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iOS Programming - The Big Nerd Ranch Guide - Pearsoncmg.com

iOS Programming THE BIG NERD RANCH GUIDE JOE CONWAY & AARON HILLEGASS iOS Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. This publication is protected by copyright, and permission must be obtained from the publisher prior to any prohibited reproduction, storage in a retrieval system, or transmission in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or likewise. For information regarding permissions, contact The 10-gallon hat with propeller logo is a trademark of Big Nerd Ranch, Inc. Exclusive worldwide distribution of the English edition of this book by Pearson Technology Group 800 East 96th Street Indianapolis, IN 46240 USA http://www.informit.com The authors and publisher have taken care in writing and printing this book but make no expressed or implied warranty of any kind and assume no responsibility for errors or omissions. No liability is assumed for incidental or consequential damages in connection with or arising out of the use of the information or programs contained herein. App Store, Apple, Cocoa, Cocoa Touch, Finder, Instruments, iCloud, iPad, iPhone, iPod, iPod touch, iTunes, Keychain, Mac, Mac OS, Multi-Touch, Objective-C, OS X, Quartz, Retina, Safari, and Xcode are trademarks of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Many of the designations used by manufacturers and sellers to distinguish their products are claimed as trademarks. Where those designations appear in this book, and the publisher was aware of a trademark claim, the designations have been printed with initial capital letters or in all capitals. While our names appear on the cover, many people helped make this book a reality. We would like to take this chance to thank them. • The other instructors who teach the iOS Bootcamp fed us with a never-ending stream of suggestions and corrections. They are Scott Ritchie, Brian Hardy, Mikey Ward, Christian Keur, Alex Silverman, Owen Matthews, Brian Turner, Juan Pablo Claude, and Bolot Kerimbaev. • Our tireless editor, Susan Loper, took our distracted mumblings and made them into readable prose. • Our technical reviewers, Bill Monk and Jawwad Ahmad, helped us find and fix flaws. • Ellie Volckhausen designed the cover. (The photo is of the bottom bracket of a bicycle frame.) • Chris Loper at IntelligentEnglish.com designed and produced the print book and the EPUB and Kindle versions. • The amazing team at Pearson Technology Group patiently guided us through the business end of book publishing. The final and most important thanks goes to our students whose questions inspired us to write this book and whose frustrations inspired us to make it clear and comprehensible...

i577 Galaxy Exhilarate User Manual - Consumer Cellular

Intellectual Property All Intellectual Property, as defined below, owned by or which is otherwise the property of Samsung or its respective suppliers relating to the SAMSUNG Phone, including but not limited to, accessories, parts, or software relating there to (the “Phone System”), is proprietary to Samsung and protected under federal laws, state laws, and international treaty provisions. Intellectual Property includes, but is not limited to, inventions (patentable or unpatentable), patents, trade secrets, copyrights, software, computer programs, and related documentation and other works of authorship. You may not infringe or otherwise violate the rights secured by the Intellectual Property. Moreover, you agree that you will not (and will not attempt to) modify, prepare derivative works of, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, or otherwise attempt to create source code from the software. No title to or ownership in the Intellectual Property is transferred to you. All applicable rights of the Intellectual Property shall remain with SAMSUNG and its suppliers. Open Source Software Some software components of this product incorporate source code covered under GNU General Public License (GPL), GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), OpenSSL License, BSD License and other open source licenses. To obtain the source code covered under the open source licenses, please visit: http://opensource.samsung.com. Samsung Telecommunications America (STA), LLC Headquarters: Do you have questions about your Samsung Mobile Phone? For 24 hour information and assistance, we offer a new FAQ/ARS System (Automated Response System) at: www.samsung.com/us/support. Nuance®, VSuite™, T9® Text Input, and the Nuance logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Nuance Communications, Inc., or its affiliates in the United States and/or other countries. ACCESS® and NetFront™ are trademarks or registered trademarks of ACCESS Co., Ltd. in Japan and other countries. The Bluetooth® word mark, figure mark (stylized “B Design”), and combination mark (Bluetooth word mark and “B Design”) are registered trademarks and are wholly owned by the Bluetooth SIG. microSD™ and the microSD logo are Trademarks of the SD Card Association. Openwave® is a registered Trademark of Openwave, Inc. Google, the Google logo, Android, the Android logo, Android Market, Gmail, Google Mail, Google Maps, Google Music, Google Talk, Picasa, YouTube and other marks are trademarks of Google Inc. Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wireless Fidelity Alliance, Inc. Swype and the Swype logos are trademarks of Swype, Inc. © 2010 Swype, Inc. All rights reserved. , DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos are trademarks of Rovi Corporation or its subsidiaries and are used under license. DivX Certified® to play DivX® video up to HD 720p, including premium content. ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video format created by DivX, LLC, a subsidiary of Rovi Corporation. This is an official DivX Certified® device that plays DivX video. Visit www.divx.com for more information and software tools to convert your files into DivX videos. ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX Certified® device must be registered in order to play purchased DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD) movies. To obtain your registration code, locate the DivX VOD section in your device setup menu (tap Applications > Settings > About phone...

MOTOROLA XOOM 2 (Model MZ616) Getting Started Guide - GsmLine

EN Your tablet Start The MOTOROLA XOOM™ 2 is a fit that's just right. It's thinner, lighter and one of the fastest, packed with new things to do and ways to do them. MotoCast lets you stream videos or music from your computer. With Evernote and the stylus (optional accessory), you can write notes and later retrieve them from your computer and your smartphone. touch Before assembling, charging, or using your device for the first time, please read the important safety, regulatory and legal information provided with your product. Note: This device supports apps and services that use a lot of data, so make sure your data plan meets your needs. Contact your service provider for details. Tip: In the unlikely event that your tablet becomes unresponsive, try a forced reboot—press and hold both Power/Sleep and the down volume key for three seconds. Stream Want More? It's all in the touch: Your computer, your tablet—make them the best of friends. Stream or download music and videos to your tablet, share photos, documents, and files, and use them on both. It's like having your own mini-cloud. The free MotoCast app gives you fast and secure access to your files. Support: Tablet software updates, PC software, user guides, online help, and more at www.motorola.com or www.motorola.com/support. You can call us with warranty and support questions at 1-800-734-5870 (United States), TIPS & TRICKS Note: If you have owned a previous Motorola device with a MOTOBLUR ID, this can be your MotoCast ID. If you don't have a MotoCast ID, then simply create one. on the back to turn on and off. Note: Certain apps and features may not be available in all countries. This product meets the applicable SAR limits of 1.6 W/kg (FCC) and 2.0 W/kg (ICNIRP). The limits and guidelines include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health. The highest SAR values measured for this device are listed in the regulatory information packaged with your product. Certain features, services and applications are network dependent and may not be available in all areas; additional terms, conditions and/or charges may apply. Contact your service provider for details. All features, functionality, and other product specifications, as well as the information contained in this guide, are based upon the latest available information and believed to be accurate at the time of printing. Motorola reserves the right to change or modify any information or specifications without notice or obligation. Note: The images in this guide are examples only. MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC. Google, the Google logo, Google Maps, Google Talk, Google Latitude, Gmail, YouTube, Picasa, Google Books, Google Docs, Google Goggles, Google Finance, Google Places, Google Maps Navigation Beta, Google Calendar, Android and Android Market are trademarks of Google, Inc. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © 2011 Motorola Mobility, Inc. All rights reserved...

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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.DVG-2102S VoIP Telephone Adapter User’s Manual Version 1.2 (Feb. 2010) © 2010 D-Link Corporation. All rights reserved. Reproduction in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of D-Link Corporation is strictly forbidden. Trademarks used in this text: D-Link and the D-Link logo are trademarks of D-Link Corporation/D-Link Systems Inc.; Other trademarks and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the marks and names or their products. D-Link Corporation disclaims any proprietary interest in trademarks and trade names other than its own. Warranty: please contact your D-Link Authorized Reseller or the D-Link Branch Office nearest your place of purchase for information about the warranty offered on your D-Link product. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. FCC Warning This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communication. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: ‧ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. ‧ Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. ‧ Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. ‧ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. CE Mark Warning This is a Class B product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. Warnung! Dies ist ein Produkt der Klasse B. Im Wohnbereich kann dieses Produkt Funkstoerungen verursachen. In diesem Fall kann vom Benutzer verlangt werden, angemessene Massnahmen zu ergreifen. Precaución! Este es un producto de Clase B. En un entorno doméstico, puede causar interferencias de radio, en cuyo case, puede requerirse al usuario para que adopte las medidas adecuadas. Attention! Ceci est un produit de classe B. Dans un environnement domestique, ce produit pourrait causer des interférences radio, auquel cas l`utilisateur devrait prendre les mesures adéquates. Attenzione! Il presente prodotto appartiene alla classe B. Se utilizzato in ambiente domestico il prodotto può causare interferenze radio, nel cui caso è possibile che l`utente debba assumere provvedimenti adeguati. Product Overview 1. Introduction 1-1 Product Overview The DVG-2102S is designed to carry both voice and facsimile over the IP network. It uses the industry standard SIP call control protocol so as to be compatible with free registration services or VoIP service providers’ systems. As a standard user agent, it is compatible with all common Soft Switches and SIP proxy servers. While running optional server software, the VoIP Telephone Adapter can be configured to establish a private VoIP network over the Internet without a third-party SIP Proxy Server. The DVG-2102S can be seamlessly integrated into an existing network by connecting to a phone set and fax machine. With only a broadband connection such as an ADSL bridge/router, a Cable Modem or a leased-line router, the VoIP Telephone Adapter allows you to use voice and fax services over IP in order to reduce the cost of all long distance calls...

BEFORE YOU BEGIN CHARGE START BLUETOOTH FEATURE ...

BEFORE YOU BEGIN CHARGE Your Headset's Battery Get Connected in MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office.The use of wireless devices and their accessories may be prohibited or restricted in certain areas. Always obey the laws and regulations on the use of these products. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under license. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. PAIR CONTINUED Step B - SET YOUR PHONE TO LOOK FOR YOUR HEADSET ( ) > Settings > Connection > Release Tab Down 1 Plug the Motorola charger into the end of the headset with the release tab facing down. The indicator light turns on when the battery is charging. It may take up to 1 minute for the indicator light to turn on. When the headset's battery is fully charged (about 2 hours), the indicator light turns off. When your headset successfully pairs with your phone, the indicator light changes from steadily lit to flashing. Note: These steps are for most Motorola phones. For other phones, see your phone's user's guide. START BLUETOOTH FEATURE Your Phone Your phone's Bluetooth feature is off by default. To use your headset, turn on the Bluetooth feature in your phone. Before using this product, read the Important Safety and Legal Information pamphlet and follow its instructions. TEST AND USE Your phone and headset are now paired and ready to make and receive calls. To make a call: 1 Place the headset over your ear. 2 On your phone, dial the number you want to call and press the SEND key. 3 If your phone and headset are successfully paired, you will hear ringing on the headset. After you have successfully paired your phone and headset, you don't need to repeat these steps. For daily use, ensure that your headset is turned ON and that your phone's Bluetooth feature is ON. To save battery power, turn OFF the headset when you don't use it for an extended time. Indicator Light 1 Ensure the headset is turned off (indicator light not blinking). 2 Press and hold the Call E button for 4 or 5 seconds. The indicator light will initially flash, but continue to hold down the button until the indicator light is steadily lit. If the indicator light is flashing or not steadily lit when releasing the button, repeat both steps 1 and 2 on this page. USING YOUR HS815 TROUBLESHOOTING...

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