A joint effort between Bushnell and Applied Ballistics has resulted in a handy, free application for mobile devices. Available through Google Play or Apple’s App store, the Bushnell Ballistics App helps users to shoot better by providing custom, real-world ballistic data. The program provides 150 Bushnell scope and 30 reticle options to select from, and caters to non-endemic users, too, with selections for general mil- or m.o.a.-based optics. Once pertinent ammunition and ballistic information has been entered, users can create custom range cards out to 800 yds. The Solution tab within the application contains email-ready DOPE changes based on user selections, along with hold-over and subtension data for first- and second-focal-plane optics. Additionally, Bushnell allows for use of the application while off-grid. bushnell.com
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