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It’s a pity If it was for wind calculation I’d buy one, strictly MOA user. But in fairness it looks simple to use.

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Thank you Nick for the comment!
Is there a "universal wind calculation device" out there that does not depend on the type of weapon and ammo?

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Happy to test it in field conditions (all weather use)

 

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I'd do the Imperial model if you are looking to nick the US market. We shoot in all weather and wind, out to 1865 yards in MOA and MIL. Importantly, all of our spotting scopes are in MIL, which would suit this unit nicely.

Might cost you a little more in postage, though...🙂~Andrew

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Thank you Ronin and Andrew: I sent a message to you Ronin.
Andres: please write me directly: messages do not go through to you.
Mattias (info@roundmildot.com)

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Thank you

 

recieved and will post findings 😃

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Hi!
It is in production: https://roundmildot.com/product-category/mildot/
The metric version has incorrect angle shootings markings and hence -50% discounted: it shows the distance to the target correctly and MIL to MOA conversion works also.
Mattias

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The new version of Round Mil Dot calculator is finally out: https://roundmildot.com/product/roundmildot-metric-calculator-with-dope-card-sticker-a-grade/

This calculator has nothing printed on the back side: the back side is white. It comes instead with 10 back-side stickers where you can write your personal DOPE card information. If you chance ammo or the sticker wears off, you can just use the next sticker.
The sticker also has exact measures of most common targets (IPSC ja IDPA) and other objects like cars, weapons and traffic signs. The traffic signs sizes are not the same all over EU - there are links under the product description to the sources - the ones there are correct in most cases.

I also added thumb slots to the front of the calculator for better grip - this is especially useful while working with gloves.

I had a bit of trouble in finding the balance between all the suggestions I received on how to make the calculator better - I hope the new version is a good compromise and will be well received.
If you find any mistakes or have good suggestions how to make it even better please e-mail me: info@roundmildot.com
Mattias Luha

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