Posted January 10, 2019 2:07 pm by Comments

By AmmoLand Editor Duncan Johnson

Ballistic Bullet Profile
Ballistic Bullet Profile

Gainesville, GA-( No one serious about long-distance shooting would show up at a competition or attempt a hunt using a bargain-basement rifle topped with an $89 scope. Precision shooting, after all, requires precision equipment.

The equipment required for this shooting includes a ballistics calculator capable of combining data and inputs into a shooting solution-a solution to put you on target time and again, in changing weather conditions and in various geographic locations.

That calculator? Ballistic.

The Ballistic library contains specifications on over 5,000 projectiles and factory loads making Ballistic the comprehensive source for all things long-range shooting. Ballistic also provides shooters with advanced features like a Mil-Dot and MOA rangefinder with head-up display capabilities, GPS and atmosphere awareness, full-sized shooting charts, and a reloading companion.

The world-renowned JBM Ballistics computer powers all Ballistic computations. The JBM Ballistics computer is used by competition shooters, long-range hunters, and the military to deliver the most precise calculations possible.

Those calculations begin to take form the second a shooter creates his or her own Ballistic Bullet Profile. That profile contains all the basic inputs–including the manufacturer’s ballistic coefficient and bullet weight, sight height, and muzzle velocity, to name just a few-plus the all-important atmospheric …Read the Rest

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