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Mil-Dot Rangefinder 2.0 for iPhone

Postby Barrett1 » Wed 07 Jul, 2010 10:52 am

For all you iPhone junkies out there, this one is sure to land in your apps!

http://www.tactical-life.com/online/pro ... or-iphone/
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Re: Mil-Dot Rangefinder 2.0 for iPhone

Postby yamahawr400 » Fri 09 Jul, 2010 8:25 am

available for the ipod touch???
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Re: Mil-Dot Rangefinder 2.0 for iPhone

Postby freddy979 » Fri 09 Jul, 2010 12:09 pm

IPod Touch and iPhone run the same apps. iPod Touch makes a great ballistic computer with the Knight's Armament Bullet Flight app. Deadly combo when used with a Barrett M99. Scary good.
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Re: Mil-Dot Rangefinder 2.0 for iPhone

Postby yamahawr400 » Tue 13 Jul, 2010 8:12 am

freddy thanks for the info ill be downloading that app as soon as i can. do i just go to the mildotrangefinder website? or is there a shortcut to get to the app.
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Re: Mil-Dot Rangefinder 2.0 for iPhone

Postby freddy979 » Tue 13 Jul, 2010 8:41 am

Just run a search in the app store from your device. That would be the easiest way. I spent $30 on the Bulletflight app and it was worth every penny. Get yourself a Kestrel 2500 and a Bushnell Elite rangefinder. My next purchase will be a chronograph so I can make sure I am putting in accurate numbers. The Kestrel will give you all the numbers you need for the app. Pressure, wind speed, altitude, etc. Garbage in, garbage out.

There is nothing like shooting steel at 500+ yards with your Barrett. It's cool because the bullet takes over half a second to get there. Gives you time to take off your hearing protection and watch/hear the round hit.

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Re: Mil-Dot Rangefinder 2.0 for iPhone

Postby cruzie27 » Sun 05 Sep, 2010 3:43 pm

+1 for Bulletflight,. i shelled out the $$ for the full version to and i love it.
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Re: Mil-Dot Rangefinder 2.0 for iPhone

Postby yamahawr400 » Sun 12 Sep, 2010 3:54 am

i bought the cheap version for now, works pretty decent. will be upgrading shortly to the full version. very nice to have along in case theres a bad math day in my head

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