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Ballistics Software

1980 Views 5 Replies 5 Participants Last post by  JohnK
I said I would never buy one, but I've decided to purchase a good ballastic program. It has to be easy to use. I would like to keep up with the general type load data for "out of the box" type rifles. It would also need to have a good bullet database and be able to perform trajectory calculations. Hopefully, you could pick any point of impact above the line of sight at 100 yds. and it would calculate the point of impact at the next given yardage. None of these programs are very expensive so price is really not a concern. If I have to purchase a program with more stuff than I really need, then so be it. I just want to keep it simple.

Thanks :D
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Point Blank


Have you taken a look at PointBlank? I found to to work real well. Best part is that it's Free

Take A look See... :)

I've been using Sierra Infinnity for a couple of years, works pretty good.KN
Before you go spending your money, go to

Tons of free software there...and you might just find something you like.
PointBlank Is The One

Tried a few demo programs and the PointBlank program is exactly what I was looking for. It's easy to use and no gingerbreading stuff you don't need. Thanks for the help! :)

The Peapicker
Pointblank is good, I've used that one off and on for years. If you want an online trajectory calculator I have one at my site, no graphs but it will make the chart, its very easy to use.
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