mm sounds like they're making a bunch of noise about nothing.
Written in typical gun-scare speak: "It arranges all the things for you, so if some kid gets their hands on a sniper gun, that all you have to do is pull the trigger."
Yea, there is a little bit more to precision shooting than "point and click." This is right up there in line with school shooting news reports that urgently claim "THE SHOOTER LEARNED HIS SKILLZ BY PLAYING VIOLENT VIDEO GAMES!!!" Hell, to even be able to read the output of that thing you already have to know how the numbers apply- and that requires practice on its own. To use a favorite catch-phrase from that article:
Notice they use weapon throughout the article, typical MSM lingo, as my old scoutmaster would tell us before we went shooting, guns are not weapons unless you are in the military or you're shooting someone, and since none of you are enlisted nor will you be shooting anyone, there are not any weapons on the shooting trip. Until it's being against someone, a hammer's a hammer and a rifle is a rifle.
um, one would think if you had the rest of the hardware, and the confidence in your abilities to make the shot then you have already had enough practice to know you can do it, in which case, doesnt the app become redundant anyway?