Originally Posted by Trez
So.... What happens when the battery dies?
Well if the batteries did die then you couldn't use the gun... Although the scope does hold two batteries and it shows you the power of both of them on the LCD screen. When I used the gun I had the scope powered on for a little over an hour and the power went from about 90 percent to 79 percent life on one battery. The other battery in the scope wont be used until the first battery completely dies. Tracking Point sends three batteries total with the gun and of course a charger too. I am sure you would be able to purchase an extra few if you felt the need.
One other good feature that the gun offers is a traditional shooting mode. The scope will automatically stay zeroed in at 100 yards in case you need to make quicker shorter shots without using the tag and track mechanism. In fact the tag button turns into a range finder at that point, and it is a very responsive find with the range. That is what I used when I was looking for an area to make a 1000+ yard shot because I forgot my handheld rangefinder at my house.