Ballistics can be a complicated business at the best of times, which is why Hawke have developed easy-to-use and deadly accurate reticles with the added support of the patented X-ACT (Ballistic Reticle Calculator).
Hawke X-ACT (Ballistic Reticle Calculator) is a free software program designed to complement over 40 different Hawke Reticles including:
The NEW calibre specific Hawke X-ACT Reticles:
(.17 Mach 2, .17 HMR, .22 LR HV, .22 LR Sub, .22 WMR and .223/.308 Marksman)
Mil Dot Reticles (10x 1/2 Mil-Dot, 20x 1/2 Mil-Dot and Generic 10x Mil-Dot)
Hawke Specialised Reticles (SR Pro , SR6 and SR12)
L4 Dot Variants (LR Dot, L4, L4A and 30/30)
Crossbow Reticles (XB30 Pro SR, XB1 MAP, XB1 SR, XB MAP and XB SR)
Hawke Multiple Aim Point Reticles (MAP6, MAP6A and MAP8)
And many, many more.
Plot your trajectory and find suitable aim points
Choose the preset to match your rifle calibre:
Centerfire | Rimfire | Airgun | Crossbow Arrow | Slug & Sabot
Choose your reticle to match your Hawke scope
Select your exact scope with the all new Hawke Scope Selection tool
Calculations work in metric or imperial
Change Zero Distance, Muzzle Velocity, Magnification and more
Calculate and change your Ballistic Coefficient (BC)
Carry out range finding calculations, etc.
Updated for iOS 12
Inclination cross-hair reverted to simpler design for clarity
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good, but suggested improvements
After using the App with my scope, I like it. But here are some suggested improvements. 1) windage drift units should be selectable for MOA and MILS in addition to just inches. That way, it is easier to actually use. 2) it remembers all my settings except my scope's magnification range. 3) make it prettier and make it open quicker. On first impressions, the app looks not impressive vs Nikon's app, for instance. So pretty would help. After using it, the app has many features better than Nikon, so it is a good app.
Ok, but not very user friendly...
How can you not have 6.5creedmoor as preset?
The developer, Hawke Optics, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.