Question about Bushnell Tour V2 Pinseeker Laser Rangefinder
Posted by Anonymous on
I took mine apart peeling back the rubber undo all the screws unclip apart and unclipped the ribbon from the on button cleaned and checked that the button was clicking okay and everything inside was in place turned back on and working fine now.
Posted on Dec 02, 2019
I have a Bushnell Tour V2 that has worked very well for over 8 years and it just started doing the same thing with the frozen screen and 1888 yards. Since I just replaced the battery that I bought at a Pro Shop about 6 months ago I thought the battery was fine. I looked at the battery and did not recognize the brand so I went out and bought a new Copper Top Duracell and BANG it is working again just like new.
Posted on Apr 12, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bushnell Tour V2..no display
If the unit gets hot (like in the trunk of a car), the LCD display will go out. Keep it in the house and it should get better when it cools.
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
Sounds like the unit is reading in meters instead of yards....Hold down the mode button on the side for about 5 seconds. It should switch modes.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
SOURCE: Bushnell Laser Range Finder
you have it on the meters setting not the yards setting. hold the scan button down for three seconds or longer and it will revert to the other form. a meter is nearly 10% longer than a yard.
Posted on May 06, 2009
If it is 2 years or less from the date of purchase.....send a copy of the POP (proof of purchase) or call them......! It should be under warranty. This is the real deal!!!
rate if you can!!
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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Jan 07, 2017 | Bushnell Optics
Simply put, the Mil-Dot is a way to estimate range with the scopes reticle. This type of reticle was developed for military applications. The space between the dot centers is equal to one milliradian (Mil). hence the name mil-dot. One Mil equals 3.6" inches at 100 yards, or 36" at 1,000 yards. To use this system effectively you must know the size of the target. For instance most people are an average of 6 feet tall or 2 yards. The formula used for determining range to the target is (size of target x 1000 divided by number of mils the target covers). Hope this helps FixYa up.
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