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FIELD OPS WATCH
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INTRO
OVERVIEW
WATCH AND HOURLY
CHIME SETUP
ALARM
CHRONO AND TIMER
SURESHOT® INTRO
BALLISTICS BASICS
SURESHOT® ENVIRONMENT
AND TARGET SETTINGS
SURESHOT® RIFLE DATA
COMPASS CALIBRATION
WATCH BAND
WARRANTY AND SERVICE
WARRANTY SERVICE FORM
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INTRO
Watch Features:
3 Time Zones - Home, T2, T3
Calendar
Chronograph/Alarm/Timer
SureShot® Ballistic Calculator
Field Ops Compass
Bezel Face
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INTRO
Basic Display Modes:
Press A to toggle between watch and
SureShot® mode
Press and hold A to enter Setup modes
Press C to scroll through menus
Press E to enter Compass mode
PRESS
WATCH
PRESS
MENU
OPTIONS
PRESS
HOLD
SETUP
PRESS
MENU
OPTIONS
GO TO COMPASS
HOLD = DEPRESS BUTTON FOR 2 SECONDS.
EL Back-Light:
Press D and watch will Illuminate for 10 seconds.
Press D again to immediately switch off the light.
(It is adviable to turn off the light whenever possible to conserve battery life.)
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WATCH OVERVIEW
HOME TIME
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DATE
ALARM
TIME ZONE2
CHRONO
TIME ZONE3
TIMER
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SURESHOT® OVERVIEW
TARGET (RESULTS)
RANGE
WIND DIRECTION
(1H - 12H)
WIND SPEED
INCLINATION ANGLE
(0° ~ 60°)
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COMPASS OVERVIEW
PRESS
GO TO COMPASS
ACTIVE STATE
30 second loop
STANDBY STATE
PRESS
6
to exit compass and return to HOME TIME
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WATCH SETUP: TIME
HOLD
HOME TIME
PRESS
to click through
setup options
PRESS
to increase value
PRESS
to decrease value
HOURLY CHIME
In HOME TIME mode:
Press
to toggle the
hourly chime ( ) on/off
HOLD
to exit setup
and return to
HOME TIME
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WATCH SETUP: DATE
HOLD
DATE MODE
PRESS
to click through
setup options
PRESS
to increase value
PRESS
to decrease value
HOLD
to exit setup
and return to
DATE
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WATCH SETUP:
TIME 2 AND TIME 3
HOLD
TIME 2 & TIME 3
PRESS
to click through
setup options
PRESS
to increase value
PRESS
to decrease value
HOLD
to exit setup
and return to
TIME
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ALARM SETUP
HOLD
ALARM
PRESS
to click through
HOLD
to exit setup
and return to
ALARM
setup options
PRESS
to increase value
PRESS
to decrease value
In ALARM mode: Press
to toggle the alarm ( ) on/off
Note: Alarm icon appears on screen when activated.
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CHRONOGRAPH
PRESS
to start/stop
CHRONOGRAPH
HOLD
to clear
and reset
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TIMER
TIMER
PRESS
to start/stop
HOLD
to reset
HOLD
to enter
TIMER setup
HOUR
PRESS
to click through
setup options
MINUTE
PRESS
to increase value
PRESS
to decrease value
HOLD
to exit setup
and return to TIMER
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SECONDS
SURESHOT® INTRO
5.11® has partnered with Horus
Vision to bring their popular
software to you in a convenient
and discreet multifunctional
watch platform. Extensive
development and field testing
ensure that the software works
with equal precision in our
watches.
Popular among law enforcement and military snipers, hunters, and
long range shooting enthusiasts, Horus Vision’s unique software
enables shooters to accurately calculate their bullet’s trajectory
and drop at extended ranges, up to and beyond 1000 yards.
This product is produced under license from Horus Vision, LLC and
is protected by U.S. Patents 6,681,512, 6,516,699, 6,453,595, 6,032,374,
and 5,920,995, as well as other pending patents.
WARNING:
THE TECHNOLOGY PROVIDED BY THIS WATCH IS NOT INTENDED
TO, AND IT CANNOT REPLACE, SHARPSHOOTING TRAINING
AND EXPERIENCE, NOR IS IT INTENDED OR ABLE TO ADDRESS
ALL VARIABLES THAT MIGHT AFFECT ANY GIVEN SITUATION.
RELYING UPON THE WATCH’S TECHNOLOGY WITHOUT
EXTENSIVE TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE AND WITHOUT
CAREFULLY CONSIDERING AND ACCOUNTING FOR ALL RELEVANT
CIRCUMSTANCES AND FACTORS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS
INJURY OR DEATH.
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BALLISTICS BASICS
Temperature: As air temperature increases, air density decreases.
And as air density decreases it offers less resistance against your
bullet’s flight which can affect the bullet’s point of impact.
Bore Height: The distance between the center of your bore and
the center of your scope. It is expressed as inches and tenths, eg
1.7 inches. It is not the height of your rings. Your scope should be
mounted as low as possible to the barrel, but not touching.
Ballistic Coefficient: This is the efficiency of the bullet as it
travels through space. This information is available for popular
match type bullets from quality bullet manufacturers. It is typically
expressed like .533. Many bullet manufacturers post the Ballistic
Coefficient data on their web site, or check your reloading books.
Muzzle Velocity: This is the speed at which the bullet leaves
the barrel of your rifle. This number is the average of a series of
bullets fired through a chronograph. Typically a group of 10 shots
provides a good average. That number is expressed in FPS, or
Feet Per Second.
Zero Range: This is the range at which you have zeroed your rifle.
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Display: You have the option of displaying your bullet’s point of
impact in Mildots, SMOA or TMOA. We recommend that you begin
with SMOA. Once you understand the concept and application
you will be better informed to select between Mildot, SMOA and
TMOA.
Clicks: Most scopes have quarter-minute clicks (4 clicks of
adjustment within an inch at 100 yards). Some scopes offer eighthminute clicks, while some may even offer half or third-minute
clicks. Select the appropriate number of clicks per minute.
Units: Select from English or Metric units.
SIDEBAR: In order for the 5.11 Field Ops watch to calculate your
bullet’s trajectory with any reliability, your rifle and you need to
be capable of “1 MOA” shooting. That is you need to be able to
shoot a 1-inch group at 100 yards. MOA means “Minute of Angle”
and is approximately 1” at 100 yards. MOA is further expressed
as SMOA (“Shooter’s Minute of Angle”) and (“True Minute of
Angle”). TMOA is true minute of angle and equals 1.047 inch drop
at 100 yards. To make the math easier, some scope manufacturers
use SMOA or Shooters minute of angle = 1 inch drop at 100
yards. Mildot is another popular unit of measure for tactical and
long-range shooters.
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SURESHOT® ENVIROMENT
AND TARGET SETTINGS
PRESS
RANGE
SURESHOT™
RESULTS
WIND DIRECTION
PRESS
to exit setup
and return to
HOME TIME
PRESS
to click through
setup options
WIND
SPEED
PRESS
to increase value
INCLINATION ANGLE
PRESS
to decrease value
Note: During any programming mode, hold
to immediately return to the Target Results screen.
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SURESHOT® RIFLE DATA
TEMPERATURE
HOLD
to enter
setup
UNITS
ALTITUDE
SURESHOT™
RESULTS
PRESS
BORE HEIGHT
CLICKS
to click through
setup options
BALLISTIC
COEFFICIENT
DISPLAY
PRESS
to increase value
MUZZLE
VELOCITY
PRESS
ZERO RANGE
to decrease value
HOLD
to exit setup
and return to
RESULTS
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COMPASS CALIBRATION
Compass Calibration:
To ensure that your compass is providing
an accurate result, or if your compass
displays an ERROR message, follow
these steps to calibrate your compass.
While in Compass
Mode HOLD
MAGNETIC DECLINATION SETTING
Q : Why set the magnetic
declination?
A : Compass usually indicates
the direction of magnetic
north. However, magnetic
north is not true north. In order
to make the compass indicate
true north, the magnetic
declination should be set to
compensate for the difference
between magnetic north and
true north.
PRESS
to increase value
PRESS
to decrease value
PRESS
to confirm and
go to COMPASS
PRESS
calibrate
compass
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CALIBRATION STATE
Compass Calibration:
Place the watch on a flat, level surface. The digital
bezel will animate clockwise. Rotate the watch one
rotation per minute for two-to-three minutes. The
watch will pause after each minute, then restart the
bezel animation.
After three minutes, the watch will run a data check to
ensure that the calibration is complete.
During any point in this calibration, pressing
will
confirm calibration and the watch will attempt to run a
data check.
If the data check is correct the compass will state:
“CAL DONE”. If the data check is not correct, the
compass will state: “CAL ERROR”, or “TRY AGAIN”.
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WATCHBAND
TO CHANGE OR REPLACE STRAP
Use the 5.11® strap tool (included) and follow the diagrams below.
When tightening screws, be sure to carefully screw and tighten to
a firm but not forced end - Do not over tighten the screw.
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WARRANTY
Scope of Warranty
5.11, Inc. (“5.11”) warrants each watch sold by 5.11 or its
authorized dealers (“Product”) to be free of defects in materials or
workmanship for two (2) years, or for the maximum period allowed
by the laws of your jurisdiction, if less.
Exclusions from Coverage
Excluded from coverage under this warranty are the following:
• Products purchased other than from 5.11 or from an authorized
5.11 dealer.
• Damage resulting from abuse or misuse.
• Damage resulting from extended wear and tear.
• Damage resulting from opening, tampering, or a customer
modification.
• Damage resulting from attempted service or repairs by an
unauthorized service provider.
• Damage resulting from exposure to a caustic substance.
• Consequential, incidental, indirect, punitive, exemplary, and/or
special damages (although some states in the United States do
not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential or incidental
damages, so this exclusion might not apply to you).
This warranty is the exclusive warranty provided by 5.11 relating
to the product and, to the maximum extent permitted by law, 5.11
disclaims all other express or implied warranties.
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WARRANTY AND SERVICE
State and International Laws
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have
other rights which vary from state to state in the United States and in
other countries.
What You Will Need to Do
If 5.11 determines that the Product is defective, 5.11 will either replace
the Product or repair the Product. All determinations made by 5.11 will
be within 5.11’s sole discretion and will be final.
All warranty claims MUST include a purchase receipt that clearly
shows the purchase date. Packaging or this instruction booklet is
NOT proof of purchase from an authorized dealer.
We will always do our best to ensure your watch is repaired with the
utmost care and consideration. In some cases, however, discontinued
styles may not be repairable as the parts may be obsolete and not
available. If we cannot repair your part with an exact match, we will
offer you a comparable part in its place.
All returns by 5.11 in the United States will be sent using ground
shipping; shipments being returned to a P.O. Box will be made using
U.S. Mail. All returns to international customers will be sent using
standard shipping.
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WARRANTY SERVICE
If you have a warranty claim, please contact 5.11 for a Return
Authorization (RA) number at the address below. Watches received
at our authorized service facility without RA numbers will not be
repaired under the terms of the warranty. Do not send your watch to
5.11 for service or repair.
5.11, Inc.
4300 Spyres Way
Modesto, CA 95356
Phone: 209-527-4511
Toll Free: 866-451-1726
Fax: 209-527-1511
Email: customerservice@511tactical.com
If you need service or repairs not covered under the warranty, please
contact our authorized service facility for an estimate of the cost and
time for the work requested:
Watch Service Company
3443 S. State Street #5
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Toll Free: 877-972-8463
Email: info@watchservices.com
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WARRANTY CLAIM FORM
Include this completed warranty claim form when you
send your watch to our authorized service facility for
warranty repairs.
NAME:
RETURN ADDRESS:
DAYTIME PHONE:
WITH AREA CODE
E-MAIL:
AUTHORIZATION
NUMBER:
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROBLEM:
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