State of the art ballistics solver for calculating long range rifle trajectories. This solver and the library of ballistic coefficients is provided by Applied Ballistics and is the most accurate and complete ballistics app available.
I just downloaded the app and found a problem. Built my rifle profile. They didn’t have an MOA scope only specific models. Build my bullet data. For some reason when I look at the ballistics and graph my bullet MV starts 1000fps faster than it actually is. That’s going to make for some horrible data. I already had the Hornady BC but I liked the graphs and charts in this one. We will see.
Very disappointed with app support. I have been unable to input any data. Emailed twice asking for help with no response. Even a reply with something like we’re working on it would be nice. I guess I expect to much from a $30 app.
It’s a great app but I haven’t used it for a while and since one of the updates it is pretty much useless, I can’t input any data in most fields right now... hopefully the glitches get worked out because until now it’s been an amazing tool
No more support to fix bugs . Do not buy
I love all things long range shooting, I want to say that first. I was looking for a ballistic calculator that would show a separate column for Coriolis, the description made it sound like this iPad that. The ballistic drop down columns don’t lineup on the iPad format. And Coriolis is Selectable, but the offset is not displayed separately so you can’t distinguish what’s Coriolis vs Spindrift vs Wind. So the apps not really give me what I’m looking for. The interface is kind of awkward also. Some of the free calculators are better. I wanted this to be great. I can’t help but feel that this is just trying to get people to buy the $200 analytics package which I’m not going to do.
Bought the app and noticed it didn’t have the reticle I currently have is there anyway to get the EBR-2C FFP reticle on the list?
Outstanding app, nothing more needs to be said! With that said, lol, TReMor3 and MSR would be nice to have included someday (however you can always make it work with the 2 and the basic duplex MRAD).
I’m a firm believer that Bryan Litz has forgotten more about ballistics than the majority of shooters will ever know, let alone understand. With that said, this app relies on the input of accurate information. The more accurate the inputs, the more accurate the resulting output. You absolutely must use accurate muzzle velocity based on accurate atmospheric readings at the time of measurement. It is crucial to then take accurate atmospheric readings at the time of the shot. There are several good ballistic apps out there, but I’ve not seen one any more accurate than Applied Ballistics. If you expect any ballistics app to give accurate information based on the muzzle velocity printed on the ammo box and what the local weatherman says the barometric pressure and temperature are, you’re not going to be happy with the results. Ballistics are all about the math and adding 4+5 will not get you to 10.
The HUD displays when a person changes the distance/wind do not adjust in the respective display panels, however the data for adjustments is displaying. An example, you will see the distance display as 950 yards, when adjusting the distance the yardage display does not change but the solutions change. The problem this causes is one may think they have a solution for XX yardage, but in fact the displayed distance is incorrect. Tried calling the customer service number as well as emailed costumer support.....crickets. Maybe they will fix these issues with the next update. Otherwise, great info and data. Easy to use and was extremely pleased before the software update. Now I’m patiently waiting on the fix to this issue.
Ballistics table doesn’t format correctly on iPad.