Modern Advancements in Long Range Shooting: Volume II
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.