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How to use the Hawke ChairGun Pro software made easy

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Hi lads,

 

Just a quick video clip again :icon_redface: ,

 

This time it’s me demonstrating how to use and set up the Hawke ChairGun Pro software :thumbs: .

 

I also show you how to calibrate your own mildots using the software once it’s set up :thumbs: .

 

I hope that this tutorial helps a lot of people out :yes: .

 

Once you see how easy it is to setup and use you will realise just what a great program it is :notworthy: .

 

I have used layman’s terms to get my message over to both young hunters and the experienced a like ;) .

 

The free software can be down loaded from

 

http://www.hawkeoptics.com/global/

 

To make the video clear and full screen please do the following things:

 

1 Press play on the clip here in Hunting Life.

 

2. Click in the centre of the player screen once the clip is playing to go direct to YouTube.

 

3. Once in YouTube change the screen resolution in the bottom right corner from 360 to (720)HD.

 

4. Then make the clip full screen in the bottom right hand corner.

 

Or you can just change to resolution in the clip here if you are happy with a small screen.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TX_29wDJ6t0

 

Enjoy

 

Si

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FANTASTIC!! :thumbs:

 

very well done si

must say i was surprised on the trajectory of the .22 when zeroed @25yds,as jim tyler has always said he always zeroed at 25.5/26.5yds :thumbs:

 

me tinks i will try and re zero to 25yds and see what happens with the .22 :thumbs:

 

regards

 

davy

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Hi Davy,

 

Glad that you like the clip mate :thumbs:

 

Yes the 25 metre zero on a .22 rifle at full power is awesone to assist in staying within the kill zone as much as possble along its trajectory pal :thumbs: .

 

All you need to do once its set up is to look at the graph, and anything from the green trajectory line above the red scope line, you know requires hold under while anything below it requires hold over.

 

The software even tells you how much to apply too :thumbs:

 

I hope that it was easy to understand how i explained it pal ;)

 

Regards

 

Si

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hi si

 

SPOT ON !! :thumbs:

 

and this is when you mention the probalic ??

 

 

i use the hawke brc,because i cant run chairgun on my pc some how but i think there is going to be a marksman to my rescue soon! i hope with some very clean pants! on!!

to help me get it up and running! the program that is lol

 

regards

 

davy

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LOL Davy :thumbs:

 

Come on Tony, you can do it pal :boogie:

 

Yes Davy, spot on buddy :yes: .

 

Thats where parabolic comes in ;)

 

Regards

 

Si

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Great video.

 

That finally makes sense of it and what's even better is your set up is almost exactly the same as mine except I have a fixed mag at x10 but looking at that I might swap scopes over and use x7 makes life real easy then.

 

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Excellent post - thanks Si, much appreciated.

 

Sib

 

 

hi sib

how are ya buddy,havent seen ya about for a while :thumbs:

 

regards

 

davy

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Nice post Zini, do you think the 1.77 boys will catch on now :whistling:

 

 

We might if we can understand how to press the keys on our computers , then we might stand a chance of understanding the pellet drop that catches us out , oh so often :thumbs:

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