A complete list of reticles designs included in Mil-Dot Ballistics can be found here.
One of the most common questions that we get is "Why does the range value increase/decrease at odd increments when adjusting the target size or subtension?". The short answer is that the the application is set to "Subtension Input" by default and the range value is derived from the physical size of the target and how larger the target appears in your reticle (subtension). If you want to dial in a specific range in Yards or Meters, tap the Settings button, and change the Mode value from Subtension Input to Range Input.
Mil-Dot Ballistics uses ballistic profiles that represent a combination of a specific, rifle, scope and load. You can set up profiles that represent different loads in the same rifle.
Mil-Dot Ballistics now allows you to clone your ballistic profiles.
Mil-Dot Ballistics is a universal app, which means that it's optimized for both the iPhone and iPad. Once purchased, you can re-download the ap to any iOS device that is linked to the iTunes account that you used to purchase the app without repurchasing.