Shooter (Ballistic Calculator)

Shooter (Ballistic Calculator)

By Kennedy Development Group, LLC

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2011-11-11
  • Current Version: 1.3.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 4.73 MB
  • Developer: Kennedy Development Group, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 8.1 or later.
Score: 3
3
From 170 Ratings

Description

Shooter is an external ballistics calculator designed to bring you highly accurate solutions quickly. Shooter accomplishes this by saving your firearm and ammo data and makes it easily selectable upon loading the app as well as providing features like Kestrel and WeatherFlow integration to import your atmospherics via Bluetooth. Shooter has successfully aided hunters, marksmen and sniper teams for years. Some key features: * An extremely accurate, fast and proven ballistics solver created by Berger Bullet's chief ballistician and champion shooter Bryan Litz * Save firearm and ammo data as profiles so you don't have to continually entering the same constant data over and over each time you want a calculation * You probably have several firearms and loads. It's tedious entering all this data on a handheld device. With Shooter, you can login to a web interface using your PC at http://manage.shooterapp.net and enter/manage all your firearm/ammo data then simply sync it to your device. * Finger-controlled graphical wind dial for easy wind angle input * Online profile backup included at no extra charge * Built-in large bullet library to make it simpler to add your ammo profiles. Shooter now supports syncing bullet data from the cloud in order to provide quicker updates for newly released bullets * Supports Coriolis Effect and Spin Drift calculations; Can get your Latitude and Azimuth for Coriolis Effect using GPS and compass. * Automatic-atmosphere input using your GPS location and nearest weather station * Zero-atmosphere support. This will auto-account for changes to your zero when shooting in a different atmosphere * Solution screen which allows for extremely quick and easy changing of shot distance, wind or lead speed * Load atmospherics from Kestrel 5000-series, Kestrel DROP 1/2/3 or WeatherFlow WeatherMeter * Graph bullet path, drift and velocity with ability to compare up to 6 loads at once * Velocity Calibration tool which helps you determine your muzzle velocity. * Email trajectory table output * Full metric support For more information and operation manual, please visit http://www.shooterapp.net/manual.php

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Reviews

  • Worth the money

    4
    By Dadadadinosaur
    Managed to get hits on a 10" gong at 1200 in 5 rounds with this app. First time shooting long range and using a $200 vortex crossfire, so I'm sure the app calculations were much more accurate than my scope turrets, but I was only off by a few moa and able to adjust from there. Very happy with the purchase.
  • No Support

    1
    By Pricanaf
    There hasn't been any support or updates since 2015. Avoid this app.
  • It's OK

    2
    By Hillbillybigdog
    This app works OK and that's it. My main gripe is I can't access preferences from my iPhone 5s. I wanted to change something and can't
  • Perfect resource for long range shooting

    5
    By RPR shooter
    I've been using this app for over two years and it is fantastic. If you input correct data you get perfect results. I've gotten three of my guns out to 1200 yards with good dope from shooter. I find inputing G7 data works much better for anything out past about 600 yds. Measure your velocity, input the G7 BC and go shoot.
  • Pure garbage

    1
    By Incredidude
    Crashes on latest iOS and iPhone 6.
  • Great app for long range precision shooters

    4
    By Swervon
    Switched to Shooter from Ballistic AE a little while back and I couldn't be happier. I would easily have given a 5 star rating but there has been a pretty long delay in updating the bullet library. Hopefully there is an update soon.
  • Easy to use

    3
    By D@DDIO
    Good App, easy to use interface and accurate results. Only down side is it does not have any metric inputs available for bullet diameters.
  • Last iOS update was 2012....????

    1
    By Joan if freaking ark
    Wow I wish I had read the manual prior to wasting $10! DO NOT PURCHASE FOR APPLE Really??? 2012 was the last update, pretty dang lazy! None of the bullets I shoot are updated so the program is basically useless unless I go back to factory loads which there is no need for a calculator ....
  • Useless for anyone but ammunition manufacturers!

    1
    By Prophotoman
    For ballistics experts ONLY!! Terminology used goes light years beyond the common rifle owner and re loaders knowledge! This is WAY beyond useless to me!! Useful for ammunition manufactures certainly but for no one else! No instructions no glossary to explain how to use this "information"!
  • Great App

    4
    By Sins4Me
    This is a great app that has a lot of great features and seems to accurately calculate ballistics in an easy to use format. I have only two real complaints. The first being that I would like to see initial bullet velocities shown in the standard ammunition library. For entry level shooters or hunters who don't have a chronograph, we're left searching the internet. The other complaint is that the distance a gun is sighted in is notated on the bullet library, not the gun library. As an owner of several .223 and .308 rifles, it is a huge pain to have the same cartridges listed for each separate gun. It would be much easier to list multiple guns and have a consistent cartridge library.

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