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Thread: What's a good App ?

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    What's a good App ?

    What do you recommend as a good App, ballistic wise, for my iPhone ?


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    i use ballistic fte i like it,atb wayne

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    Ballistic FTE is pretty good
    A pat on the back is often just a recce for the knife.

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    I have installed Ballistic FTE, (Field Tactical Edition) I haven't had a chance to try it on long ranges but so far far it's been pretty much spot on up to 200m!

    The great thing with this version is that it can pull in local weather conditions and also factor in the angle to the target and update accordingly.

    The HUD feature is also a great help!

    Here's a link to the website:

    edit: looks like mel beat me to it!

    My Hunting Blog: click here

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    thats the puppy ,great. the more input you give it the more accurate it gets,atb wayne

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    Yep Ballistic FTE is brilliant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPA 6MM BR View Post
    Yep Ballistic FTE is brilliant.
    + another!

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    I use "i-snipe" sometimes, which i find to be a very easy to use and helpful app, i think its cheaper so it depends how much detail you are looking for.
    if its just trajectory graphs and tables you want, i-snipe has everything you will need and has a good database of cartridges.

    Ballistic FTE is a very good app also.

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