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    Application/program for measuring group size?

    Used with your computer.

    Seems to me I came across one somewhere but I'll be dam*** if I can find it now.
    Anyone know where that rascal is?

    TIA, Bruce

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    Does anybody make one that runs on an app that would look at a picture you took then measure it? I take royalty payments for all you app makers. Seen it here first

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    need a reference size in the pic.....else it could be any size...a scale in the pic
    and i think the ave cam would distort the view..not a 'flat' pic...curved lense.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty Stevens View Post
    Does anybody make one that runs on an app that would look at a picture you took then measure it? I take royalty payments for all you app makers. Seen it here first

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    Thanks Boyd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty Stevens View Post
    Does anybody make one that runs on an app that would look at a picture you took then measure it? I take royalty payments for all you app makers. Seen it here first
    Ballistic AE has a target measuring function where you have the option of using a photo of your target.

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    This one is free: http://guns.ptosis.ch/node/26

    As a download http://guns.ptosis.ch/node/43 or run it directly off the web host http://taran.ptosis.ch/taran.html

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    I've used the OnTarget app referenced above and spent a lot of time on the phone with the developer. He gave it away for years, but went to $11.99 for version 2. Worth every penny. I've used to validate some of my old targets. It'll teach you why some records aren't records when you score them at a 50x zoom.

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