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Latest “must-have” iPhone accessory? The M110 Semi-Automatic Sniper System

Microphones, battery packs and game controllers are all well and good, but if you REALLY want to accessorize your iPhone, you’re going to need one of these.

That’s right, It’s a sniper rifle, and not just any sniper rifle, it’s a The M110 Semi-Automatic Sniper System by Knight’s Armament Company. The iPhone or iPod touch is attached via an Otterbox case fixed to a side mounted picatinny rail. Combined with the new Knight’s Armament BulletFlight app available in the iTunes store, your iPhone or iPod touch can be transformed into the ultimate in-the-field ballistic computer, giving you all the information you need to make that kill shot!

Costing $11.99, you may think BulletFlight is a little on the pricey side, but we’re guessing anyone who owns an M110 Semi-Automatic Riffle AND an iPhone is really going to want to have this.

Thanks to faithful Macenstein reader Shervin for the link!
[via TheFireArmBlog and Knight’s Armament Company]

15 Responses to “Latest “must-have” iPhone accessory? The M110 Semi-Automatic Sniper System”
  1. Dave says:

    WTF? Seriously though……. nice app, how much is the gun? 😀

  2. Tom says:

    Quoting from Wikipedia: A riffle (also known as a swift) is a shallow stretch of a river or stream, where the current is above the average stream velocity and where the water forms small rippled waves as a result. It often consists of a rocky bed of gravels or other small stones. This portion of a stream is often an important habitat for small aquatic invertebrates and juvenile fishes.

    What you’ve got looks much more like a rifle…

  3. Smorgasbord says:

    By the time I figure out what all the numbers mean and how to use them my target will have moved into another time zone.

  4. Tom, please just accept the fact that I have a problem with double letter. But thanks.
    -The Doc

  5. iShervin says:

    I can afford the APP but not the M11…

    It’s amazing what your iPhone/iPod T can do…

  6. Ken says:

    @Smorgasbord – The numbers in the second screen shot affect the trajectory of the bullet. The only thing you need to use to adjust your scope are the two yellow “clicks” numbers in the first screen shot. Yes this matters.

    The 65 grain bullet is relatively light. A .22 is around 36 grain. Deer hunters use around 150 grain bullets.

    What’s cool is real snipers can do this math in their heads near instantly.

  7. Amy says:

    Wow! This is amazing!

  8. Steve says:

    Steve from The Firearm Blog here.

    Just for your info. The closest civilian equivalent rifle , the SR-25 from KAC, costs about $9000. Add in the scope, maybe $1000-2000 and you have a very expensive package.

    The M110 is a system (although we all refer to the rifle as the M110), the complete system would cost a lot more and includes components not available to civilians.

  9. dude says:

    can’t wait for the svd version

  10. John says:

    Pros: No more need of a spotter to estimate/calculate proper range and windage. The app does what it says.

    Cons: Still need a spotter for damage assessment. Even with the brightness of the iPhone all the way down, it’s still a little distracting to have that ‘glowing thing’ just to the left of your scope when sighting in at night, making it more difficult to find the target. I reduces natural nightvision.

    Is there an upgrade to the iPhone that can turn it into a laser range finder/designator? Now, that would be awesome.

  11. Georg says:

    Finally a killer app…

    (Sorry, couldn’t resist to rip this comment from the ones at the firearm blog)

  12. Raul says:

    I could use this when I go deer hunting! 🙂

  13. footrat says:

    Aside from the AN/PVS14, everything in the M110 SASS package is obtainable at the retail level. While KAC may not sell the M110 to non-military customers, you could purchase an SR25 and equip it with the URX rail and M110 butt stock (which IS available). Silencers are legal for civilians to own in more than 30 states, so you could purchase the silencer as well.

  14. Ifireun says:

    Krikey…is there an iTunes Pakistan? Perfect for wannabe terrorists or extremists to buy and use!!!

  15. steve says:

    for ken from tuesday. The m-110 just looks like the m-16. It does not fire a 5.56 round. It chambers the 7.62.

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