA approval, Comfortis can now be used in cats and kittens greater than 2 lbs and 14 weeks and older. In addition, our new 90 mg tablet will allow veterinarians to prescribe Comfortis for smaller dogs 3.3-4.9 lbs and 14 weeks and older. “Veterinarians have been requesting that Comfortis be approved in cats and smaller dogs since it launched,” said Dr. Stephen Connell, director, technical, academic and consumer services at Elanco Companion Animal Health. “We listened. We expect veterinarians as well as cat and small dog owners around the country will be pleased since Comfortis, with its excellent efficacy, can now be used in a larger number of patients.” Comfortis: • Starts killing fleas in 30 minutes • Kills fleas before they lay eggs • Lasts a full month • Can’t be washed, rubbed or groomed off “Comfortis is ideal for pet owners who have an immediate need for flea control due to its fast speed of kill,” Connell added. “It is also a solution for pet owners who are concerned about their children or other pets being exposed to topicals, have pets that are bathed or groomed frequently, or are concerned about topicals rubbing off on furniture and carpeting.” In addition to providing effective flea control, Comfortis features product tracking, designed to help keep Comfortis within the context of the veterinary/client/patient relationship. Every box and carton of Comfortis can be tracked from manufacturer to distributor to clinic. Even more, Elanco proactively purchases products found in non-veterinary channels and investigates the source of diverted products; monitors abnormal clinic purchasing activity; and constantly evaluates new ways to identify and stop diverters. More than 400 veterinarians have been permanently banned from purchasing Elanco companion animal products as a result of being caught diverting products. With this FDA approval, Comfortis is labeled for use in both cats and dogs. The new 90 mg tablet for cats (24 lbs) and dogs (3.3-4.9 lbs) is now available to veterinarians. Veterinarians seeking more information about Comfortis may contact their Elanco representative, distributor representative, or call 888-545-5973. Important Safety Information For cats: The most common adverse reaction recorded in clinical trials was vomiting. Other adverse reactions were: lethargy, decreased appetite, weight loss, and diarrhea. Use with caution with concomitant extra-label use of ivermectin. For dogs: The most common adverse reaction reported is vomiting. Other adverse reactions reported in decreasing order of frequency are: depression/lethargy, decreased appetite, incoordination, diarrhea, itching, trembling, excessive salivation and seizures. Following concomitant extra-label use of ivermectin with Comfortis, some dogs have experienced the following clinical signs: trembling/twitching, salivation/drooling, seizures, ataxia, mydriasis, blindness and disorientation. Post-approval experience continues to support the safety of Comfortis when used concurrently with heartworm preventatives according to label directions. For product label, including complete safety information see attached PDF or visit comfortis.com. About Elanco Elanco is a global, innovation-driven company that develops and markets products to improve animal health production in more than 75 countries. Elanco Companion Animal Health enables veterinarians to help pets live longer, healthier, higher-quality lives through innovative, safe and effective products; product, technical and case management support; economic value; and support of the important bond between humans, pets and their veterinarians. More information is available at elanco...

Mounting & Sighting-In Eliminator™ LaserScope User's Guide - Burris

Eliminator™ LaserScope User’s Guide The Eliminator LaserScope is the most innovative and effective hunting riflescope in the world. Burris combined outstanding optics with pinpoint laser rangefinding and precision trajectory compensation for the exact ammunition you choose for your hunt. In one fast sequence, the Eliminator ranges the distance to your trophy, calculates the drop of your projectile at that distance, and displays the exact aiming point as a single red dot on the reticle. It eliminates most of the variables and guesswork that often cause hunters to go home empty handed. The Eliminator LaserScope is in a league of its own. No other riflescope combines this level of quality, technology, accuracy, repeatability and effectiveness. It will greatly increase the distance at which you can make an ethical shot. Congratulations, and thank you for choosing the Eliminator by Burris. Mounting & Sighting-In Mounting The Eliminator™ LaserScope 7. With both Hex Nuts slightly loosened, push the scope forward and then firmly tighten both rear and front Hex Nuts. 1. Select a Weaver-style or Picatinny-style mounting base. If a two-piece base is selected for a long action bolt rifle, the front base should be a reversible (extension) base which will need to be mounted with the extension directed rearward. We recommend the use of Burris XTB Bases (Xtreme Tactical Bases) as they were also designed with the special mounting considerations of the Eliminator LaserScope. Eyepiece Focusing 2. Read the manufacturer’s directions regarding the installation of mounts before beginning. 2. If the reticle is not in sharp focus, rotate the eyepiece focus ring until the reticle appears in sharp focus. Double check your focus by taking quick glances through the scope and make any fine tuning adjustments as necessary. 1. Aim the Eliminator LaserScope in a safe direction toward the sky or a light colored wall. Glance through the scope and notice if the reticle is sharply focused. Most users will find that no adjustment is necessary. 3. Clean the mounting area of the rifle with a chemical that removes grease and oil. Pay special attention to screw holes. Using the same chemical, clean the mounts. Do not allow the cleaning chemical to come in contact with the stock or scope lenses. Sighting In Do all shooting in a safe, authorized area. Use proper eye and hearing protection and follow all safe shooting rules. Select the ammunition you intend to use in the field and use it to sight in the firearm. 4. After installing the base(s), position the scope so it offers the proper eye relief. To do this, shoulder the rifle as you would in the field. Position the scope as far forward as possible while achieving a full field of view. 1. Bore sight your scope, OR place a target about two feet square at 25 yards. Fire a shot at the bullseye. Make the necessary adjustments to the Windage and Elevation knobs. Remember, a scope with a click adjustment value of 1/4 inch at 100 yards will require four clicks to move the same 1/4 inch distance at 25 yards. Burris scopes have the click value indicated on a label under one of the adjustment caps. LaserScopeTM Rail (rear) Rear Mount Base 2. Make adjustments on the scope by turning the adjusting screws the necessary number of clicks. NOTE: The reticle (crosshair) is centered at the factory. This permits adjusting the reticle equally in all directions from the center position. Three shot groups are suggested to determine the actual point of impact. 5. Align one of the rear slots in the Eliminator Rail with one of the slots in the rear mount base and then install the Mount Clamps and Mount Bolt as illustrated below. At this point just finger tighten the Hex Nut. 6. Install the front Mount Bolt through one of the slots in the front base as shown and finger tighten the Hex Nut. Mount Bolt 3. After the first group is fired, adjust the scope again. This adjustment should bring the approximate center of the group to coincide with the bullseye. Shoot additional groups as necessary. 4. Place the target at your desired sight-in distance of either 100 or 200 yards. Make the necessary adjustments so your group coincides with the bullseye. Mount Clamp Hex Nut 5. Align the dial to read “0” without allowing the silver knob to turn. 6. After making the adjustments, replace the adjustment caps. They protect your scope from dust and moisture. 1 ELIMINATOR™ LASERSCOPE OPERATION Elevation Adjustment Elevation Adjustment Eyepiece Focus Ring Windage Adjustment Battery Cover Windage Adjustment Main Switch Remote Control Receiver Setup Button (detail below) 1. Battery Installation or Replacement Unload the gun. Use a coin or screwdriver to unscrew the battery cap screw on the top, rear of the scope, just in front of the eye piece. Install a lithium CR2 battery. Reinstall the battery cover. NOTE: A sticker on the underside of the battery contains basic set-up instructions. Remote Control Receiver points of a conventional Burris Ballistic Plex reticle. You can pick the correct dot for the range and make the shot – OR go to the next section to program your specific cartridge’s trajectory curve, which allows the Eliminator LaserScope to provide you ONLY the holdover point, for whatever yardage is displayed. Battery Cover If the scope fails to get an accurate range reading, it will display a line of three flashing bars. CR2 Battery Remote Transmitter: The LaserScope comes with a Remote Transmitter to make ranging more convenient. Position the Remote Transmitter on the fore end of a rifle as shown below. It can also be positioned on the Objective Bell of the LaserScope. The LaserScope is Remote-capable for a full 11/2 hours every time the Main Switch is depressed. Remote Transmitter must be located in this area (on either side of the LaserScope) within 20 inches of the Remote Receiver 2. LaserScope Battery Life: Battery life is nominally rated at 5000 cycles. This will vary depending on the quality of the battery and the temperatures at which the unit is operated. Batteries lose a good deal of their power potential in colder temperatures. Battery: Full Battery: Half Carry a spare Battery: Low Replace the battery Remote Transmitter Battery: Common CR2025 battery. Battery life is nominally rated at 5000 cycles. To change, using a finger nail or small screwdriver, pry the back over off of the Remote. For removal, the battery must be tilted and slid out of the holder. Reverse the process for installation of the new battery and snap the back over onto the Remote. 3. Start the electronics Press the main switch button on the left side of the scope, just behind the Burris logo. Look through the scope. It should show two things: the yards(Y) or meters(M) indication illuminated along with the battery status indicator. The indicators will stay on for 1½ minutes. 5. Set Up the Eliminator For Your Specific Cartridge First decision - What Units do you want to work in, Yards or Meters? Y/M 4. Use as a conventional laser ranging scope Second decision - Do you want to zero at 100 or 200 Yards / Meters? Start the electronics and aim at a target. Press either the left side button again or the Remote Activation Switch. The scope will display the horizontal range to your target at the top and also display 5 illuminated dots along the lower cross hair post. These 5 illuminated dots correspond to aiming points on the versatile Ballistic Plex. (Unless a Ballistic Table has been previously set.) Info Needed - Drop in inches of your cartridge at 500 Yards if you zero at 100 Yards (Drop Number). There are several ways to determine your Drop Number: 1. For factory loads this Guide shows the drop number for most of the currently available factory ammo. See pages 4-7. 2. Factory ammo web sites sometimes provide this information. 3. The drop number may appear on the ammo box. 4. Ballistics Software Programs 5. Actual shooting at 100 yards and at 500 yards. 6. Burris website-www.burrisoptics.com The range displayed is the horizontal distance to the target. The Eliminator LaserScope has a built-in angle sensor and it converts the actual distance to horizontal distance. The horizontal distance is mostly what affects a bullet’s trajectory so no matter what the uphill or downhill angle, the Eliminator automatically calculates the distance to use for aiming point selection. The five dots are the hold No matter what units you chose to work in (yards or meters), and no matter what distance you intend to Zero at, the Ballistic Table is selected based on drop at 500 Yards when zeroed at 100 Yards. Your 3 digit Ballistic Table will begin with a “1” if you intend to sight-in at 100 yards/meters or a “2” if you intend to sight-in at 200 yards/meters. This number is followed by your Drop Number which will vary between 25 and 63. The complete Ballistic Table will be a number between 125 and 163 or 225 and 263. 2 Eliminator Essentials 1. The trajectory compensation feature is calibrated for use only on 12x magnification. 2. The center crosshair must be used for ranging. 3. An illuminated aiming dot will remain lit for approximately 80 seconds. If you fail to shoot before the dot goes out, you will need to re-range using the center crosshair. 4. There can be several possible causes that result in the Eliminator’s inability to determine the distance to a target including: Nearby obstacles between the scope and the target such as grass, twigs, or leaves; Rain, snow, mist or other airborne debris; Dirty objective lens; Poor target quality for reflecting the laser back to the scope coupled with long distances; Low battery. 5. If you have programmed the scope for a particular cartridge, and the range to the target cannot be determined, the scope will display three horizontal lines in the yards/meters area, and five illuminated dots that serve as a ‘custom’ Ballistic Plex that is accurately calibrated to your cartridge. 6. If the Eliminator ever seems to be working improperly, there is a good chance that it needs a new battery. First, simply disconnect the existing battery and reinstall and check for function. If this doesn’t solve the issue, install a new battery. There are four arrows on the Setup button on the right side of the scope. These are used only for programming. They have no function during normal use of the scope. Enter Set-Up Mode 1. Turn on the scope. 2. Then press and hold the Main Switch button and the Forward Arrow on the Setup button (at the same time) for six seconds. Looking through the scope, you will see a change in the display. Release the two buttons when the display changes. This is called “Setup Mode”. First a number appears for two seconds. That number is the firmware version. Next the display shows the currently selected (Y)ards or (M)eters and Ballistic Table. On new scopes the reading will be “Y 000” which is the default table. If a Ballistic Table has been previously selected, the designation for that Table is displayed. Firmware version Technical Notes Default setting Fine Tuning and Altitude Ammo makers generally state their bullet drop numbers at sea level. Very generally, big game hunting bullets drop at 500 yards about ½ inch less for each additional 1000 feet of elevation. So, if you going to hunt at 6,000 feet elevation and your ammo box says you should have 40 inches of drop at 500 yards with a 100 yard zero, then you would want to select the Ballistic Number 37 instead of 40. Our website www.burrisoptics.com contains charts showing more specific altitude adjustments for each cartridge. Other ballistics software programs can also provide you even more precise information. Last setting 3. With the currently selected table disM played you have 30 seconds to click the Forward Arrow button to enter the Select or Change Meters Ballistic Table select mode. The “T” (for table select) is lit steady, the Unit (Y or M) is flashing. Press the Up Arrow to select Y (yards) or the Down Arrow to select M (meters). When you have the Select or Change Yards measurement unit you want flashing, press and release the Forward Arrow button to select your choice. 4. The “T” is still on steady, your unit is on and steady, your first numeric digit is flashing, and the other two are out. Select your Zero Distance - 0 (= default table only), 1 (= 100 Yards/Meters), or 2 (= 200Yards/Meters). Press the Up Arrow to increase the number or the Down Arrow to decrease it. When your preferred sight-in distance is displayed (flashing), press and release the Forward Arrow button. Depending on the exact ammo performance, your gun’s barrel length, the elevation, and any extreme temperatures, you might need to increase or decrease your Ballistic Table by a couple of digits for exacting performance. Ballistics software programs are of great benefit to get you close, but nothing beats firing five shot groups with the actual ammo at 500 yards to provide you with the most precise information possible in order to perfectly program your Eliminator Laserscope. Extreme Range Shooting (Beyond 500 yards) The factors that influence a bullet in flight at extreme range are many and their relationships are complex. Set Zero Distance (1 or 2) The BC (Ballistic Coefficient) of your bullet is a factor that describes how fast the bullet slows down. The ACTUAL BC of a bullet and the PUBLISHED BC can be different and can affect your Ballistic Table. In developing the simple-to-use programming, Burris leaned more towards the premium ammunition with premium bullets. For all practical purposes, from 100 to 500 yards, the way the Eliminator Laserscope works there exists very little bullet flight error from one bullet to another. The BC values of most available bullets are on our website. However, going beyond 500 yards, there can be sizable differences in actual point of impact depending on the BC of the bullet you are using. The chart on page 8 lists the actual BC numbers used for each Ballistic Table. To take full and simple advantage of The Eliminator Laserscope for shooting beyond 500 yards, one would be wise to use a bullet that closely matches the values we represent in the chart. Also, when the Eliminator Laserscope gets a distance reading that is beyond the capability of the reticle’s drop compensation, the bottom four dots will light up signifying to you that the target is beyond the reticle’s capability. Complete the Ballistic Table with your Drop Number 5. The last two numbers (for your Drop Number or Ballistic Table) should be flashing. Press the Up Arrow to increase the number, or the Down Arrow to decrease it. When the Drop Number you want is displayed (flashing), press and release the Back Arrow button to exit the Set-Up mode. 6. You are ready to go shooting. Re-zero the gun if neccessary at your selected sight-in distance. Then verify point of impact by actual shooting at 500 yards. Depending on the exact ammo performance, your gun’s barrel length, the elevation, and any extreme temperatures, you might need to increase or decrease your Ballistic Table by a couple of digits for exacting performance. Specifications Your programming is stored in the scope no matter the condition of your battery and it will still remember your programming with no battery at all. Operating Temperature: +14o to +122o fahrenheit -10o to +50o celsius Ballistic Table Y157 means: (Y)ards, 100Yard Zero, a cartridge with 57 inches of drop at 500 yards when zeroed at 100 yards. 3 Storage Temperature: -13o to +158o fahrenheit -25o to +70o degrees celsius Effective Range: Deer: 50 yards to 550 yards Reflective Target: 50 yards to 800 yards Understanding The Ballistic Table Display: Ballistic Table M234 means: (M)eters, 200Meter Zero, a cartridge with 34 inches of drop at 500 yard when zeroed at 100 yards. Ranging Accuracy: Less than 100 yards: +/-1 yard 100 - 550 yards: +/-2 yards More than 550 yards: +/-3 yards Cartridge 17 Rem. 17 Rem. 17 Rem. Fireball 17 Rem. Fireball 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 220 Swift 220 Swift 220 Swift 220 Swift 220 Swift 220 Swift 220 Swift 220 Swift 220 Swift 222 Rem. 222 Rem. 222 Rem. 222 Rem. 222 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. Brand Rem. AccuTip Rem. Rifle Rem. AccuTip Rem. UMC Rem. AccuTip Win. Supreme Fed. V-SHOK Hornady Varmint Win. Super-X Fed. V-SHOK Rem. AccuTip Hornady Varmint Hornady Varmint Fed. V-SHOK Hornady Varmint Win. Super-X Rem. Rifle Hornady Varmint Fed. V-SHOK Hornady Varmint Hornady Varmint Hornady Custom Hornady Varmint Fed. V-SHOK Hornady Varmint Rem. AccuTip Fed. POWER-SHOK Hornady Varmint Hornady Varmint Fed. V-SHOK Rem. Varmint Rem. UMC Hornady Varmint Hornady Varmint Rem. AccuTip Rem. UMC Win. Supreme Hornady Varmint Hornady Varmint Rem. Rifle Fed. V-SHOK Fed. V-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Hornady Custom Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Super-X Hornady Varmint Hornady Varmint Fed. V-SHOK Rem. UMC Rem. AccuTip Fed. Am Eagle Fed. Am Eagle Rem. UMC Win. Supreme Hornady Match Win. Super-X Hornady Tactical Hornady Varmint Hornady Varmint Rem. AccuTip Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. Am Eagle Fed. POWER-SHOK Rem. Rifle Fed. V-SHOK Rem. Power-Lokt Rem. Rifle Fed. V-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Rem. UMC Win. Supreme Wt 20 25 20 25 32 32 32 32 34 39 40 40 45 40 40 50 50 50 52 55 55 60 40 40 50 50 50 40 40 43 45 45 50 50 50 50 50 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 60 60 64 40 40 40 45 50 50 50 50 50 53 53 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 “100 Zero, Drop 500 Yard Number. Bullet Adv Vel Drop” Ballistic Table AccuTip-V 4250 -35.5 36 HP 4040 -40.0 40 AccuTip-V 4000 -41.5 42 UMC Jacketed HP 3850 -43.7 44 AccuTip-V 4225 -31.8 32 Ballistic Silvertip 4050 -36.0 36 Nosler Ballistic Tip 4030 -36.2 36 V-MAX 4225 -31.8 32 Hollow Point 4025 -46.1 46 Sierra BlitzKing 3750 -34.0 34 AccuTip-V Boat Tail 3900 -31.5 32 V-MAX 3900 -31.5 32 SP 3625 -41.1 41 Nosler Ballistic Tip 4250 -30.1 30 V-MAX w/Moly 4200 -33.8 34 Pointed Soft Point 3870 -41.6 42 PSP 3780 -51.2 51 V-MAX w/Moly 3850 -35.7 36 Sierra MatchKing BTHP 3830 -38.5 38 V-MAX 3680 -38.4 38 V-MAX w/Moly 3680 -38.4 38 HP 3600 -39.6 40 V-MAX 3600 -50.1 50 Nosler Ballistic Tip 3450 -50.3 50 V-MAX w/Moly 3140 -59.5 60 AccuTip-V Boat Tail 3140 -59.5 60 Soft Point 3140 -63.8 64 V-MAX 4150 -34.8 35 V-MAX w/Moly 4150 -34.8 35 Speer TNT Green 4000 -53.6 54 Iron-Tin Core HP 4000 -49.1 49 UMC Jacketed HP 4000 -44.8 45 V-MAX 3800 -36.9 37 V-MAX w/Moly 3800 -36.9 37 AccuTip-V Boat Tail 3800 -36.9 37 UMC Jacketed HP 3820 -44.9 45 Ballistic Silvertip 3810 -37.1 37 V-MAX 3680 -38.4 38 V-MAX w/Moly 3680 -38.4 38 PSP 3680 -48.1 48 Sierra BlitzKing 3625 -38.0 38 Sierra GameKing BTHP 3650 -39.7 40 Soft Point 3650 -43.5 43 Ballistic Silvertip 3680 -37.2 37 Pointed Soft Point 3680 -48.1 48 SP 3530 -41.6 42 Nosler Partition 3500 -48.1 48 Power-Point 3500 -44.1 44 V-MAX 3800 -43.6 44 V-MAX w/Moly 3800 -43.6 44 Nosler Ballistic Tip 3700 -42.3 42 UMC Jacketed HP 3550 -61.0 61 AccuTip-V Boat Tail 3410 -48.4 48 JHP 3325 -59.8 60 JHP 3325 -59.8 60 UMC Jacketed HP 3425 -59.3 59 Ballistic Silvertip 3410 -49.0 49 HP W/C 3330 -56.2 56 Hollow Point 3330 -55.0 55 TAP-FPD 3240 -52.8 53 V-MAX 3240 -52.8 53 V-MAX w/Moly 3240 -52.8 53 AccuTip-V 3240 -52.8 53 Barnes TSX 3200 -62.9 63 FMJ-BT 3240 -51.2 51 FMJ-BT 3240 -51.2 51 Metal Case 3240 -64.8 65 Nosler Ballistic Tip 3240 -51.2 51 Power-Lokt HP 3240 -62.6 63 PSP 3240 -66.5 66 Sierra GameKing BTHP 3240 -53.3 53 Soft Point 3240 -59.2 59 UMC Metal Case 3240 -64.8 65 Ballistic Silvertip 3240 -51.1 51 Cartridge 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 WSSM 223 WSSM 223 WSSM 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 WSSM 243 WSSM 243 WSSM 243 WSSM 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 25 WSSM 25 WSSM 25 WSSM 25 WSSM 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 4 Brand Win. Super-X Hornady Tactical Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Rifle Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Fed. Am Eagle Fusion Fed. POWER-SHOK Win. Super-X Rem. Match Fed. GOLD MEDAL Hornady Match Hornady Tactical Rem. Match Fed. GOLD MEDAL Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Win. Super-X Fed. V-SHOK Win. Supreme Hornady Varmint Fed. V-SHOK Hornady Custom Rem. AccuTip Rem. Copper Solid Rem. Power-Lokt Rem. Rifle Fed. POWER-SHOK Win. Super-X Hornady LM Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Scirocco Hornady Custom Hornady LM Rem. AccuTip Fusion Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Hornady Custom Hornady LM Rem. Core-Lokt Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Win. Super-X Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Fed. POWER-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Hornady Custom Hornady Custom Hornady LM Rem. Core-Lokt Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Win. Super-X Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Fed. V-SHOK Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Core-Lokt Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Supreme Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Fed. VITAL-SHOK Wt 55 60 60 62 62 62 62 64 64 69 69 75 75 77 77 55 55 64 55 55 58 70 75 75 80 80 80 80 80 85 85 85 90 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 55 95 95 100 80 85 95 100 100 100 100 100 100 85 110 115 120 85 85 90 100 100 100 110 115 115 Bullet Pointed Soft Point TAP-FPD Nosler Partition Closed Tip Flat Base Core-Lokt Ultra Bond FMJ-BT Fusion Soft Point Power-Point MatchKing BTHP Sierra MatchKing BTHP BTHP Match TAP-FPD MatchKing BTHP Sierra MatchKing BTHP Ballistic Silvertip Pointed Soft Point Power-Point Nosler Ballistic Tip Ballistic Silvertip V-MAX w/Moly Nosler Ballistic Tip HP AccuTip-V Boat Tail Copper Solid Tipped Power-Lokt HP PSP Soft Point Pointed Soft Point InterBond Barnes TSX Sierra GameKing BTHP Swift Scirocco Bonded SST InterLock SST Interlock AccuTip Fusion Nosler Ballistic Tip Ballistic Silvertip XP3 BTSP InterLock BTSP InterLock Core-Lokt PSP Core-Lokt Ultra Bond Nosler Partition Sierra GameKing BTSP Soft Point Power-Point Ballistic Silvertip Ballistic Silvertip XP3 Power-Point Soft Point Barnes TSX SST InterLock BTSP Interlock BTSP InterLock Core-Lokt PSP Nosler Partition Soft Point Power-Point Ballistic Silvertip AccuBond CT Ballistic Silvertip Positive Exp. Point Nosler Ballistic Tip Ballistic Silvertip Positive Exp. Point Barnes TSX Core-Lokt PSP Nosler Ballistic Tip AccuBond CT Core-Lokt Ultra Bond Nosler Partition “100 Zero, Drop 500 Yard Number. Adv Vel Drop” Ballistic Table 3240 -66.5 66 3115 -56.5 56 3160 -61.3 61 3100 -57.9 58 3100 -63.2 63 3020 -55.7 56 3000 -55.6 56 3050 -61.4 61 3020 -62.6 63 3000 -53.5 53 2950 -59.6 60 2790 -58.8 59 2790 -58.8 59 2788 -61.4 61 2720 -64.4 64 3850 -32.5 32 3850 -36.8 37 3600 -43.5 44 3850 -32.4 32 3910 -31.2 31 3750 -37.2 37 3450 -40.0 40 3340 -44.4 44 3375 -40.5 40 3350 -43.6 44 3350 -48.6 49 3350 -48.6 49 3330 -39.8 40 3350 -48.6 49 3175 -43.0 43 3200 -46.3 46 3300 -44.0 44 3120 -45.2 45 2950 -54.1 54 3100 -48.0 48 3120 -47.2 47 2980 -51.3 51 3025 -49.7 50 3100 -45.4 45 3100 -44.8 45 2960 -50.4 50 3100 -45.1 45 2960 -53.6 54 2960 -52.4 52 2850 -56.7 57 2960 -49.3 49 2960 -53.2 53 2960 -53.6 54 4060 -28.4 28 3150 -43.6 44 3150 -43.1 43 3110 -47.5 48 3400 -37.6 38 3350 -41.4 41 3100 -48.0 48 3100 -45.1 45 3250 -40.2 40 3100 -47.9 48 3100 -46.0 46 3100 -47.8 48 3100 -47.9 48 3470 -37.6 38 3100 -44.4 44 3060 -44.8 45 2990 -53.3 53 3550 -35.5 35 3470 -37.6 38 3440 -45.0 45 3210 -41.1 41 3230 -48.5 48 3220 -41.4 41 3100 -44.4 44 3000 -50.3 50 3030 -48.0 48 Cartridge 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 257 Roberts 257 Roberts 257 Roberts +P 260 Rem. 260 Rem. 260 Rem. 260 Rem. 260 Rem. 260 Rem. 260 Rem. 264 Win. Mag. 264 Win. Mag. 270 Wby Mag 270 Wby Mag 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM Brand Win. Supreme Hornady Custom Hornady LM Hornady Custom Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Rem. Core-Lokt Fusion Win. Super-X Hornady Custom Hornady LM Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. AccuTip Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fusion Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Core-Lokt Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Core-Lokt Win. Super-X Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Rifle Fed. VITAL-SHOK Hornady Custom Hornady Custom Hornady LM Hornady Custom Hornady Custom Rem. AccuTip Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Bronze Pt Rem. Copper Solid Rem. Core-Lokt Fusion Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Rem. Scirocco Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Win. Super-X Win. Supreme Hornady Custom Hornady LM Hornady Custom Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. A-Frame Win. Supreme Hornady Custom Fusion Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Super-X Win. Supreme Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Supreme Rem. Core-Lokt Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Supreme Fusion Wt 115 117 117 117 117 117 120 120 120 117 117 120 120 120 120 120 140 140 140 140 140 130 130 100 110 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 110 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 140 140 150 Bullet Ballistic Silvertip BTSP InterLock BTSP InterLock SST InterLock Sierra GameKing BTSP Speer Hot-Cor SP Core-Lokt PSP Fusion Positive Exp. Point BTSP InterLock SST InterLock Nosler Partition AccuTip Boat Tail Barnes TSX Fusion Nosler Ballistic Tip Core-Lokt PSP Core-Lokt Ultra Bond Sierra GameKing BTSP Core-Lokt PSP Power-Point Barnes TTSX Trophy Bonded Tip PSP Barnes Tipped TSX GMX InterBond InterBond SP InterLock SST InterLock AccuTip Boat Tail Barnes TSX Bronze Point Copper Solid Tipped Core-Lokt PSP Fusion Nosler Ballistic Tip Nosler Partition Sierra GameKing BTSP Soft Point Swift Scirocco Bonded Trophy Bonded Tip Trophy Bonded Tip Ballistic Silvertip E-Tip Power-Point Silvertip XP3 BTSP InterLock BTSP InterLock SST InterLock Core-Lokt Ultra Bond Nosler AccuBond Swift A-Frame PSP AccuBond CT SP InterLock Fusion Nosler Partition Sierra GameKing BTSP Trophy Bonded Tip Power-Point XP3 Barnes TTSX Barnes TTSX Nosler Ballistic Tip Soft Point Trophy Bonded Tip Ballistic Silvertip Core-Lokt Soft Point E-Tip XP3 Nosler AccuBond AccuBond CT Fusion “100 Zero, Drop 500 Yard Number. Adv Vel Drop” Ballistic Table 3060 -44.8 45 2990 -49.9 50 3110 -45.4 45 2990 -50.0 50 3030 -47.1 47 3030 -50.0 50 2990 -51.9 52 2980 -46.6 47 2990 -53.3 53 2780 -59.5 59 2940 -52.1 52 2800 -58.3 58 2890 -49.9 50 2930 -52.6 53 2950 -51.7 52 2950 -49.7 50 2750 -58.3 58 2750 -57.2 57 2700 -61.7 62 3030 -48.8 49 3030 -48.8 49 3200 -40.7 41 3200 -40.7 41 3320 -50.1 50 3400 -36.9 37 3060 -44.2 44 3060 -44.2 44 3215 -39.3 39 3060 -46.4 46 3060 -44.2 44 3060 -44.7 45 3060 -45.1 45 3060 -48.4 48 3060 -45.4 45 3060 -51.0 51 3050 -47.2 47 3060 -45.1 45 3060 -45.9 46 3060 -45.1 45 3060 -48.6 49 3060 -45.3 45 3060 -45.1 45 3200 -40.7 41 3050 -45.6 46 3050 -44.6 45 3060 -48.4 48 3060 -51.0 51 3050 -45.5 46 2940 -47.7 48 3100 -42.0 42 2940 -47.4 47 2925 -54.9 55 2950 -47.0 47 2925 -56.6 57 2950 -47.8 48 2840 -52.7 53 2850 -51.4 51 2830 -53.4 53 2830 -52.4 52 2830 -52.4 52 2850 -59.8 60 2950 -46.8 47 3500 -34.5 35 3280 -38.0 38 3300 -37.4 37 3250 -41.9 42 3280 -38.0 38 3275 -38.4 38 3285 -42.8 43 3275 -37.5 38 3275 -38.3 38 3200 -38.6 39 3200 -39.3 39 3080 -42.0 42 Cartridge 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 284 Win. 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. SAUM 7mm Rem. SAUM 7mm Rem. SAUM 7mm Rem. UM 7mm Rem. UM 7mm Rem.UM PL-I 7mm Rem.UM PL-II 7mm Rem.UM PL-III 7mm STW 7mm Wby Mag 7mm Wby Mag 7mm WSM 5 Brand Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Win. Supreme Hornady Custom Hornady LM Rem. AccuTip Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Core-Lokt Fusion Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Supreme Rem. Core-Lokt Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Super-X Fed. VITAL-SHOK Hornady Custom Hornady Custom Hornady Custom Hornady HM Hornady HM Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. AccuTip Rem. Copper Solid Rem. Core-Lokt Rem. Core-Lokt Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Fusion Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Rem. AccuTip Rem. Core-Lokt Rem. Scirocco Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Hornady Custom Hornady Custom Hornady Custom Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Hornady Custom Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fusion Fed. POWER-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Core-Lokt Win. Super-X Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Rem. Core-Lokt Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Rem. Scirocco Rem. A-Frame Rem. Core-Lokt Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Fed. VITAL-SHOK Hornady Custom Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Wt 150 150 150 150 150 139 139 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 150 150 150 160 150 110 139 139 139 139 139 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 154 154 154 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 162 165 175 175 175 175 175 140 150 160 150 175 140 160 140 160 154 160 140 Bullet Adv Vel Nosler Partition 3100 Trophy Bonded Tip 3100 Ballistic Silvertip 3120 Power-Point 3150 XP3 3120 SST 3000 SST Moly LM Interlock 3110 AccuTip 3000 Barnes TSX 2960 Core-Lokt PSP 3000 Fusion 2990 Nosler Ballistic Tip 2990 Trophy Bonded Tip 2950 Ballistic Silvertip 3040 Core-Lokt PSP 2890 Nosler Partition 2890 Soft Point 2890 Trophy Bonded Tip 2800 Power-Point 2860 Barnes TTSX 3500 BTSP InterLock 3150 GMX 3150 InterBond 3150 InterBond HM w/Moly 3250 SST Moly HM InterLock 3250 Barnes TSX 3120 Nosler AccuBond 3110 Nosler Partition 3150 AccuTip Boat Tail 3175 Copper Solid Tipped 3175 Core-Lokt PSP 3175 Core-Lokt PSP 2710 Core-Lokt Ultra Bond 3175 AccuBond CT 3180 Ballistic Silvertip 3110 E-Tip 3100 Fusion 3050 Nosler Ballistic Tip 3025 Sierra GameKing BTSP 3110 Soft Point 3110 AccuTip Boat Tail 3110 Core-Lokt PSP 3110 Swift Scirocco Bonded 3110 Ballistic Silvertip 3100 Power-Point 3090 InterBond 3035 SP InterLock 3035 SST InterLock 3035 Barnes TSX 2940 Nosler AccuBond 2900 Nosler Partition 2950 Trophy Bonded Tip 2900 Core-Lokt Ultra Bond 2950 AccuBond CT 2950 XP3 2950 BTSP InterLock 2940 Sierra GameKing BTSP 2950 Fusion 2760 Soft Point 2860 Trophy Bear Claw 2750 Core-Lokt PSP 2860 Power-Point 2860 Core-Lokt Ultra Bond 3175 Core-Lokt PSP 3110 Core-Lokt Ultra Bond 2960 Swift Scirocco Bonded 3325 Swift A-Frame PSP 3025 Core-Lokt PSP 3000 Core-Lokt Ultra Bond 2950 Core-Lokt Ultra Bond 3425 Nosler AccuBond 3100 InterBond 3200 Trophy Bonded Tip 3100 Nosler Ballistic Tip 3310 “100 Zero, Drop 500 Yard Number. Drop” Ballistic Table -42.8 43 -42.8 43 -41.1 41 -46.9 47 -40.9 41 -45.5 45 -41.7 42 -45.5 45 -51.2 51 -49.7 50 -46.2 46 -46.2 46 -49.7 50 -44.1 44 -57.7 58 -50.5 51 -52.5 53 -51.8 52 -57.6 58 -35.7 36 -41.5 41 -40.4 40 -40.4 40 -37.5 37 -37.5 37 -45.2 45 -41.6 42 -42.4 42 -39.7 40 -40.2 40 -43.3 43 -63.5 64 -42.4 42 -40.3 40 -42.5 43 -41.7 42 -43.0 43 -44.4 44 -43.2 43 -47.3 47 -40.5 41 -48.2 48 -40.4 40 -41.8 42 -47.2 47 -42.9 43 -46.2 46 -43.1 43 -46.5 47 -47.3 47 -47.9 48 -48.2 48 -50.3 50 -46.5 46 -46.5 46 -46.8 47 -47.9 48 -53.8 54 -53.0 53 -60.0 60 -53.6 54 -53.6 54 -42.4 42 -48.2 48 -50.0 50 -34.4 34 -44.4 44 -48.6 49 -50.4 50 -35.2 35 -40.5 41 -37.8 38 -41.3 41 -35.8 36shown and finger tighten the Hex Nut. Mount Bolt 3. After the first group is fired, adjust the scope again. This adjustment should bring the approximate center of the group to coincide with the bullseye. Shoot additional groups as necessary. 4. Place the target at your desired sight-in distance of either 100 or 200 yards. Make the necessary adjustments so your group coincides with the bullseye. Mount Clamp Hex Nut 5. Align the dial to read “0” without allowing the silver knob to turn. 6. After making the adjustments, replace the adjustment caps. They protect your scope from dust and moisture. 1 ELIMINATOR™ LASERSCOPE OPERATION Elevation Adjustment Elevation Adjustment Eyepiece Focus Ring Windage Adjustment Battery Cover Windage Adjustment Main Switch Remote Control Receiver Setup Button (detail below) 1. Battery Installation or Replacement Unload the gun. Use a coin or screwdriver to unscrew the battery cap screw on the top, rear of the scope, just in front of the eye piece. Install a lithium CR2 battery. Reinstall the battery cover. NOTE: A sticker on the underside of the battery contains basic set-up instructions. Remote Control Receiver points of a conventional Burris Ballistic Plex reticle. You can pick the correct dot for the range and make the shot – OR go to the next section to program your specific cartridge’s trajectory curve, which allows the Eliminator LaserScope to provide you ONLY the holdover point, for whatever yardage is displayed. Battery Cover If the scope fails to get an accurate range reading, it will display a line of three flashing bars. CR2 Battery Remote Transmitter: The LaserScope comes with a Remote Transmitter to make ranging more convenient. Position the Remote Transmitter on the fore end of a rifle as shown below. It can also be positioned on the Objective Bell of the LaserScope. The LaserScope is Remote-capable for a full 11/2 hours every time the Main Switch is depressed. Remote Transmitter must be located in this area (on either side of the LaserScope) within 20 inches of the Remote Receiver 2. LaserScope Battery Life: Battery life is nominally rated at 5000 cycles. This will vary depending on the quality of the battery and the temperatures at which the unit is operated. Batteries lose a good deal of their power potential in colder temperatures. Battery: Full Battery: Half Carry a spare Battery: Low Replace the battery Remote Transmitter Battery: Common CR2025 battery. Battery life is nominally rated at 5000 cycles. To change, using a finger nail or small screwdriver, pry the back over off of the Remote. For removal, the battery must be tilted and slid out of the holder. Reverse the process for installation of the new battery and snap the back over onto the Remote. 3. Start the electronics Press the main switch button on the left side of the scope, just behind the Burris logo. Look through the scope. It should show two things: the yards(Y) or meters(M) indication illuminated along with the battery status indicator. The indicators will stay on for 1½ minutes. 5. Set Up the Eliminator For Your Specific Cartridge First decision - What Units do you want to work in, Yards or Meters? Y/M 4. Use as a conventional laser ranging scope Second decision - Do you want to zero at 100 or 200 Yards / Meters? Start the electronics and aim at a target. Press either the left side button again or the Remote Activation Switch. The scope will display the horizontal range to your target at the top and also display 5 illuminated dots along the lower cross hair post. These 5 illuminated dots correspond to aiming points on the versatile Ballistic Plex. (Unless a Ballistic Table has been previously set.) Info Needed - Drop in inches of your cartridge at 500 Yards if you zero at 100 Yards (Drop Number). There are several ways to determine your Drop Number: 1. For factory loads this Guide shows the drop number for most of the currently available factory ammo. See pages 4-7. 2. Factory ammo web sites sometimes provide this information. 3. The drop number may appear on the ammo box. 4. Ballistics Software Programs 5. Actual shooting at 100 yards and at 500 yards. 6. Burris website-www.burrisoptics.com The range displayed is the horizontal distance to the target. The Eliminator LaserScope has a built-in angle sensor and it converts the actual distance to horizontal distance. The horizontal distance is mostly what affects a bullet’s trajectory so no matter what the uphill or downhill angle, the Eliminator automatically calculates the distance to use for aiming point selection. The five dots are the hold No matter what units you chose to work in (yards or meters), and no matter what distance you intend to Zero at, the Ballistic Table is selected based on drop at 500 Yards when zeroed at 100 Yards. Your 3 digit Ballistic Table will begin with a “1” if you intend to sight-in at 100 yards/meters or a “2” if you intend to sight-in at 200 yards/meters. This number is followed by your Drop Number which will vary between 25 and 63. The complete Ballistic Table will be a number between 125 and 163 or 225 and 263. 2 Eliminator Essentials 1. The trajectory compensation feature is calibrated for use only on 12x magnification. 2. The center crosshair must be used for ranging. 3. An illuminated aiming dot will remain lit for approximately 80 seconds. If you fail to shoot before the dot goes out, you will need to re-range using the center crosshair. 4. There can be several possible causes that result in the Eliminator’s inability to determine the distance to a target including: Nearby obstacles between the scope and the target such as grass, twigs, or leaves; Rain, snow, mist or other airborne debris; Dirty objective lens; Poor target quality for reflecting the laser back to the scope coupled with long distances; Low battery. 5. If you have programmed the scope for a particular cartridge, and the range to the target cannot be determined, the scope will display three horizontal lines in the yards/meters area, and five illuminated dots that serve as a ‘custom’ Ballistic Plex that is accurately calibrated to your cartridge. 6. If the Eliminator ever seems to be working improperly, there is a good chance that it needs a new battery. First, simply disconnect the existing battery and reinstall and check for function. If this doesn’t solve the issue, install a new battery. There are four arrows on the Setup button on the right side of the scope. These are used only for programming. They have no function during normal use of the scope. Enter Set-Up Mode 1. Turn on the scope. 2. Then press and hold the Main Switch button and the Forward Arrow on the Setup button (at the same time) for six seconds. Looking through the scope, you will see a change in the display. Release the two buttons when the display changes. This is called “Setup Mode”. First a number appears for two seconds. That number is the firmware version. Next the display shows the currently selected (Y)ards or (M)eters and Ballistic Table. On new scopes the reading will be “Y 000” which is the default table. If a Ballistic Table has been previously selected, the designation for that Table is displayed. Firmware version Technical Notes Default setting Fine Tuning and Altitude Ammo makers generally state their bullet drop numbers at sea level. Very generally, big game hunting bullets drop at 500 yards about ½ inch less for each additional 1000 feet of elevation. So, if you going to hunt at 6,000 feet elevation and your ammo box says you should have 40 inches of drop at 500 yards with a 100 yard zero, then you would want to select the Ballistic Number 37 instead of 40. Our website www.burrisoptics.com contains charts showing more specific altitude adjustments for each cartridge. Other ballistics software programs can also provide you even more precise information. Last setting 3. With the currently selected table disM played you have 30 seconds to click the Forward Arrow button to enter the Select or Change Meters Ballistic Table select mode. The “T” (for table select) is lit steady, the Unit (Y or M) is flashing. Press the Up Arrow to select Y (yards) or the Down Arrow to select M (meters). When you have the Select or Change Yards measurement unit you want flashing, press and release the Forward Arrow button to select your choice. 4. The “T” is still on steady, your unit is on and steady, your first numeric digit is flashing, and the other two are out. Select your Zero Distance - 0 (= default table only), 1 (= 100 Yards/Meters), or 2 (= 200Yards/Meters). Press the Up Arrow to increase the number or the Down Arrow to decrease it. When your preferred sight-in distance is displayed (flashing), press and release the Forward Arrow button. Depending on the exact ammo performance, your gun’s barrel length, the elevation, and any extreme temperatures, you might need to increase or decrease your Ballistic Table by a couple of digits for exacting performance. Ballistics software programs are of great benefit to get you close, but nothing beats firing five shot groups with the actual ammo at 500 yards to provide you with the most precise information possible in order to perfectly program your Eliminator Laserscope. Extreme Range Shooting (Beyond 500 yards) The factors that influence a bullet in flight at extreme range are many and their relationships are complex. Set Zero Distance (1 or 2) The BC (Ballistic Coefficient) of your bullet is a factor that describes how fast the bullet slows down. The ACTUAL BC of a bullet and the PUBLISHED BC can be different and can affect your Ballistic Table. In developing the simple-to-use programming, Burris leaned more towards the premium ammunition with premium bullets. For all practical purposes, from 100 to 500 yards, the way the Eliminator Laserscope works there exists very little bullet flight error from one bullet to another. The BC values of most available bullets are on our website. However, going beyond 500 yards, there can be sizable differences in actual point of impact depending on the BC of the bullet you are using. The chart on page 8 lists the actual BC numbers used for each Ballistic Table. To take full and simple advantage of The Eliminator Laserscope for shooting beyond 500 yards, one would be wise to use a bullet that closely matches the values we represent in the chart. Also, when the Eliminator Laserscope gets a distance reading that is beyond the capability of the reticle’s drop compensation, the bottom four dots will light up signifying to you that the target is beyond the reticle’s capability. Complete the Ballistic Table with your Drop Number 5. The last two numbers (for your Drop Number or Ballistic Table) should be flashing. Press the Up Arrow to increase the number, or the Down Arrow to decrease it. When the Drop Number you want is displayed (flashing), press and release the Back Arrow button to exit the Set-Up mode. 6. You are ready to go shooting. Re-zero the gun if neccessary at your selected sight-in distance. Then verify point of impact by actual shooting at 500 yards. Depending on the exact ammo performance, your gun’s barrel length, the elevation, and any extreme temperatures, you might need to increase or decrease your Ballistic Table by a couple of digits for exacting performance. Specifications Your programming is stored in the scope no matter the condition of your battery and it will still remember your programming with no battery at all. Operating Temperature: +14o to +122o fahrenheit -10o to +50o celsius Ballistic Table Y157 means: (Y)ards, 100Yard Zero, a cartridge with 57 inches of drop at 500 yards when zeroed at 100 yards. 3 Storage Temperature: -13o to +158o fahrenheit -25o to +70o degrees celsius Effective Range: Deer: 50 yards to 550 yards Reflective Target: 50 yards to 800 yards Understanding The Ballistic Table Display: Ballistic Table M234 means: (M)eters, 200Meter Zero, a cartridge with 34 inches of drop at 500 yard when zeroed at 100 yards. Ranging Accuracy: Less than 100 yards: +/-1 yard 100 - 550 yards: +/-2 yards More than 550 yards: +/-3 yards Cartridge 17 Rem. 17 Rem. 17 Rem. Fireball 17 Rem. Fireball 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 204 Ruger 220 Swift 220 Swift 220 Swift 220 Swift 220 Swift 220 Swift 220 Swift 220 Swift 220 Swift 222 Rem. 222 Rem. 222 Rem. 222 Rem. 222 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 22-250 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. Brand Rem. AccuTip Rem. Rifle Rem. AccuTip Rem. UMC Rem. AccuTip Win. Supreme Fed. V-SHOK Hornady Varmint Win. Super-X Fed. V-SHOK Rem. AccuTip Hornady Varmint Hornady Varmint Fed. V-SHOK Hornady Varmint Win. Super-X Rem. Rifle Hornady Varmint Fed. V-SHOK Hornady Varmint Hornady Varmint Hornady Custom Hornady Varmint Fed. V-SHOK Hornady Varmint Rem. AccuTip Fed. POWER-SHOK Hornady Varmint Hornady Varmint Fed. V-SHOK Rem. Varmint Rem. UMC Hornady Varmint Hornady Varmint Rem. AccuTip Rem. UMC Win. Supreme Hornady Varmint Hornady Varmint Rem. Rifle Fed. V-SHOK Fed. V-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Hornady Custom Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Super-X Hornady Varmint Hornady Varmint Fed. V-SHOK Rem. UMC Rem. AccuTip Fed. Am Eagle Fed. Am Eagle Rem. UMC Win. Supreme Hornady Match Win. Super-X Hornady Tactical Hornady Varmint Hornady Varmint Rem. AccuTip Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. Am Eagle Fed. POWER-SHOK Rem. Rifle Fed. V-SHOK Rem. Power-Lokt Rem. Rifle Fed. V-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Rem. UMC Win. Supreme Wt 20 25 20 25 32 32 32 32 34 39 40 40 45 40 40 50 50 50 52 55 55 60 40 40 50 50 50 40 40 43 45 45 50 50 50 50 50 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 60 60 64 40 40 40 45 50 50 50 50 50 53 53 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 “100 Zero, Drop 500 Yard Number. Bullet Adv Vel Drop” Ballistic Table AccuTip-V 4250 -35.5 36 HP 4040 -40.0 40 AccuTip-V 4000 -41.5 42 UMC Jacketed HP 3850 -43.7 44 AccuTip-V 4225 -31.8 32 Ballistic Silvertip 4050 -36.0 36 Nosler Ballistic Tip 4030 -36.2 36 V-MAX 4225 -31.8 32 Hollow Point 4025 -46.1 46 Sierra BlitzKing 3750 -34.0 34 AccuTip-V Boat Tail 3900 -31.5 32 V-MAX 3900 -31.5 32 SP 3625 -41.1 41 Nosler Ballistic Tip 4250 -30.1 30 V-MAX w/Moly 4200 -33.8 34 Pointed Soft Point 3870 -41.6 42 PSP 3780 -51.2 51 V-MAX w/Moly 3850 -35.7 36 Sierra MatchKing BTHP 3830 -38.5 38 V-MAX 3680 -38.4 38 V-MAX w/Moly 3680 -38.4 38 HP 3600 -39.6 40 V-MAX 3600 -50.1 50 Nosler Ballistic Tip 3450 -50.3 50 V-MAX w/Moly 3140 -59.5 60 AccuTip-V Boat Tail 3140 -59.5 60 Soft Point 3140 -63.8 64 V-MAX 4150 -34.8 35 V-MAX w/Moly 4150 -34.8 35 Speer TNT Green 4000 -53.6 54 Iron-Tin Core HP 4000 -49.1 49 UMC Jacketed HP 4000 -44.8 45 V-MAX 3800 -36.9 37 V-MAX w/Moly 3800 -36.9 37 AccuTip-V Boat Tail 3800 -36.9 37 UMC Jacketed HP 3820 -44.9 45 Ballistic Silvertip 3810 -37.1 37 V-MAX 3680 -38.4 38 V-MAX w/Moly 3680 -38.4 38 PSP 3680 -48.1 48 Sierra BlitzKing 3625 -38.0 38 Sierra GameKing BTHP 3650 -39.7 40 Soft Point 3650 -43.5 43 Ballistic Silvertip 3680 -37.2 37 Pointed Soft Point 3680 -48.1 48 SP 3530 -41.6 42 Nosler Partition 3500 -48.1 48 Power-Point 3500 -44.1 44 V-MAX 3800 -43.6 44 V-MAX w/Moly 3800 -43.6 44 Nosler Ballistic Tip 3700 -42.3 42 UMC Jacketed HP 3550 -61.0 61 AccuTip-V Boat Tail 3410 -48.4 48 JHP 3325 -59.8 60 JHP 3325 -59.8 60 UMC Jacketed HP 3425 -59.3 59 Ballistic Silvertip 3410 -49.0 49 HP W/C 3330 -56.2 56 Hollow Point 3330 -55.0 55 TAP-FPD 3240 -52.8 53 V-MAX 3240 -52.8 53 V-MAX w/Moly 3240 -52.8 53 AccuTip-V 3240 -52.8 53 Barnes TSX 3200 -62.9 63 FMJ-BT 3240 -51.2 51 FMJ-BT 3240 -51.2 51 Metal Case 3240 -64.8 65 Nosler Ballistic Tip 3240 -51.2 51 Power-Lokt HP 3240 -62.6 63 PSP 3240 -66.5 66 Sierra GameKing BTHP 3240 -53.3 53 Soft Point 3240 -59.2 59 UMC Metal Case 3240 -64.8 65 Ballistic Silvertip 3240 -51.1 51 Cartridge 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 Rem. 223 WSSM 223 WSSM 223 WSSM 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 Win. 243 WSSM 243 WSSM 243 WSSM 243 WSSM 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 6mm Rem. 25 WSSM 25 WSSM 25 WSSM 25 WSSM 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 4 Brand Win. Super-X Hornady Tactical Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Rifle Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Fed. Am Eagle Fusion Fed. POWER-SHOK Win. Super-X Rem. Match Fed. GOLD MEDAL Hornady Match Hornady Tactical Rem. Match Fed. GOLD MEDAL Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Win. Super-X Fed. V-SHOK Win. Supreme Hornady Varmint Fed. V-SHOK Hornady Custom Rem. AccuTip Rem. Copper Solid Rem. Power-Lokt Rem. Rifle Fed. POWER-SHOK Win. Super-X Hornady LM Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Scirocco Hornady Custom Hornady LM Rem. AccuTip Fusion Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Hornady Custom Hornady LM Rem. Core-Lokt Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Win. Super-X Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Fed. POWER-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Hornady Custom Hornady Custom Hornady LM Rem. Core-Lokt Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Win. Super-X Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Fed. V-SHOK Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Core-Lokt Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Supreme Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Fed. VITAL-SHOK Wt 55 60 60 62 62 62 62 64 64 69 69 75 75 77 77 55 55 64 55 55 58 70 75 75 80 80 80 80 80 85 85 85 90 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 55 95 95 100 80 85 95 100 100 100 100 100 100 85 110 115 120 85 85 90 100 100 100 110 115 115 Bullet Pointed Soft Point TAP-FPD Nosler Partition Closed Tip Flat Base Core-Lokt Ultra Bond FMJ-BT Fusion Soft Point Power-Point MatchKing BTHP Sierra MatchKing BTHP BTHP Match TAP-FPD MatchKing BTHP Sierra MatchKing BTHP Ballistic Silvertip Pointed Soft Point Power-Point Nosler Ballistic Tip Ballistic Silvertip V-MAX w/Moly Nosler Ballistic Tip HP AccuTip-V Boat Tail Copper Solid Tipped Power-Lokt HP PSP Soft Point Pointed Soft Point InterBond Barnes TSX Sierra GameKing BTHP Swift Scirocco Bonded SST InterLock SST Interlock AccuTip Fusion Nosler Ballistic Tip Ballistic Silvertip XP3 BTSP InterLock BTSP InterLock Core-Lokt PSP Core-Lokt Ultra Bond Nosler Partition Sierra GameKing BTSP Soft Point Power-Point Ballistic Silvertip Ballistic Silvertip XP3 Power-Point Soft Point Barnes TSX SST InterLock BTSP Interlock BTSP InterLock Core-Lokt PSP Nosler Partition Soft Point Power-Point Ballistic Silvertip AccuBond CT Ballistic Silvertip Positive Exp. Point Nosler Ballistic Tip Ballistic Silvertip Positive Exp. Point Barnes TSX Core-Lokt PSP Nosler Ballistic Tip AccuBond CT Core-Lokt Ultra Bond Nosler Partition “100 Zero, Drop 500 Yard Number. Adv Vel Drop” Ballistic Table 3240 -66.5 66 3115 -56.5 56 3160 -61.3 61 3100 -57.9 58 3100 -63.2 63 3020 -55.7 56 3000 -55.6 56 3050 -61.4 61 3020 -62.6 63 3000 -53.5 53 2950 -59.6 60 2790 -58.8 59 2790 -58.8 59 2788 -61.4 61 2720 -64.4 64 3850 -32.5 32 3850 -36.8 37 3600 -43.5 44 3850 -32.4 32 3910 -31.2 31 3750 -37.2 37 3450 -40.0 40 3340 -44.4 44 3375 -40.5 40 3350 -43.6 44 3350 -48.6 49 3350 -48.6 49 3330 -39.8 40 3350 -48.6 49 3175 -43.0 43 3200 -46.3 46 3300 -44.0 44 3120 -45.2 45 2950 -54.1 54 3100 -48.0 48 3120 -47.2 47 2980 -51.3 51 3025 -49.7 50 3100 -45.4 45 3100 -44.8 45 2960 -50.4 50 3100 -45.1 45 2960 -53.6 54 2960 -52.4 52 2850 -56.7 57 2960 -49.3 49 2960 -53.2 53 2960 -53.6 54 4060 -28.4 28 3150 -43.6 44 3150 -43.1 43 3110 -47.5 48 3400 -37.6 38 3350 -41.4 41 3100 -48.0 48 3100 -45.1 45 3250 -40.2 40 3100 -47.9 48 3100 -46.0 46 3100 -47.8 48 3100 -47.9 48 3470 -37.6 38 3100 -44.4 44 3060 -44.8 45 2990 -53.3 53 3550 -35.5 35 3470 -37.6 38 3440 -45.0 45 3210 -41.1 41 3230 -48.5 48 3220 -41.4 41 3100 -44.4 44 3000 -50.3 50 3030 -48.0 48 Cartridge 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 25-06 Rem. 257 Roberts 257 Roberts 257 Roberts +P 260 Rem. 260 Rem. 260 Rem. 260 Rem. 260 Rem. 260 Rem. 260 Rem. 264 Win. Mag. 264 Win. Mag. 270 Wby Mag 270 Wby Mag 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 Win. 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM Brand Win. Supreme Hornady Custom Hornady LM Hornady Custom Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Rem. Core-Lokt Fusion Win. Super-X Hornady Custom Hornady LM Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. AccuTip Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fusion Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Core-Lokt Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Core-Lokt Win. Super-X Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Rifle Fed. VITAL-SHOK Hornady Custom Hornady Custom Hornady LM Hornady Custom Hornady Custom Rem. AccuTip Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Bronze Pt Rem. Copper Solid Rem. Core-Lokt Fusion Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Rem. Scirocco Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Win. Super-X Win. Supreme Hornady Custom Hornady LM Hornady Custom Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. A-Frame Win. Supreme Hornady Custom Fusion Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Super-X Win. Supreme Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Supreme Rem. Core-Lokt Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Supreme Fusion Wt 115 117 117 117 117 117 120 120 120 117 117 120 120 120 120 120 140 140 140 140 140 130 130 100 110 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 110 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 140 140 150 Bullet Ballistic Silvertip BTSP InterLock BTSP InterLock SST InterLock Sierra GameKing BTSP Speer Hot-Cor SP Core-Lokt PSP Fusion Positive Exp. Point BTSP InterLock SST InterLock Nosler Partition AccuTip Boat Tail Barnes TSX Fusion Nosler Ballistic Tip Core-Lokt PSP Core-Lokt Ultra Bond Sierra GameKing BTSP Core-Lokt PSP Power-Point Barnes TTSX Trophy Bonded Tip PSP Barnes Tipped TSX GMX InterBond InterBond SP InterLock SST InterLock AccuTip Boat Tail Barnes TSX Bronze Point Copper Solid Tipped Core-Lokt PSP Fusion Nosler Ballistic Tip Nosler Partition Sierra GameKing BTSP Soft Point Swift Scirocco Bonded Trophy Bonded Tip Trophy Bonded Tip Ballistic Silvertip E-Tip Power-Point Silvertip XP3 BTSP InterLock BTSP InterLock SST InterLock Core-Lokt Ultra Bond Nosler AccuBond Swift A-Frame PSP AccuBond CT SP InterLock Fusion Nosler Partition Sierra GameKing BTSP Trophy Bonded Tip Power-Point XP3 Barnes TTSX Barnes TTSX Nosler Ballistic Tip Soft Point Trophy Bonded Tip Ballistic Silvertip Core-Lokt Soft Point E-Tip XP3 Nosler AccuBond AccuBond CT Fusion “100 Zero, Drop 500 Yard Number. Adv Vel Drop” Ballistic Table 3060 -44.8 45 2990 -49.9 50 3110 -45.4 45 2990 -50.0 50 3030 -47.1 47 3030 -50.0 50 2990 -51.9 52 2980 -46.6 47 2990 -53.3 53 2780 -59.5 59 2940 -52.1 52 2800 -58.3 58 2890 -49.9 50 2930 -52.6 53 2950 -51.7 52 2950 -49.7 50 2750 -58.3 58 2750 -57.2 57 2700 -61.7 62 3030 -48.8 49 3030 -48.8 49 3200 -40.7 41 3200 -40.7 41 3320 -50.1 50 3400 -36.9 37 3060 -44.2 44 3060 -44.2 44 3215 -39.3 39 3060 -46.4 46 3060 -44.2 44 3060 -44.7 45 3060 -45.1 45 3060 -48.4 48 3060 -45.4 45 3060 -51.0 51 3050 -47.2 47 3060 -45.1 45 3060 -45.9 46 3060 -45.1 45 3060 -48.6 49 3060 -45.3 45 3060 -45.1 45 3200 -40.7 41 3050 -45.6 46 3050 -44.6 45 3060 -48.4 48 3060 -51.0 51 3050 -45.5 46 2940 -47.7 48 3100 -42.0 42 2940 -47.4 47 2925 -54.9 55 2950 -47.0 47 2925 -56.6 57 2950 -47.8 48 2840 -52.7 53 2850 -51.4 51 2830 -53.4 53 2830 -52.4 52 2830 -52.4 52 2850 -59.8 60 2950 -46.8 47 3500 -34.5 35 3280 -38.0 38 3300 -37.4 37 3250 -41.9 42 3280 -38.0 38 3275 -38.4 38 3285 -42.8 43 3275 -37.5 38 3275 -38.3 38 3200 -38.6 39 3200 -39.3 39 3080 -42.0 42 Cartridge 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 270 WSM 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 280 Rem. 284 Win. 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. Mag 7mm Rem. SAUM 7mm Rem. SAUM 7mm Rem. SAUM 7mm Rem. UM 7mm Rem. UM 7mm Rem.UM PL-I 7mm Rem.UM PL-II 7mm Rem.UM PL-III 7mm STW 7mm Wby Mag 7mm Wby Mag 7mm WSM 5 Brand Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Win. Supreme Hornady Custom Hornady LM Rem. AccuTip Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Core-Lokt Fusion Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Supreme Rem. Core-Lokt Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Win. Super-X Fed. VITAL-SHOK Hornady Custom Hornady Custom Hornady Custom Hornady HM Hornady HM Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. AccuTip Rem. Copper Solid Rem. Core-Lokt Rem. Core-Lokt Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Fusion Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. POWER-SHOK Rem. AccuTip Rem. Core-Lokt Rem. Scirocco Win. Supreme Win. Super-X Hornady Custom Hornady Custom Hornady Custom Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Win. Supreme Win. Supreme Hornady Custom Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fusion Fed. POWER-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Rem. Core-Lokt Win. Super-X Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Rem. Core-Lokt Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Rem. Scirocco Rem. A-Frame Rem. Core-Lokt Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Rem. Core-Lokt Ultra Fed. VITAL-SHOK Hornady Custom Fed. VITAL-SHOK Fed. VITAL-SHOK Wt 150 150 150 150 150 139 139 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 150 150 150 160 150 110 139 139 139 139 139 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 154 154 154 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 162 165 175 175 175 175 175 140 150 160 150 175 140 160 140 160 154 160 140 Bullet Adv Vel Nosler Partition 3100 Trophy Bonded Tip 3100 Ballistic Silvertip 3120 Power-Point 3150 XP3 3120 SST 3000 SST Moly LM Interlock 3110 AccuTip 3000 Barnes TSX 2960 Core-Lokt PSP 3000 Fusion 2990 Nosler Ballistic Tip 2990 Trophy Bonded Tip 2950 Ballistic Silvertip 3040 Core-Lokt PSP 2890 Nosler Partition 2890 Soft Point 2890 Trophy Bonded Tip 2800 Power-Point 2860 Barnes TTSX 3500 BTSP InterLock 3150 GMX 3150 InterBond 3150 InterBond HM w/Moly 3250 SST Moly HM InterLock 3250 Barnes TSX 3120 Nosler AccuBond 3110 Nosler Partition 3150 AccuTip Boat Tail 3175 Copper Solid Tipped 3175 Core-Lokt PSP 3175 Core-Lokt PSP 2710 Core-Lokt Ultra Bond 3175 AccuBond CT 3180 Ballistic Silvertip 31

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