External ballistics calculator

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4.3
545 reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

Precise and easy to use ballistic calculator with fast data entry on one page and 5 configurable presets.
Calculates the fall and drift of a bullet's wind and clicks in various angles.
Use for metric and imperial units.
Works with G1 ballistic tables.
Altitude detection via GPS.
Data is displayed via configurable table with the required items,
including also six columns with site angle clicks, from 10° to 35° with 5° steps.
Graph with the possibility to set the kill-zone.
Includes a ballistic coefficient calculator (G1), entering the initial and final speed of a given space.
Metric and imperial units converter and an angle converter.
Also includes a click/MoA calibration calculator.
Updated on
May 7, 2024

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Data isn’t encrypted
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.4
524 reviews
Wes Dixon
January 15, 2021
Seems be as accurate as the info you enter. If your ammo stats are accurate then the results you get will be accurate based on my use. 5 stars if it allowed more input data such as barrel length which is a factor to consider.
12 people found this review helpful
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Mickey Duck
February 19, 2021
Enter your settings with due care and you'll find the ballistic calculations are extremely accurate. Easy to use, top notch. #8^) One request: freeze the 1st column and headers so scrolling through a table is easier to navigate. Like freeze panes in a spreadsheet. Would make the usablilty perfect. Cheers.
24 people found this review helpful
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J. Franklin
March 2, 2021
You have to re-enter the end range every time you open the app, despite it saving your last value, otherwise you can't change the zero value. Other than that, it works great, and even compensates for scope offset.
15 people found this review helpful