1) Is the demo version of Shoot! restricted in any way?
The demo app is the full-version with a couple of restrictions. You cannot add/modify/edit the demo guns/loads or add any new guns/loads. You can search the ammo/bullet database but cannot apply the details to any load. Also, there is no longer a time restriction in the demo app. It will never expire (i.e. after 14 or 30 days, etc).
For Mac users, simply download the “Shoot.zip” (Mac) file, open it, then move the single file ‘Shoot.dmg’ to the “Applications Folder” on your Mac. Then double-click to run the app – very simple!
4) I know little about ballistics, can Shoot! really help me?
Yes, certainly. Shoot! ballistics app/software provides you with a fool-proof step-by-step approach that anyone can do. No experience as a ballistic technician is necessary.
From a zero knowledge base, you will acquire a new and valuable skill – knowledge of how your handload or factory ammo performs in your gun. Believe me, this is the key to good, consistent shooting.
No need to learn complicated terms. Nor must you take a course in ballistics. It really is that easy!
5) How do I check for updates to Shoot!?
Click here to check if you are using the latest version since we update the app on a regular basis.
Why? Because that means we can provide updates to users quickly (over the Internet). This means you will always have the latest version by downloading from our site in just a few minutes – saving you time and money!
7) What is the unlock code? How do I get one?
The unlock code is emailed to users who purchased the Shoot! ballistics app/software. The demo version does not require an unlock code. You can evaluate what Shoot! has to offer by downloading and installing the demo app. No unlock code necessary.
8) Changing the barrel length does not change the velocity or ballistics in Shoot! – Why?
Changing the barrel length has no effect on the ballistic calculations. It is there for your reference, for that particular gun. You need to know the muzzle velocity for whatever load you are using.
As a general rule of thumb, for every inch you take away or add to a barrels length, you lose or gain approximately 30-60fps.