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Nosler Ballistics

Nosler Ballistics

$1.99

(2 stars)

(31)


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1,000 - 5,000 downloads

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Nosler Ballistics is a trajectory calculator and range log for Android devices. This application calculates trajectory, windage, velocity, energy, and bullet flight time for any valid range, and can compensate for atmospheric conditions such as temperature, barometric pressure, humidity, and altitude (it can also accept density of air or density altitude input).

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Comments and ratings for Nosler Ballistics
  • (26 stars)

    by Kevin Renfroe on 26/05/2014

    There is no way to input a decimal point. Also it does not have all BC of their bullets.

  • (26 stars)

    by Timothy Repka on 21/05/2014

    Need to have more and newer calabers added to it

  • (26 stars)

    by Philip Gragg on 26/04/2014

    Against my better judgment, I downloaded this app. I'm confident that eventually, Nosler will employ someone to optimize this app and it will be amazing. Until then, don't buy until the reviews get better...

  • (26 stars)

    by Roger Roehl on 24/03/2014

    Put this on both android and ipad . neither one will auto load weather.

  • (26 stars)

    by TONY L on 30/01/2014

    Get weather function does not work on 4g or 3g, just keeps loading, App needs to be fixed. Samsung Note 2

  • (26 stars)

    by Andrew Scott on 04/01/2014

    Was expecting more from a major manufacturer. They need to sue whomever their outsourced this app development to. Will be seeking a refund.

  • (26 stars)

    by Jack Martin on 14/12/2013

    Using HTC Rezound. Was playing with it to check functionality. Tried turning on both wifi and GPS, never could get weather data. Slower than molasses in Antarctica, unresponsive at times, tutorials would be helpful, especially where references can vary between people (e.g. Wind angle), hard to adjust settings, confusing in several places because I don't know what some of the terms are yet, couldn'