Reloading Assistant

Reloading Assistant

By Polycompsol LLC

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2017-12-21
  • Current Version: 2.00.06
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 35.27 MB
  • Developer: Polycompsol LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.


Reloading Assistant is the perfect companion for your ammo reloading needs. The reloading calculator is used to determine the cost to reload each round, breaking each component down and displaying its cost. The reloading recipe viewer/tracker/journal is used to get load data (or recipes) for hundreds of different calibers. You can also add custom loads, as well as track how well each round performed by rating the accuracy and power of the load. Additionally, the reloading journal allows you to keep track of every round that your reload as well how well the load performed by providing automatic calculations from chronograph data. Customize even more by selecting your preferred units of measurements and adding custom calibers. Featuring over 31,000 recipes from: Accurate, Alliant, Hodgdon, Somchem, and Vihtavuori.



  • It’s ok I guess

    By SuperKmart
    I’d rather have more info. Here it is I’m loading .223 with hodgdons cfe223 rifle powder. I get max load and a starting load but no middle of the road and no FPS info for each added amount of powder. In addition there are only two 55gr bullets listed to work with cfe223 come on. This is the most popular round ever. It would be good for you to give more info than just a ball park for two rounds. I’d rather use a reloading manual. The other portions of the app are nice but what I wanted it for is not. Also respond respectfully to your customers. I paid for this app.
  • Reloader Assistant

    By Dgod1950
    So far, this App has some serious issues. 1. Any entry of measurement that has a Decimal won’t work as there is no way to enter the decimal value. 2. So far, there is no “Look Up” of data 3. I am asked for Powder Manufacturer, then powder name 4. Powder entries. Bullet Diameter. Bullet weight, at least. do not allow for decimals. How do you enter .452 with no decimal? That’s when I gave up...