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201965/201966 - Bushnell® G-Force 1300 ARC- Laser Rangefinder

Congratulations on your purchase of the Bushnell® G-Force™1300 ARC™, our most compact premium and versatile laser rangefinder. TheG-Force™1300 ARC™ is a precision Laser Rangefinder optical instrument designed to provide many years of enjoyment. This booklet will help you achieve optimum performance by explaining its adjustments and features as well as how to care for this precise laser rangefinding optical instrument.

INTRODUCTION

Your Bushnell® G-Force™1300 ARC™ is an ultra thin, premium performing laser rangefinder comprised of the latest Digital Technology allowing range readings from5-1300Yards /5-1189meters. Measuring 1.3 x 4 x 2.9 inches, the8-ounceG-Force™1300 ARC™ with E.S.P.™ (Extreme. Speed. Precision.) is capable of delivering extremely fast target acquisition, incredible ½ yard accuracy, and 1/10th precision from5-125yards and +/- 1 yard accuracy from125-1300yards. TheG-Force™1300 also features Bushnell’s patented ARC™ (Angle Range Compensation), superb optical quality, and 100% waterproof construction along with RainGuard® HD Coating.

 

Vivid Display Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6x Magnification

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rubber Armored Metal Housing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adjustable Diopter Setting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RainGuard® HD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

100% Waterproof

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

E.S.P.- Extreme. Speed. Precision.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posi-Thread Battery Door

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

• Turbo Processor

Provides Faster Acquisition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ARC- Bow & Rifle Modes

• Provides 1/2 Yard Accuracy; 1/10 Precision from 5–125Yards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ranging

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VSI- VariableSight-InDistance

 

• 1300 Yards Reflective

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

• 900 Yards to Trees

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Built-InTripod Mount

 

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HOW OUR DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY WORKS

The G Force 1300 ARC™ emits invisible, eye safe, infrared energy pulses. The G Force 1300 ARC’s Advanced Digital microprocessor and ASIC chip (Application-SpecificIntegrated Circuit) results in instantaneous and accurate readings every time. Sophisticated digital technology instantaneously calculates distances by measuring the time it takes for each pulse to travel from the rangefinder, to the target, and back.

RANGING ACCURACY

The ranging accuracy of the G Force 1300 ARC™ is plus or minus one yard / meter under most circumstances. The maximum range of the instrument depends on the reflectivity of the target. The maximum distance for most objects is 900 yards / 823 meters while for highly reflective objects the maximum is 1300 yards / 1189 meters.

Note: You will get both longer and shorter maximum distances depending on the reflective properties of the particular target and the environmental conditions at the time the distance of an object is being measured. The color, surface finish, size and shape of the target all affect reflectivity and range. The brighter the color, the longer the range. White is highly reflective, for example, and allows longer ranges than the color black, which is the least reflective color. A shiny finish provides more range than a dull one. A small target is more difficult to range than a larger target. The angle to the target also has an effect. Shooting to a target at a 90 degree angle (where the target surface is perpendicular to the flight path of the emitted energy pulses) provides good range while a steep angle on the other hand, provides limited ranging. In addition, lighting conditions (e.g. the amount of sunlight) will affect the ranging capabilities of the unit. The less light (e.g. overcast skies) the farther the unit’s maximum range will be. Conversely, very sunny days will decrease the unit’s maximum range.

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GETTING STARTED

OPERATIONAL SUMMARY

While looking through the G Force 1300 ARC™, depress the power button once to activate the Vivid Display. Place the aiming circle (located in the center of the field of view) upon a target at least 5 yards away, depress and hold the power button down until the range reading is displayed near the bottom of the in-viewdisplay. Crosshairs surrounding the aiming circle indicate that the laser is being transmitted. Once a range has been acquired, you can release the power button. The crosshairs surrounding the aiming circle will disappear once the power button has been released (i.e. the laser is no longer being transmitted).

Note: Once activated, the display will remain active and display the last distance measurement for 3 seconds. You can depress the power button again at any time to distance to a new target. As with any laser device, it is not recommended to directly view the emissions for long periods of time with magnified lenses. The maximum time the laser is transmitted (fired) is 7 seconds. To re-fire,press the button down again.

VIVID DISPLAY INDICATORS

Your G Force 1300 ARC™ Vivid Display™ incorporates the following illuminated indicators:

Angle Range Compensation Modes

 

Rifle Mode (1)

 

Bow Mode (2)

 

Battery Life Indicator (3)

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Aiming Circle (4)

Active Laser (5)

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Targeting Modes

 

BullsEye Mode (6)

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Brush Mode (7)

 

Primary Numeric Display displays Line-of-sightDistance (8)

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Holdover / Bullet-dropmeasure for Rifle Mode

MOA (9)

CM (10)

IN (11)

ML (12)

SD = Variable Sight-InDistance (13) Secondary Numeric Display (14)

(Toggles from Degree of Angle to Holdover / bullet drop for Rifle mode) (Toggles from Degree of Angle to True Horizontal Distance for Bow Mode)

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Angle Range Compensation

The G Force 1300 ARC™ is an advanced premium laser rangefinder monocular featuring a built-inaccelerometerbased inclinometer that digitally displays the exact angle from-90to +90 degrees of elevation and is +/- 1.0 degree accurate. The Bushnell® G Force 1300 ARC™ solves a problem hunters have been faced with for years. The problem: Bow and rifle hunters have struggled with extreme uphill and downhill angles because of how these angles alter true horizontal distance to your target. The Solution: ARC’s integrated inclinometer provides elevation angle to allow for distance compensation when targeting objects that are either uphill or downhill. This data is then combined with internal algorithmic ballistic formulas.

ARC(Angle Range Compensation ) Modes

Bow Mode (): Displays line of sight distance, degree of elevation, and true horizontal distance from10-99yards / meters and a maximum inclination of +/- 90°.

Rifle Mode (): Calculates and displays the amount of bullet drop, at the target in inches, centimeters or MOA. The amount of bullet drop is determined by the line of sight distance to the target, degree of elevation, along with the specific ballistic characteristics of the caliber and ammunition load. When you range your target, the line of sight, degree of elevation, andbullet-drop/holdoverin inches, centimeters, MOA, or mil (ML) will be displayed from 100 to 800 yards/meters with a maximum inclination of +/- 90°. One of eight ballistic groups (identified as A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H) for center fire rifles and two ballistic groups (Identified as I and J) for Black Powder / Muzzleloaders can be selected by the user, with each formula representing a given combination of caliber and loads. The ballistic groups are selected by the user in the SETUP menu.

Regular Mode ( ): This mode does not provide any degree of elevation or compensated distance, but instead, line of sight distance only.

BATTERY LIFE INDICATOR

Battery Indicator: Full charge

2/3 battery life remaining 1/3 battery Life remaining

Battery Indicator Blinks - Battery needs to be replaced and unit will not be operable.

INSERTING THE BATTERY

Remove the Posi-Thread™battery door by lifting the battery door tab and then rotating counter clockwise. Insert a CR23-voltlithium battery into the compartment negative end first, then replace the battery cap.

NOTE: It is recommended that the battery be replaced at least once every 12 months.

UNIT OF MEASURE OPTIONS

The G Force 1300 ARC™ can be used to measure distances in yards or meters. The unit of measure indicators are located in the lower right portion of the LCD.

ACTIVE LASER

Crosshairs surrounding the aiming circle indicate that the laser is being transmitted. Once a range has been acquired, you can release the power button. The crosshairs surrounding the circle will disappear once the power button has been released (i.e. the laser is no longer being transmitted).

SELECTIVE TARGETING™ MODES

The G Force 1300 ARC™ was especially designed with hunters in mind. The selective targeting modes allow you to adjust the performance parameters of the unit to suit your specific situation and environment. To move from one mode to another, press the POWER button once to turn on the unit. While looking through the eyepiece, press the MODE button and quickly release. The different targeting modes available and mode indicators are listed below:

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Standard with Automatic SCAN: This setting allows most targets to be distanced up to 1300 yards. Used for moderately reflective targets that are typical of most distancing situations. The minimum distance in the standard mode is 10 yards. To use the Automatic SCAN feature, simply hold down on the POWER button for approximately 3 seconds and move the rangefinder from object to object while leaving the POWER button depressed. Automatic SCAN will allow the range to be continuously updated as multiple objects are targeted.

BullsEye(VDT™ Indicator - ): This advanced mode allows easy acquisition of small targets and game without inadvertently getting distances to background targets that have stronger signal strength. When more than one object has been acquired, distance of the closer object will be displayed and a crosshair will surround the BullsEye™ indicator informing the user that distance to the closer object is being displayed in the VDT™. Once in this mode, press the POWER button to turn the unit on. Next, align the aiming circle onto the object (i.e. deer) that you want distance to. Next, press and hold the POWER button and move the laser slowly over the deer until crosshairs surround the BullsEye indicator. If the laser beam recognized more than one object (i.e. deer and background trees), distance of the closer object (i.e. deer) will be displayed and crosshairs will surround the BullsEye indicator informing the user that distance to the closer object is being displayed in the VDT™ (Figure 1). There may be times when only the laser beam only sees one object in its path. In this case, 218 the distance will be displayed, but because more than one object was not acquired, crosshairs will not surround the BullsEye indicator.

TIP: While pressing the POWER button, you can move the device slowly from object to object and intentionally force the laser to hit multiple objects to ensure that you are only displaying the closest of the objects recognized by the laser.

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Brush(VDT Indicator - ): This advanced mode allows objects such as brush and tree branches to be ignored so that distance only to background objects are displayed. When more than one object has been acquired, distance of the further object will be displayed and a circle will surround the Brush™ indicator informing the user that distance of the farthest object is being displayed in the VDT™.

Once in this mode, press the POWER button to turn the unit on. Next, align the aiming circle onto the object that you want distance to. Next, press and hold the POWER button and move the laser slowly over the object until a circle surrounds the Brush indicator. If the laser beam recognized more than one object (i.e. closeup tree branch and a deer in the background), distance of the further object (i.e. deer) will be displayed and a circle will surround the brush indicator informing the user that distance to the farther object is being displayed (Figure 2). There may be times when only the laser beam only sees one object in its path. In this case, the distance will be displayed, but because more than one object was not acquired, the circle will not surround the Brush indicator.

TIP: While pressing the POWER button, you can move the device slowly from object to object and intentionally force the laser to hit multiple objects to ensure that you are only displaying the furthest of the objects recognized by the laser. Once the device has shut off, the unit will always default back to the last targeting mode used.

MENU SETUP – SELECTION of DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS, BOW, RIFLE, REGULAR MODES, UNIT OF MEASURE, SIGHT-INDISTANCE AND BALLISTIC CORRECTION

DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS

Vivid Display Technology™ dramatically improves contrast, clarity and light transmission while increasing brightness of the digital readout, making distance readings legible in low light environments.

There are four intensity settings to choose from and this is the first setting within the SETUP menu. Press the MODE button for 3 seconds to get into the SETUP menu. The existing brightness setting will be flashing (i.e. BRT1, BRT2, BRT3, or BRT4), pressing the MODE button will toggle between the four brightness settings. “BRT1” is the

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lowest intensity while “BRT4” is the brightest. Simply press the MODE button until the desired brightness setting is displayed and select by pressing and releasing the POWER button.

There are two ARC™ (Angle Range Compensation) modes and one REGULAR mode. The two ARC™ modes are BOW mode () and RIFLE mode().

To select between these modes, first turn the unit “ON” by pressing and releasing the POWER button. Next, press and hold the MODE button for three seconds to get into the SETUP menu. The brightness is displayed first and can be changed by pressing the MODE button or accepted by pressing the POWER button. Then press the power button until you see the existing compensation mode indicated by either the “Bow” symbol (), the “Rifle” symbol() lit with one of the ballistic groups (A thru J) displayed and flashing, or no indicators lit and the message () flashing.

The modes can be cycled through in a circular fashion by pressing and releasing the mode button. The order of modes is a follows: BOW, RIFLE A, RIFLE B, RIFLE C, RIFLE D, RIFLE E, RIFLE F, RIFLE G, RIFLE H, RIFLE I, RIFLE J, REG, etc. When the bow selection is displayed, () will flash and when the rifle selection is displayed, () and ballistic group will be flashing. When the () is displayed, the message () will flash within the display.

Once the desired distance compensation mode is displayed, select it by pressing and releasing the POWER

button. Following

this

selection, the current unit of

measure, “Y” for yards or “M” for

meters

will flash

in the display and the

SETUP icon is still lit. Pressing the MODE button will toggle the unit of measure.

When the desired

unit

of measure is displayed, press

the POWER button to accept the

unit of

measure.

If the user chooses RIFLE mode, and after having determined unit of measure, the user has the following options:

1. Variable Sight-In(VSI™) - Allows the rifle hunter to choose from foursight-indistances (100, 150, 200, or 300 yards or meters) and provides holdover /bullet-dropdata in inches, centimeters, MOA, or ML (mil). The “SD” (Sight-

In Distance) indicator will turn on and the current Sight-InDistance number will blink within the display (I.e. 100, 150, 200, or 300). TheSight-InDistance options can be cycled through in a circular fashion by pressing and releasing the mode button. Once the desiredSight-InDistance is displayed, select it by pressing and releasing the power button.

2. And finally, if RIFLE mode was chosen, and as long as unit of measure and a sight-indistance was selected, you have the option of determining how you would likehold-over /bullet-dropdisplayed. If measurement units are in yards, you will be able to choose between inches, MOA, or ML (mil). If measurement units are in meters, you will be able to choose between centimeters, MOA, or ML (mil). For example, the “CM” for centimeters or “IN” for inches will flash in the display and the SETUP icon is still lit. Once the desired ballistic measure is displayed, select it by pressing and releasing the power button.

Upon returning to the normal operating menu, the current compensation mode and unit of measure will be identified in the display as indicated below.

SETUP Menu

Normal Operating Menu

SETUP menu Normal Operating Menu

When the unit automatically powers down, operation will always return to the normal operation (i.e. away from SETUP) with the last used ARC™ mode active (i.e. BOW, RIFLE, or REGULAR) along with the last used TARGETING modes active (Standard SCAN, BULLSEYE, or BRUSH). If the unit turns off while in the SETUP menu, the unit will always return to the last mode(s) still active.

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Once the range is displayed, continue to hold the POWER button down for approximately 2 seconds while holding the aiming circle on the object and keeping the unit as steady as possible so as to allow the inclinometer enough time to measure angle. Then release the POWER button. Once you have released the power button, the line of sight will be displayed along with unit of measure. Beneath the line of sight distance and unit of measure, the degree of angle will be displayed for approximately 1.5 seconds, and will then automatically switch to the compensated range. The line of sight distance, unit of measure and automatic toggle from degree of angle to compensated distance will continue for 5 seconds at which time the display will automatically shut off.

BOW MODE EXAMPLE

Line of sight is 32 yards, angle is -44degrees, and the Angle Range Compensated distance is 23 yards. Instead of shooting as 32 yards, shoot as 23 yards. If you were to shoot as if 32 yards, you would shoot over the top of the deer because of the severe angle.

Line of Sight = 32Y

Line of Sight = 32Y

Degree of Angle = -44°

Compensated Distance = 23Y

If in BOW mode, the line of sight distance will display in the primary numeric display and the inclination and horizontal distance will display in the secondary numeric displays. Bushnell® determined through extensive testing and interviews with high-profilebow hunting experts that multiple bow ballistic groups were not necessary.Bow-hunterswant to know true horizontal distance because that is how they practice shooting, and once they confidently know that, they can make any necessary adjustments. Giving thebow-hunteranything else other than horizontal distance creates additional confusion and uncertainty.

Many people mistakenly believe that uphill shots perform differently from downhill shots because of gravity. However, it is not due to gravity, but more of an aberration of the sighting system used on bows. The sighting pin on a bow resides several inches above the mechanical axis of the arrow. For example, when one is aiming 23 degrees up an incline, the arrow is at a different angle.

RIFLE MODE EXAMPLE

Line of sight is 376 yards, angle is -33degrees, and thebullet-drop/holdoveris 28 inches. ARC™ not only takes into account ballistic data based off your caliber and load from distances of100-800yards, but also compensates for any uphill and downhill angles which also affectbullet-drop.

Line of Sight = 376 Yards

Line of Sight = 376 Yards

Degree of Angle = -33°

Holdover/Bulletdrop = 28 Inches

If in RIFLE mode, the ballistic group will be displayed in the bullet drop numeric field anytime that the primary numeric display is showing dashes (i.e. no target acquired). When a target is acquired in RIFLE mode, the line of sight distance will display in the primary numeric display. Either “IN,” “MOA,” “ML,” or “CM” will light next to the bullet drop numeric display. If the bullet drop / hold over reads “,” this means the compensated distance is beyond what can be displayed, and or beyond ballistic calculations and user will need to hold low.

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Regular Mode

This mode does not provide any degree of elevation or compensated distance, but instead, line of sight distance only. The will still appear below the line of sight numeric display, but there will not be any information displayed in this secondary numeric display.

KNOWING WHICH BALLISTIC GROUP TO SELECT

Bushnell® engineers have worked with Sierra® Bullets ballistic programs and grouped many of the most popular calibers and loads into eight ballistic groups (A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H). Once you know what caliber and load you are shooting simply look through the chart to determine which one of the eight ballistic groups match with your particular load and caliber. For Muzzleloaders, we have worked with PowerBelt Bullets to incorporate ballistic data into two ballistic groups (I and J).

Popular Caliber & Load Combinations

Ballistic group

Federal Cartridge.224 dia. 22-250Rem, 55 gr. Bear Claw at 3600 FPS

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Federal Cartridge.224 dia. 22-250Rem, 60 gr. Partition at 3500 FPS

F

Remington Arms .224 dia. 22-250Remington Arms , 50 gr.V-Maxat 3725 FPS

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Remington Arms .224 dia. 22-250Remington Arms , 55 gr. PSP at 3680 FPS

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Winchester .224 dia. 22-250Rem, 55 gr. Ballistic Silvertip at 3680 FPS

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Winchester .224 dia. 22-250Rem, 55 gr. PSP at 3680 FPS

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Federal Cartridge .277 dia. 270 Win, 150 gr. Ballistic Tip at 3060 FPS

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Federal Cartridge .277 dia. 270 Win, 150 gr. Partition at 3000 FPS

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Remington Arms .277 dia. 270 Win, 140 gr. PSPCL Ultra at 2925 FPS

E

Remington Arms .277 dia. 270 Win, 150 gr. SPCL at 2850 FPS

D

Winchester .277 dia. 270 Win, 150 gr. Partition Gold at 2930 FPS

E

Winchester .277 dia. 270 Win, 150 gr. PP-Plusat 2950 FPS

E

Federal Cartridge .308 dia. 30-06Spring, 180 gr. AccuBond at 2700 FPS

D

Federal Cartridge .308 dia. 30-06Spring, 180 gr. Bear Claw at 2700 FPS

D

Remington Arms .308 dia. 30-06Springfield, 180 gr.A-Frameat 2700 FPS

D

Remington Arms .308 dia. 30-06Springfield, 180 gr. BRPT at 2700 FPS

D

Winchester .308 dia. 30-06Sprg, 180 gr. FailSafe at 2700 FPS

D

Winchester .308 dia. 30-06Sprg, 180 gr. Partition Gold at 2750 FPS

D

Federal Cartridge.308 dia. 300 WSM, 180 gr. AccuBond at 2960 FPS

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Federal Cartridge.308 dia. 300 WSM, 180 gr. Bear Claw at 3025 FPS

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Winchester .308 dia. 300 WSM, 180 gr. Ballistic Silver Tip at 3010 FPS

F

Winchester .308 dia. 300 WSM, 180 gr. Fail Safe at 2970 FPS

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Remington Arms .308 dia. 300 R.S.A.U.M., 180 gr. PSPCL Ultra at 2960 FPS

E

Remington Arms .308 dia. 300 Wby Mag, 180 gr. PSPCL at 3120 FPS

F

Above are a few of the most popular caliber/load combinations. A complete list of approximately 2000 caliber and load combinations can be found on Bushnell’s website (www.bushnell.com). After you have determined which ballistic group corresponds to your caliber and load, select this ballistic group (See MENU SETUP above). The internal formula will determine amount of bullet drop/holdover in inches or centimeters based upon distance, angle, and ballistics of your caliber and load.

This state-of-the-artdigital technology allows the hunter or shooter to know precisely where to hold for an effective shot. This information should be treated as a helpful guide or tool and in no way should it ever replace practice and familiarity with your rifle, cartridge and load. We encourage practice shooting at different ranges so you know how your rifle, cartridge and load will perform under various conditions. Always know what is behind your bullet; if you don’t know, don’t take the shot.

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EXAMPLE

You have a 300 WSM and are shooting the following Winchester brand load: 180 gr. Ballistic Silver Tip bullet at 3010 FPS muzzle velocity. This combination falls under Ballistic Group “F”. After setting the rangefinder to ballistic group “F”, go to the range and sight in your riflescope at 100 yards. If you then take a shot at a target at 317 yds, the bullet drop will be 9 inches. If the shot is at angle of 27 degrees upward, then the corrected bullet drop will be 8 inches.

What if your caliber is not listed?

While we have taken great care to include as many calibers and brand names in our ballistics tables, new loads are always being developed. In addition, some shooters load their own ammunition with unique ballistic characteristics. If you cannot find your load in our ballistic tables, you can still use the bullet drop feature of the laser rangefinder. As above, sight in your rifle at 100 yds. Then shoot the rifle, without adjusting the riflescope, at 300 yds. Measure the bullet drop from the point of aim. Using this drop, select the ballistic group from below. If you will be shooting longer distances then you may want to check the bullet drop at 500 yds. Because there is enormous variation in rifle barrels, chambers, and hand loads, you should thoroughly test the ballistic setting before actual hunting. You may need to move up or down one group depending upon your tests.

If Bullet Drop is:

@300 yds

@300 m

@500 yds

@500 m

Use:

 

 

 

 

A

25–31inches

63–79cm

114–146inches

291–370cm

B

20–25inches

50–63cm

88–114inches

225–291cm

C

16–20inches

40–50cm

72–88inches

182–225cm

D

13–16inches

34–40cm

61–72inches

155–182cm

E

12–13inches

30–34cm

55–61inches

139–155cm

F

10–12inches

25–30cm

47–55inches

119–139cm

G

8–10inches

20–25cm

39–47inches

99–119cm

H

Less than 8 inches

Less than 20 cm

Less than 39 inches

Less than 99 cm

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