New for Silhouette Ballistics Version 21
Single Range Shooting Solution Pop Up Screens

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The new pop up screens are designed after the screens found in the mobile version for PDA’s.  It’s intent is to provide the user an easier to read data format.  The data is presented in larger type to make it easier to read in the field when using a laptop or notebook computer.  You may select any distance line on a trajectory table and have that line distance be present in the Single Range Shooting Solution pop up window.  In the example below the cursor was placed on the 600 yard. Then from the Trajectory drop down menu the Single Range Shooting Solution… was selected.

Single Range Shooting Solution Pop Up Screen
 

There are three pop up screens available in the Single Range Shooting Solution option.  The three screens are designed so you may have just the information needed for your shooting situation and making the computer screen as easy to read as possible.  You are also able to switch back and forth from the three screens by just clicking on the option buttons.  The three option buttons are titled Hunting, Target, and Tactical.

Hunting Data Pop Up
 
The hunting screen allows inputting any shooting angle.  The elevation shown is adjusted for any shooting angle.  The target screen allows for different wind speeds and wind direction to be easily changed.  The wind drift result format may be easily changed using the options buttons.

Target Shooting Data Pop Up

The tactical screen also includes target leads for moving targets.  Both left and right and up and down leads are presented.  However, you must do the math combining the wind drift and target lead based on which way the wind is blowing and target in moving.

All Shooting Data Pop Up 

All of the single range shooting information has been part of the trajectory tables in version 17 and 19, except for the Over | Under Target Lead which is only on the new pop up screen.


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January 4, 2012

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