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Hornady Ballistics features advanced 4DOF trajectory and ballistic calculations based on Doppler Radar measured bullet drag coefficient inputs. Also includes BC based calculator and ammo library
Updated on
Oct 27, 2022

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3.73K reviews
Mark Amacher
December 29, 2022
App does not work very well. It will not remember settings, I set it to mrads and it constantly defaults back to moa. I put in favorites and get results that don't make sense and are incorrect. If I put the same exact info (bullet, altitude, sight height, etc) in under general calculations I get a major difference in the results from favorites. I think when it calculates from favorites it doesn't count altitude, and maybe even other variables.
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James Bush
November 18, 2022
So far, my use and build for a rifle configuration was very simple to figure out. Only thing i had to buy or find someone with, was a chronograph for muzzle velocity. Luckily i had a friend at the range the day i was setting the new scope up. Now, just for confirmation, i need to send bullets down range to confirm accuracte drop compensation adjustments. Weather and environmental conditions seemed to be the toughest to find and that was as simple as getting a weather app with all the right stuff
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Derek Roberg
December 15, 2021
Mostly happy with it. Having to log in to save profiles is silly. Crosswind messes up bullet drop. Setting the wind direction to 90 and 270 degrees results in very different come up results that are much higher and lower than what they would be with a headwind or tailwind. They should be the same in both directions. I get around it by checking bullet drop assuming no wind, and then checking windage. Which is stupid if you are trying to line up a shot while hunting.
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Billing library update and push notification fixes.