I’d settle for a version that runs on my surface so I can do coldbore and FFS on same tabletNice. Juno's really are about the best as far as hardware goes. I spoke with Blaine Fields about a month ago - I try to keep in touch with him at least once or twice a year. He's been tinkering with a few different OS variants, so perhaps good things in the future.
I think it will probably come down to Android if he does a port over to a different OS. But that would be sweet... there are plenty of Android emulators out there also (although some can be CPU intensive which isn't so great for battery life).I’d settle for a version that runs on my surface so I can do coldbore and FFS on same tablet
Ahhh yes! Precision Workbench. Those were the days. I remember Exbal was my go-to for a while. Ran ColdBore for a bit and FFS ended up doing exactly what I wanted the way I wanted. I've even been able to completely and fully adapt it to many multi-caliber rigs suppressed/unsupressed. It's a PITA, but once it's done it's good to go!there used to be a desktop version of FFS,
it was called Precision Workbench, was a desktop license for it.
Thanks. Will do. Checked front and rear at 60#...both solid. Groups at 100 are sub .5...that day I had issues, groups at 300 were .25 and .5. Issue was at 500 and 700...figured I was tired, and just not being consistent with NPA and recoil management. I'm starting to think too much of firm cheek weld or ham fisting the rear bag is causing the rifle to recoil up and left from POA, shifting that POI.vandy321, check your rear action screw, I was having the same problem with my .338. Two Distinct groups at 100 yards half inch apart. Tightened rear screw was back in business. Also from personal experience make sure your cheek weld is solid. Hope this helps.