Muzzle Velocity causing vertical dispersion at long range is common knowledge, but what about BC variation from shot-to-shot? This article by Bryan Litz will be of interest to high power and precision rifle shooters.
Kestrel weather meters with Applied Ballistics, Labradar doppler radar and electronic targets can really aid in upping your high power rifle game.
According to Applied Ballistics’ Doc Beech, ballistic coefficient variation needs to be taken seriously by shooters.
Using a (mostly) factory Savage rifle, Wise went three for three from a cold bore at 2,158 yards. His record-setting load included Lapua brass and Berger 300-grain hybrid bullets.
The velocity that Paul Phillips’ latest 33XC load attains is insanely fast, reaching nearly 3,600 fps. He’s testing 33XC loads to find a safe and accurate node for this .338 cal.-based case design from long-range guru David Tubb.
Top Shooter Paul Phillips was using an Applied Ballistics rifle chambered in .416 Barrett, engaging targets between 1500 and 2000 yards at Camp Atterbury
Our friend Emil Praslick shares how to determine the wind direction with an optic. Watch his video right now. You won’t regret it
The bullet design work these guys are doing is exciting, should help expand the capabilities of military snipers, and the tech should eventually reach the civilian market
Who doesn’t love their Kestrel? No more dope, no more Kentucky windage—now it’s all about truing with perfect data using science