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Please perform a firmware update on your unit through using GB manager.
If that does not fix the issue, attempt the following steps to perform an emergency reboot:
*NOTE: If you have a WORLD unit, please replace the MENU button with the PROPLAY button to perform this reboot.
1. Please make sure that the unit is turned OFF.
2. Hold down the MENU button, then press the POWER button simultaneously.
3. Once the LCD (screen) powers on, release the POWER button BUT keep the MENU button pressed.
4. Once you see EMERGENCY REBOOT on the screen, release the MENU button and wait about 3-5 minutes for reboot to factory settings.

You may also try the emergency reboot using your computer (most effective way) by following these steps:
1. Make sure the GolfBuddy is powered off.
2. Please connect your USB cable to the computer WITHOUT your unit.
3. Hold down the Menu button.
4. As you are holding the Menu button down, please connect your GolfBuddy to the USB cable.
5. Once you see the EMERGENCY REBOOT screen, please release the Menu button but leave your unit connected to the USB cable until the process completes.

Optics | Answered on Nov 07, 2019

On what particular equipment ?

Optics | Answered on Nov 06, 2019

British .303 is the type of ammunition, used as the primary British calibre from 1888 - 1957,
there are many different models of rifle that use that ammunition, most famous would be the Lee-Enfield military models. The value will depend on the exact model, the age, the condition, the provenance, and the market.

The Optics | Answered on Nov 03, 2019

There is no way to re-calibrate. Maybe yours is correct and your buddies are off. Get out a measuring tape and check :>)



Optics | Answered on Nov 01, 2019

Yes it's true..his own words


The Optics | Answered on Oct 31, 2019

Contact Remington directly to inquire.

Remington Optics | Answered on Oct 29, 2019

You can buy in any shop with computers gear it is standard USB cable.If you not certain what cable take with you binocular camera

Simmons Outdoor... | Answered on Oct 29, 2019

I had the same problem, but i found an answer.
have a friend with 2 good feet help you with this.
Turn the crutch upside down and place armrest on the ground.
Stand on the outside edges of the armrest and pull crutch upward. The armrest is not glued to the rest of the unit. It's just a snug fit. Once the armrest is removed, the hand piece can be removed.
Now comes the struggle to remove the damaged rubber hand grip, and put the new one on, took me about 5 minutes to do this step.
Then reverse what you've done, put the hand grip back on the crutch, put the armrest back on, turn the crutch upside down, and push the armrest back into place.

Hope this helps!

Optics | Answered on Oct 27, 2019

You should not batter redheads (or, indeed, ladies with any shade of hair). Talking persuasively to them will always produce far better results, and remember - NO means NO !

The Optics | Answered on Oct 23, 2019

UNIT OF MEASURE OPTIONS The YARDAGE PRO TOUR can be used to measure distances in yards or meters. The unit of measure indicators are located in the upper right portion of the LCD. To select between yards and meters, look through the monocular, depress the "mode" button (left side of the unit underneath the BUSHNELL YARDAGE PRO logo) and hold it down for approximately 2 seconds. If you are changing from yards to meters, a change in unit of measure will be indicated by the illumination of the letter M for METER indicator while the YD for YARD indicator is turned off. If you are changing from meters to yards, the opposite will occur. Note: The YARDAGE PRO TOUR will return to the last setting used, each time the unit is turned on.

Bushnell Optics | Answered on Oct 22, 2019

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