For reducing recoil and muzzle rise, you can’t beat a nice compensator on a pistol. But what kind of bullets should you use to keep from building up gunk inside it quickly?
Berger’s online Twist Rate Calculator is an easy-to-use and versatile tool. Best of all, it’s free.
The 6.5mm 144-grain LRHT bullet boasts a high BC and jump-tolerant hybrid ogive profile for excellent shot-to-shot consistency.
How heavy or light a bullet will your rifle accurately shoot?
According to Applied Ballistics’ Doc Beech, ballistic coefficient variation needs to be taken seriously by shooters.
The new Berger bullet (c.) hybridizes the secant ogive of Very Low Drag target bullets (l.) and the tangent ogive of standard hunting bullets (r.). The result is a very high-BC bullet without the typical sensitivity to seating depth.
Ever notice that the ballistic coefficient of identical-diameter bullets increases with heavier bullets?