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About this app

The ATN Ballistics app works in conjunction with the ATN Laser Ballistics Laser Range Finder Series. The LBLRF connects to your smart phone via Bluetooth in order to assist you in making Point of Impact adjustments using a traditional day rifle scope. This rangefinder offers an innovative and user-friendly approach. Connecting the rangefinder with your phone shows you exactly by how many clicks you need to adjust your scope turrets in order to hit the target.

You are able to manipulate all ballistic information to generate the best shooting solution for your specific Day Scope and weapons platform.

-You can save 5 Ballistic Profiles so you have your favorites ready when you need them.

-You can select either imperial or metric system of measurement.

-Works with both MOA and MIL turrets.

-Ability to change environmental data.

-Intuitive Graphical User Interface.

-Ability to make absolute and relative click adjustments.
Updated on
Nov 6, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

93 reviews
Tim Massey
November 20, 2022
The LRF will not pair with my Galaxy Note 10 phone. If I try to connect through the phones settings it wants a pin to pair. It will not connect to the LRF through the app at all. The app is easy to set up the ballistics for whatever you want to shoot. It only allows you to store 5 profiles however. The idea of ranging, using the app to dial in the dope is totally lost without the connectivity. I could have bought a less expensive range finder and calculate the dope manually like now!
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A Google user
August 29, 2019
Work as well so far. I would like to see the following updates. The corrected mil dot impact point is a function of the scope magnification. Provide the user a place to input the scope magnification. The current version assumes a 10X mag. Also output the numerical values of the mil dot corrections (elevation and windage) on the scope reticle screen. Lastly, run the calculations at ranges of 10yards or more. Thank you.
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Ben MaryniaK
December 5, 2023
I have a laser ballistic 1000 range finder. Problem is the calculations are right but the plus/minus is exactly reversed. I see no adjustment for polarities.
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What's new

- Android 13 support
- BLE support for Android 13
- support of ATN 10X42 LRF
- new max distance is up to 3000m
- small fixes