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Modern Advancements in Long Range Shooting is a book series by Bryan Litz which documents the ongoing R&D taking place in the Applied Ballistics laboratory. Modern Advancements in Long Range Shooting is a book series by Bryan Litz which documents the ongoing R&D taking place in the Applied Ballistics laboratory.
In this volume we explores the subject of bullet dispersion including
group convergence. Advanced hand-loading subjects are covered such as: bullet pointing and trimming, powder measurement, flash hole deburring, neck tension and fill ratio.
Nick Vitalbo’s material on laser rangefinder performance is a landmark piece of work in the industry, and Cal Zant’s chapter on composite wrapped barrels presents detailed test results on how these barrels perform compared to conventional options.
Modern Advancements in Long Range Shooting is a book series by Bryan Litz which documents the ongoing R&D taking place in the Applied Ballistics laboratory.