Range Buddy is a mobile App designed for shooting sports enthusiasts,
especially precision rifle shooters and and hand loaders.
It requires Android device with Android 4.0 or newer, with a back camera.
This is the start screen of Range Buddy.
Range Buddy is a mobile App designed for shooting sports enthusiasts, especially precision rifle shooters and hand loaders.
Addition to all features of Range Buddy, Range Buddy Pro offers Cloud support:
This is the start screen of Range Buddy Pro.
Perfect Shoot is a mobile App designed for shooting sports enthusiasts,
especially pistol and rifle competition shooters. It's able calculate correct
shooting scores based on shooting distance and the target of your choice. It turns
any target at any distance to standard or user defined targets.
When you get a new rifle or install a new scopes, the first thing you must do is get the rifle on paper. In most cases,
you won't able to hit the 100 yard paper with the first shot. You need put up a target at short range - 25 or 50 yards.
Get on this target first, and then try to figure out how to adjust your scope. It's actually not as easy as you may thought.
The app makes this task much easier. It allows you sight in your rifle at short range and enter the point of impact. The app calculates the correct scope adjustment using its built-in ballistic data.
To start the sight-in process:
1. Move the target to a short distance (25 yard for example), and take 2 shots. You should be on paper. Measure the point of impact.
2. Start the app, select the caliber you are using. The ammo may be not exactly what you use, but there should not be huge difference at short range.
3. Set the shooting distance (25 yard) you just took, and set the desired zero distance.
4. Select the scope adjustment type.
5. Enter the point of impact, make sure you select the correct POI direction.
6. Hit the "Get Scope Adjustment" button, the app will tell you how to adjust your scope.
7. Move the target to desired distance, take 2 shots and make sure you are on paper.
8. Make final adjustment based on the point of impact.
The app supports both Metric and Imperial systems.
The ballistic data for each caliber is from popular factory load: