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Old 10-07-2012, 11:58 PM   #21
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That sucks I cant use nikon's spot on program because I run ubuntu linux and linux doesnt utilize java :/

I just bought this same scope only its the .22LR rimfire version and tried to register for the spot on prog and it wouldnt work .
Since you run Ubuntu i assume you may not have an iPhone. But if you do have one you can get the spot on app for iPhone. And I am not sure but ill be its available for android as well.
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Nikon does have a Spot On app for Android users. $4.99 I think.

We should have that Rem. 36 gr. 22lr ammo in Spot On when the next update is done.
Again, we try to stay current, so if you run across something not in there, drop me a note so we can get it added. I have won 2 lunches on bet's regarding obsecure cal.'s that guy's didn't think we would have in the program, so help keep us informed.

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Old 10-09-2012, 10:33 PM   #23
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Not a big difference but we like to have everything in the que. I work freelance for an advertising agency that works for Nikon so I do a lot of different things. Shooting event's,social media, Shot Show, teaching and about anything else I am asked to do....

Here's a pic of my P-22 Scopes with P-Series Mounts.

http://i1216.photobucket.com/albums/dd363/bman940/P-22Scopesnmount.jpg
My prostaff just came in the mail . So thats awesome. Only difference I can see off the bat is the p-22 has exposed turrets otherwise looks pretty similar. Magnification was different too if I remember . Mine is 3-9x40 and the p22 if im not mistaken is 2-7x32??
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Since you run Ubuntu i assume you may not have an iPhone. But if you do have one you can get the spot on app for iPhone. And I am not sure but ill be its available for android as well.
Yea I looked in google play and its definitely there.. ill be picking that app up ... pretty amazing things these phones can do.
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That sucks I cant use nikon's spot on program because I run ubuntu linux and linux doesnt utilize java :/

I just bought this same scope only its the .22LR rimfire version and tried to register for the spot on prog and it wouldnt work .
I know this thread is old, by fwiw, Java is available for Linux Mint, and SpotOn runs fine on it. I have the CD version of SpotOn which is 1.0, and can't figure out how to get the update to run. Just thought I'd throw that in if any one is interested.
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gw, Thanks for the info.! Always nice to hear about new ways to make Spot On work on different OS's.

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this is a tiny bit off topic, but try Hawke optics scopes. They have some of the technology built in to help you zero in your firearms. i saw it in action once, VERY impressive =) (and NO i do NOT work for them lol)

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Anti, There are a lot of optic option's out there, best thing for someone to do is ask question's, look down some tubes and buy the scope that you think will fit your needs the best. At the end of the day I want you to be happy with your choice.

Here's a pic of an Austrailan freind of mine who wanted to buy this rifle/scope combination after shooting this group!

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Bman, that's not a group. When you're that tight, it becomes a Family.
That one nice shootn' Rifle/Scope combo there.

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Tri, Thanks!

GW, send me an e-mail and I'll help you out with Spot On.
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