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Bushnell brings a new ballistics calculator app to Bushnell owners

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Bushnell introduces the Bushnell Ballistics App designed to allow users to calculate those difficult shots. (Photo: Bushnell)

Bushnell introduces a new companion app for Bushnell riflescope users, launching the Bushnell Ballistics App to calculate ammunition and rifle combinations.

The Bushnell Ballistics App uses current atmospheric data and AB laboratory bullet data to provide accurate hold-over data to shooters needing to make precise shots on target. The app works with both iOS and Android devices and is available for free through Google Play or Apple’s App Store.

Though the app was specifically created for Bushnell riflescopes and reticles, Bushnell says its does not limit use to just the company’s optics. The app also works alongside other optics as well. Once it has been downloaded to a device, the Bushnell Ballistics App functions without data, allowing users who hunt or shoot off the grid to continue using without cell service.

(Photo: Bushnell)

The app uses a bevy of data to calculate hold overs. (Photo: Bushnell)

Featuring AB Connect, the app grants shooters a live library of G1/G7 data in addition to Applied Ballistics Bullet Library. The library comes with more than 700 pre-loaded bullets. Bushnell’s scope library offers more than 150 scopes as well as 30 reticle options. Atmospheric information can be updated manually or via the internet when connected. Users can share or print range cards using the Email Range Card Function.

“The new Bushnell Ballistics App is powered by the Applied Ballistics Ultralite engine, the most trusted ballistics data-cruncher in the industry,” Bushnell Marketing Manager Matt Rice said in a statement. “With a clean and user-friendly interface, this app allows users to easily build and modify gun profiles and build range cards to calculate firing solutions based on their specific scope and ammunition choices. All of our Bushnell scopes and reticles have been pre-loaded, giving users simple ballistic solutions anywhere they go.”

The app is available now, free of charge.



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