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RoundMilDot metric calculator: A-grade

(2 customer reviews)

36.00 18.00

Round MilDot calculator allows very fast and accurate target distance measurement.
The calculator has been designed with target shooting competitions in mind – the target size scale ranges from 0.15 – 1 m and on the back side of the calculator are the exact measures of most common targets (IPSC ja IDPA).

NB! Current lot of calculators do not show angles correctly. This is the reason for -50% discounted price.

A-grade calculator is accurate to ca 0.5 %.

Size: the diameter of the disk is 11.5cm.

This is a metric version of the calculator: the target size is measured in centimeters (cm) and the range is given in meters (m).

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Quantity: 1-4 units - price: € 36.00
Quantity: 5-9 units - price: € 32.00
Quantity: 10-19 units - price: € 31.50
Quantity: 20-29 units - price: € 31.00
Quantity: 30-39 units - price: € 30.50
Quantity: 40-49 units - price: € 29.99

NB! Price discounted to 29.99 € until 31.12.2018!

Description

Round MilDot calculator allows very fast and accurate target distance measurement. For the distance measurement it is only necessary to align the MILs scale with actual target size scale and the distance to target can be seen from the Distance Window.

NB! Current lot of calculators do not show angles correctly. This is the reason for -50% discounted price.

The calculator has been designed with target shooting competitions in mind – the target size scale ranges from 0.15 – 1 m and on the back side of the calculator are the exact measures of most common targets (IPSC ja IDPA).

A-grade calculator is accurate to ca +- 0.5 percent.

Size: the diameter of the calculator is 11,5 cm (4,53 in).

According to EU regulations I do not have to add VAT if the buyer is a VAT registered EU company (Intra-Community 0% supply, Art 28cA, 6. Directive; recipient is liable for VAT, art 21). Please request an invoice for a company from info@roundmildot.com.

NB! Looking for retailers: special discounts for retailers available! Please contact info@roundmildot.com.

Photos
Photos of the calculator at 250 m, 500 m, 1000m, 1200 m distance and of the back side:

 


 

Additional information

Weight 20 g
Dimensions 160 × 160 × 5 mm
Marterial

plastic (PVC)

2 reviews for RoundMilDot metric calculator: A-grade

  1. Peeter

    Accurate and easy to use. Llike!

  2. Reimo

    For the background, I’ve always preferred and trained with the so-called analogue solutions. Be it map and compass, or ranging with reticles and calculating from there. I didn’t even have a Kestrel for a very long time. Well yes, I have finally acquired the helpers (GPS, laser rangefinder and a kestrel) and these do help, but the habits are still there to use these as supplements. In short, I like it simple and functional.

    Which brings me to the Round Mildot. I have some previous experience with it as I’ve played with a few over the last couple of years. I like that it is simple to use and mostly takes away the need to use a pocket calculator. Because it is faster this way or when it’s cold outside I don’t have to worry about something freezing. So I was quite eager to see the latest iteration of it. And will share my thoughts here. I do look at it as a part of a bigger system, supporting my needs and deeds, not as a purpose by itself.

    Right now I have a couple at hand – the one pictured here. But there are others as well, purpose-designed for the weapons systems we use in here. The new ones, aimed at the international market, are printed in black&white. With the text very nicely engraved (or however it is actually made), meaning I don’t have to worry about the letters erasing away while wearing this thing in my pocket or something.

    What I first noticed is the layout and quality. It is not too big, I’d say quite handy in size (11,5 cm in diameter). It is also printed nicely, as already mentioned, so I would expect it to last a little longer and survive more bumps and scratches. It has most of the things I need on the field on it.

    A picture says more than a thousand words they say. But I will comment a little. Its primary function is to replace the table of target sizes in both in/mils and corresponding ranges. And while doing that it also offers corrected ranges for shooting up- or downhill, all in same window. I can use it to estimate the angles as well without having to rely on another gadget.

    It provides basic data on wind and mover speed and related effects. The wind rose on it is a refined one with more precise values. I like it, I preach it.

    What it doesn’t offer are exact clicks and hold values. I would say it is better that way as it keeps things simpler. I’m accustomed to my weapon system anyway and have my own dope.

    What it does offer – a firing solution. It gives me the necessary data for my rifle’s ballistics so that I could decide the needed clicks or holds to the best of my ability.

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