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1300 Rangef inderThe Ranger 1300 Rangefinder Ranger 1300 SpecificationsRange Reflective: 9–1300 yards (9–1189 meters)Range Deer: 9–600 yards (9–594 meters)Accuracy: /- 3 yards @ 1000 yardsMaximum Angle Reading: /- 60 degrees (INC 50)Measuring Time: 1 secondBattery Life: 2000 single range minimumThe Ranger is an extremely effective anglecompensated laser rangefinder intended for botharcher and rifle shooter. Using the primary HCD(Horizontal Component Distance) mode, the Rangerprovides the key angle compensated range informationrequired by the vast majority of rifle and bow shootersin a simple, quick to read display.The Ranger also providesLOS (Line of Sight) modeand Scan feature along withadjustments for reading inyards or meters and settingthe brightness of thedisplay.Operating Temperature: 14 to 131 F (–10 to 55 C)Magnification: 6xPlease be sure to read entire manual prior to using theRanger.Objective Lens: 22 mmEye Relief: 17 mmDiopter: /- 3 dioptersImages are for representation only. Product may vary slightly from what is shown.23

1300 Rangef inderBasic OperationInstall battery withpositive side facingoutwards.Install BatteryOpen the batterycompartment andinstall the CR2battery includedwith the Ranger.Menu ButtonMeasure ButtonAdjustFocus withEyecupLanyardAttachmentUtility ClipSockets(Attaches to Either Side)Power Up –Remove batterycompartment cover.Once you install thebattery, the Ranger is in Ready Condition—the normalpower-off condition when not ranging. To power upthe Ranger from Ready Condition and prepare forranging, press and release the Measure button. TheHCD or LOS ranging screen will display. TheRanger will power down automatically afterten seconds of non-use.FocusTurn the eyecup in or out until image issharp.BatteryPower IndicatorBatteryCompartment45

1300 Rangef inderSet and Save Mode Selections in 3 StepsMode SelectionYour Ranger is factory set to the anglecompensating HCD mode, yards, andmedium brightness. For most users, theseare the preferred settings.1. Choose between theHCD and LOS Modes.Mode SelectionTo change modes, after the Ranger isDisplaypowered up activate the Mode Selectionby pressing and holding the Menu buttonfor at least four seconds. Once the Mode Selection screendisplays, release the button.As you progress through Mode Selection, you may exit at anytime and save your settings by pressing and holding the Menubutton for at least four seconds—the Ranger will then returnto power-up condition.Use the Menubutton to activatethe Mode Selectiondisplays.Use the Measurebutton to togglethrough eachMode Selectionoption.6After activating the ModeSelection, press theMeasure button to togglebetween the HCD and LOSChoose Between HCD and LOSdisplays. Press the Menubutton to save your desiredchoice and move to the Yards/Meters selectionscreen.2. Choose betweenYards and MetersDisplay.Press the Measure buttonto toggle between theYards and Meters display.Press the Menu button to Choose Between Yards and Meterssave your desired choiceand move to the Brightness selection screen.7

1300 Rangef inder3. Choose the Brightness Setting.The Ranger provides three illumination settings. Press theMeasure button to toggle through the three Brightnesssettings. Press the Menu button to save your desired settingand move back to HCD/LOS selection screen.R angingWith the Ranger powered up, position the crosshair on thetarget object and press and release the Measure button to getthe distance measurement. If the laser is not able to rangedue to the reflectivity of the target, you will see a displaysimilar to that shown here. To range a new target, simply reaim and press the Measure button again.NoReflectivityDisplayedScan R angingChoose Between One of Three Brightness SettingsTo exit Mode Selection and save settings, press and hold theMenu button for four seconds. Settings will also save whenRanger powers down automatically.With the Ranger powered up, activateScan Ranging by pressing and holdingthe Measure button down. A blinking “S”will appear in the lower left corner.Keeping the button depressed willcontinuously measure distance as youpan the crosshair back and forth acrosstarget objects. Releasing the Measurebutton will return laser to the Power UpCondition.HCDS canLOSS can89

1300 Rangef inderR anging Mode ExplanationsUsing the HCD ModeThe Ranger provides two range modes: HCD (HorizontalComponent Distance) and LOS (Line of Sight). Both modesoffer a Scan feature.HCD ModeThe Ranger HCD range display is intended to be theprimary mode—used for most all rifle and archery shootingconditions. The yardage number displayed is the criticalhorizontal component distance.Use the HCD range mode in the following situations: Rifle shooting on level ground at any range. Rifle shooting out to ranges of 800 yards with mild slopes(less than 15 degrees). Rifle shooting out to ranges of 400 yards with moderateslopes (15 to 30 degrees). For all archery shooting.indLYa r050feoSightHorizontal Component Distance385 Yards10Note: See page 13 for method of reading slope degree in LOSmode.The displayed HCD yardage number is corrected for shot angleand needs no extra userUse 525 yardinput; shooters simply use thelevel groundappropriate level ground bulletdrop data todrop and wind adjustment forthe range displayed and shoot.make shot.Archers use the appropriatelevel ground sight pin for the range displayed and shoot.11

1300 Rangef inderLOS ModeThe Ranger LOS (Line of Sight) mode is intended for rifleshooters who are using slope correcting ballistic drop datacards, ballistic cell phone applications, or PDAs with ballisticprograms and who are shooting at distances beyond 500yards and with slopes greater than 15 degrees. Most shootersand archers will not need the LOS mode.The range number displayed in LOS mode is the actual lineof sight range with no ballistic correction for slope. Most ofthe commonly used ballistic devices can provide independentslope correction for bullet drop data and require actual lineof sight range input. Using the LOS range when calculatingbullet wind drifts under these steep slope/long rangeconditions will provide a higher degree of accuracy than usingthe HCD range.To use, simply input the LOS range number into the electronicdevice or use the LOS range when referencing ballistic dropcards with slope correction.12LOS Mode – Using the INC NumberWhen in LOS mode, an additional number is displayed belowthe yardage number. This number is slope shown in degrees.LOS RangeIncline angleThe slope incline number can be used with drop charts orfield cards to calculate precise bullet drops in mountainousterrain.13

1300 Rangef inderScan FeatureTripod Use for R angingThe Scan feature can be used to range moving targets orhelp range smaller targets on uniform backgrounds in eitherHCD or LOS modes. Once powered up, press and hold theMeasure button and scan laser back and forth, watching forchanges in the yardage number as crosshairs move across thetarget object. A blinking “S” display indicates Scan Rangingis activated.Using a tripod to steady therangefinder will increase yourability to range small targets atlonger distances. If the Ranger isused on a tripod, the reticle mayappear tilted depending on tripodlevel.Scanning to get range:LanyardWhen not using a tripod,the lanyard provides asecure way to carry yourrangefinder.Tripod SocketLoop lanyard throughattachment sockets.Maintenance Use lens brush to remove dust or grit from lenses.Scan back and forth, watching foryardage number to display or change. Use a clean lens cloth or tissue to remove smudges orsmears from lenses. Store rangefinder in a dry location away from directsunlight.1415

1300 Rangef inderRangefinding TipsLaser rangefinders work by emitting a brief pulse of light aimed ata target object. Distance is determined by the amount of time takenfor the light to emit and return to the laser’s internal receiver. Alaser’s ability to read range can be affected by many things—mostlyrelating to the target objects. Under ideal conditions, the Rangercan be expected to range a large reflective object out to 1300 yardsand deer-sized game out to 650 yards. Light colors will usually reflect the laser pulse better than dark ones.An exception would be snow, which can be difficult to range. Shiny, reflective surfaces will usually reflect the laser pulse betterthan dull, textured surfaces. Animal hair will not reflect as well as ahard surface. Ranging while under cloud cover can improve laser performancecompared to ranging while under bright sunny conditions. Solid objects, such as rock piles, will reflect the laser pulse betterthan less dense items such as bushes. Flat surfaces perpendicular to the laser pulse will reflect better thancurved surfaces or surfaces angled in relation to laser pulse. Ranging over water can sometimes cause false reflections andreadings. At longer distances, larger objects will be easier to range than smallobjects.FCC RequirementsThe user’s manual or instruction manual for an intentional or unintentional radiator shall caution the user that changes or modifications notexpressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could voidthe user’s authority to operate the equipment.Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with thelimits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCCRules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protectionagainst harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, ifnot installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may causeharmful interference to radio communications. However, there is noguarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. Ifthis equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or televisionreception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off andon, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one ormore 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 fromthat to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. If you are having difficulty ranging an animal or object, try ranginga different nearby object or use the Scan feature to pan back andforth while watching for changes in range number.1617

1300 Rangef inderLaser Safety and PrecautionsDo not stare into beam or view directly without laser eye protection.Staring continuously into beam for prolonged periods of time couldcause harm to your eyes. If used properly, this device is safe foryour eyes and laser eye protection is not needed. Use the correct battery (CR2) and proper battery orientation. Do not look at sun. Do not activate Menu or Measure buttons while aiming at eyeor looking into objective lens. Do not disassemble. Do not allow children to play with unit.AVOID EXPOSURELASER RADIATION IS EMITTED FROM THIS APERTURELASER RADIATION AVOID EYE EXPOSURE CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCTTHIS PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH IEC 60825-1:2014-05 Ed.3.0 AND IEC 60825-1:2007-03 Ed.2.0THIS PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH 21CFR SUBCHAPTER J PARTS 1040.10 AND 1040.11EXCEPT FOR DEVIATIONS PURSUANT TO LASER NOTICE NO.50 DATED JUNE 24, 2007.Sheltered Wings, Inc. One Vortex Drive, Barneveld, Wl 53507 January 2017CAUTION - Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified hereinmay result in hazardous laser radiation exposure.VIP WARRANTYOUR UNCONDITIONAL PROMISE TO YOU.We promise to repair or replacethe product. Absolutely free. Unlimited Unconditional Lifetime WarrantyLearn more at www.VortexOptics.comservice@VortexOptics.com 800-426-0048Note: The VIP Warranty does not cover loss, theft, deliberatedamage, or cosmetic damage not affecting product performance.1819

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The Ranger also provides LOS (Line of Sight) mode and Scan feature along with adjustments for reading in yards or meters and setting the brightness of the display. Please be sure to read entire manual prior to using the Ranger. Ranger 1300 Specifications Range Reflective: 9–1300 yards (9–1189 meters) Range Deer: 9–600 yards (9–594 meters)

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