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Unread 05-22-2013, 09:47 AM
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Re: first beginner ballistic app

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Hey Broz, I got to a base that has internet without the 'net nanny'!

Question for you sir, what's the difference between 'Shooter' by Brian Litz, and 'Applied Ballastics' by Brian Litz?

Thank Sir!

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I use both and now use AB most of the time. AB is a little more in depth and you have the option to go with a custom drag over G1 or G7 BC's. You pay a little more for this more in depth version. So I recommend shooter for $10 to the OP as he stated he wanted simple and beginner status.

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    Re: first beginner ballistic app

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    I use both and now use AB most of the time. AB is a little more in depth and you have the option to go with a custom drag over G1 or G7 BC's. You pay a little more for this more in depth version. So I recommend shooter for $10 to the OP as he stated he wanted simple and beginner status.

    Jeff
    Jeff,

    Thanks Sir, I appreciate the answer.

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    Re: first beginner ballistic app

    Any experience with the strelok apps? I'm interested to and see some use/like strelok. I've been playing with their free app and it seems o.k.
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    Re: first beginner ballistic app

    Very Interesting question DocB. As in which came first the chicken or the egg ?
    I use both and get different dope from both, just found out that Shooter seems to be more user friendly for a cracker like me. Probly because i'm not doing something right on ballistic that is giving me different dope. I have just decided to use the shooter since i'm having some success with it.
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    Unread 05-23-2013, 12:48 PM
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    Re: first beginner ballistic app

    I use shooter plus Nikon app for there bdc scope it is 5.00 they are pretty close sometimes I don't want to use clicks I use the bdc. but remember garbage in garbage out

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    Unread 05-26-2013, 04:56 AM
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    Re: first beginner ballistic app

    I like Strelok.

    Easy to use.
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    Re: first beginner ballistic app

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    I like Strelok.

    Easy to use.
    Which version of it do you use?
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