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32% of you use a ballistics program and hand-held device in the field - which one?

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32% of you use a ballistics program and hand-held device in the field - which one?

I am astounded by how many use a ballistics program in the field - 32%. Which combo do you use?

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    Re: 32% of you use a ballistics program and hand-held device in the field - which one

    Patagonia Ballistics LoadBase 3.0 ballistics program on a Dell Axim X51V.
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    Re: 32% of you use a ballistics program and hand-held device in the field - which one

    "In the field " I use NightForce (Exbal) program on a Dell Axim X50V. I have LB3.0 but choose to keep it for home use only due to the slower speed and extra data entry I do not need in the field.

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    Re: 32% of you use a ballistics program and hand-held device in the field - which one

    Used a range card with drops to 600 yards for the last three years.

    This year will I be taking my Itouch with Bullet Flight I can pull it out of my pocket and have a drop in less than 30sec. + a range car for backup.
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    Re: 32% of you use a ballistics program and hand-held device in the field - which one

    I run Patagonia Ballistics Loadbase 3.0 at home and in the field I run Loadbase 3.0 and Exbal on a Dell Axim 51 in the field. I all ways carry trajectory cards also just to confirm what I'm looking at.
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    Exbal on a Dell Axim.
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    Ballistic FTE on a I phone.
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