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Now you can easily utilize the power of ballistics software to give you the edge while hunting, long range shooting, developing new reloads or target shooting at the range with Shoot! ballistics app.

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Use Shoot! ballistics app/software to:

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  • Generate ballistic charts and find ballistic coefficients at the click of a button!
  • Easily calculate the optimum performance settings for your gun/ammo combination.
  • Optimize your gun/ammo combination for any game animal/target size zone up to 20 inches.
  • Store, organize and access all your gun and ammo/reload information fast and easily.
  • Understand how your favorite reload or factory ammo performs out to various ranges (instantly!)
  • Quickly search 8000+ factory loads, bullets, etc for Centerfire, Rimfire, Muzzleloader & Shotgun slugs to use in Shoot! Search over 350+ cartridges and 65 different manufacturers!
  • Calculate what sight adjustments (Clicks, MOA or MILS for elevation and windage) are required to score hits at extreme ranges in ‘Ballistic Report’ mode.
  • Visually compare up to 3 loads – you see the shots on a scaled target image or just graph it.
  • Select Drag Tables to match your bullet profile for accurate long range shooting (G1, G2, G5, G6, G7, G8) and convert ballistic coefficients from one Drag Table to another.
  • Show results in Yards or Metres
  • Select one of 7 different sized target images in Shoot! to cover short to long range shooting
  • Correct barometric pressure for any Altitude up to 25,000 feet
  • Select or enter any wind direction to see how this effects the bullet’s trajectory at short/long ranges (i.e. 10mph wind coming from North West or South East or a custom direction of 220 degrees – its up to you)
  • Easily change Atmospheric Conditions to suit your shooting environment
  • Your gun is sighted-in 1″ high at 50 yards. Where will the bullet impact 100, 200 or even 500 yards downrange?Just watch the target image to see where the bullet impacts – even when it is off the target! You can explore the what ‘ifs’ easily and best of all, you see the result.
  • See how your gun performs when velocities are increased, different bullets used.
  • Plus much, much more…
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    Nfs hot pursuit for macfarmbertyl. Basically, a Mac application has a .app extension, but it’s not really a file — it’s a package. You can view the application’s contents by navigating to it in the Finder, right-clicking it and then choosing “Show Package Contents”.

    The internal folder structure may vary between apps, but you can be sure that every Mac app will have a Contents folder with a MacOS subfolder in it. Inside the MacOS directory, there’s an extension-less file with the exact same name as the app itself. This file can be anything really, but in its simplest form it’s a shell script. As it turns out, this folder/file structure is all it takes to create a functional app!

    Enter appify

    After this discovery, Thomas Aylott came up with a clever “appify” script that allows you to easily create Mac apps from shell scripts. The code looks like this:

    Installing and using appify is pretty straightforward if you’re used to working with UNIX. (I’m not, so I had to figure this out.) Here’s how to install it:

    1. Save the script to a directory in your PATH and name it appify (no extension). I chose to put it in /usr/local/bin, which requires root privileges.
    2. Fire up Terminal.app and enter sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/appify to make appify executable without root privileges.

    After that, you can create apps based on any shell script simply by launching Terminal.app and entering something like this:

    Obviously, this would create a stand-alone application named Your App Name.app that executes the your-shell-script.sh script.

    After that, you can very easily add a custom icon to the app if you want to.

    Adding a custom app icon

    1. Create an .icns file or a 512×512 PNG image with the icon you want, and copy it to the clipboard (⌘ + C). (Alternatively, copy it from an existing app as described in steps 2 and 3.)
    2. Right-click the .app file of which you want to change the icon and select “Get Info” (or select the file and press ⌘ + I).
    3. Select the app icon in the top left corner by clicking it once. It will get a subtle blue outline if you did it right.
    4. Now hit ⌘ + V (paste) to overwrite the default icon with the new one.

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    Note that this will work for any file or folder, not just .app files.


    Chrome/Chromium bootstrappers

    I like to run Chrome/Chromium with some command-line switches or flags enabled. On Windows, you can create a shortcut and set the parameters you want in its properties; on a Mac, you’ll need to launch it from the command line every time. Well, not anymore :)

    The & at the end is not a typo; it is there to make sure Chromium is launched in a separate thread. Without the &, Chromium would exit as soon as you quit Terminal.app.

    Launch a local web server from a directory

    Say you’re working on a project and you want to debug it from a web server. The following shell script will use Python to launch a local web server from a specific directory and open the index page in your default browser of choice. After appifying it, you won’t even need to open the terminal for it anymore.


    Needless to say, the possibilities are endless. Just to give another example, you could very easily create an app that minifies all JavaScript and CSS files in a specific folder. Got any nice ideas? Let me know by leaving a comment!