Hornady Ballistics 12+


Designed for iPhone

    • 4.8 • 32.8K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Hornady Ballistics features advanced 4DOF trajectory and ballistic calculations based on Doppler Radar measured bullet drag coefficient inputs. Also includes BC based calculator and ammo library

What’s New

Version 2024.0515.351

Group Analysis bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
32.8K Ratings

32.8K Ratings

ZanderTheCDR ,

Just One Recommendation

I love this app. Definitely my favorite out of all the ones I’ve tried. Functionality and user friendliness is nearly perfect. However, there’s one thing I wish they would add. Many people using this for longe range/ELR obtain distance via a GPS app or something with a built in distance measurer such as the ballistic ARC app. But the distances that these apps show you is the true horizontal distance. So if you are shooting up a steep incline or down at an angle, you’ll need to calculate the line of sight distance before you put it into the hornady app in order to get an accurate result. This means I need to use 3 different apps get calculate the distance. I use the ballistic ARC app to first find the true horizontal distance, then I use the Hornady app to get an accurate shooting angle, then I use a right triangle calculator app to input the shooting angle, along with the base equal to the horizontal distance I obtained from the ballistic ARC app. Then the triangle app spits out the true line of sight distance (the hypotenuse), which I can finally put into the Hornady app. - - - - My recommendation would be to add a simple toggle to switch between entering the true horizontal distance or line of sight distance. That would make the process much simpler for the user. Even better if you added a separate tab like the ballisticARC app where you can use the map/gps to find horizontal distance.

boschief ,

Service, Duty, and, Responsability

Over the years, I have tried to patch components together from different online companies. Sometimes for price, sometimes for other peoples opinions. Don’t get me wrong, opinions count, or I wouldn’t be writing this. I’ve been the cheap way, and non responsive way. “Not Good”. Hornady, not only makes multiple components, they’re commitment to Duty, and responsibility, are surpassed by very few or none. I believe the Management has set a good example for the younger employees. Especially when you consider the amount of products they manufacture with fantastic Quality. I’m a shooter, and reloader, and have multiple components Hornady provides. Their Bullets, are an ever evolving process through experience and testing. I know, the data they provide with clear and concise part numbers for reloaders are invaluable, especially concerning safety. I have settled down to a comfortable place with the Hornady service. I will continue to support this company, and hope for continued commitment in all facets of firearm equipment. You reap what you sow! Bless you all.
Capt. James Robertson American Airlines (Ret)

Benny98407 ,

Ok but what did I even pay for in app?

This app is pretty good, at least as good or better than other free options. I opted into the range cards feature and I am still struggling to figure out what I even paid $.99 for. I mean, $.99 not a big deal I already wasted more than $.99 worth of my time on this review. I was under the impression that I could create a range card that I could DO SOMETHING with, like maybe export it into excel, or at the very least email it to myself from the app as a PDF so I could print it. As far as I can tell there is no way to put the information on a “card” at all with this app. I ended up typing all the data into Excel from that the app gave me to make, wait for it a range CARD. I do not wish to be tethered to my phone especially while hunting and printing a range card for simple solutions is the easiest way to be comfortable with mid to long range shots, I wish this app offered a way for me to migrate the data in some way that would allow me to print it. At the end of the day this is all just math which is why there are dozens of these apps and they can all generate the exact same info so it all comes down to aesthetics and user interface. This app is ok in those departments.

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