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APPLIED BALLISTICS FOR LONG-RANGE SHOOTING


Applied Ballistics for Long Range Shooting 3rd Edition

Auto-oversatt beskrivelse (Beskrivelse - Produsent): Denne utgaven av Bryan Litz omfattende volum om ballistikk med lang rekkevidde inkluderer ytterligere to kapitler som dekker utvidede langdistanseskyting og monolitiske kuler. Nesten hvert annet kapittel er oppdatert; kapittelet om vindavbøying har nesten doblet seg i størrelse. Mer...

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This edition of Bryan Litz’s comprehensive volume on long-range ballistics includes two additional chapters covering extended long-range shooting and monolithic bullets. Nearly every other chapter has been updated; the chapter on wind deflection has almost doubled in size. Bryan provides experimentally determined ballistic coefficient data for over 235 long-range bullets. Bryan thoroughly explains the fundamentals of longrange ballistics to help anyone wishing to become an accomplished long-range shooter. Topics covered include ballistic coefficients, gravity drop, wind deflection, uphill/ downhill shooting, the Coriolis Effect, spin drift, effective sight use, and bullet stability, with performance analysis for hunters, competitive shooters, and tactical/lethality type shooting, all in a reader-friendly writing style so you can develop the necessary tools to calculate precise trajectories for long-range shooting. Includes a CD with the Point Mass Ballistics Solver (Ver. 2.0) software that lets you calculate potential ballistic coefficients on your computer. A former aerospace engineer and US Air Force missile designer, Bryan became the chief ballistician for Berger bullets in 2008. He was a US National Palma Champion in 2008, a member of the winning 2008 US Team in the Spirit of America International Rifle Match, and a national record holder for the NRA iron-sight midrange course in 2009. 578 pages, hardcover, with dimensional drawings and measured drag data for 236 bullets.
APPLIED BALLISTICS
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749008863
Applied Ballistics for Long Range Shooting 3rd Edition
Produsentnr.: 54995 Denne utgaven av Bryan Litz omfattende volum om ballistikk med lang rekkevidde inkluderer ytterligere to kapitler som dekker utvidede langdistanseskyting og monolitiske kuler. Nesten hvert annet kapittel er oppdatert; kapittelet om vindavbøying har nesten doblet seg i størrelse. Bryan gir eksperimentelt bestemte ballistiske koeffisientdata for over 235 langdistanse kuler. Bryan forklarer grunnleggende grunnleggende elementer i longrange ballistikk for å hjelpe alle som ønsker å bli en dyktig langdistanseskytter. Temaene som dekkes inkluderer ballistiske koeffisienter, tyngdekraften, vindavbøyning, oppover / nedover skyting, Coriolis Effekt, spinndrift, effektiv bruk av siktet og kulestabilitet, med ytelsesanalyse for jegere, konkurrerende skyttere og taktisk / dødelig type skyting, alt i en leservennlig skrivestil slik at du kan utvikle de nødvendige verktøyene for å beregne presise baner for langskyting. Inkluderer en CD med Point Mass Ballistics Solver (Ver. 2.0) programvare som lar deg beregne potensielle ballistiske koeffisienter på datamaskinen din. Bryan, en tidligere luftfartsingeniør og US Air Force missile designer, ble sjef ballistiker for Berger-kuler i 2008. Han var US National Palma Champion i 2008, medlem av det vinnende amerikanske teamet i 2008 i Spirit of America International Rifle Match, og en nasjonal rekordholder for NRA jernsikt mellomtrekurs i 2009. 578 sider, innbundet, med dimensjonerte tegninger og målte dragdata for 236 kuler.
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Spesifikasjoner: Firearm: Rifle Skill Level: Amateur Style: Reference Guide

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This edition of Bryan Litz’s comprehensive volume on long-range ballistics includes two additional chapters covering extended long-range shooting and monolithic bullets. Nearly every other chapter has been updated; the chapter on wind deflection has almost doubled in size. Bryan provides experimentally determined ballistic coefficient data for over 235 long-range bullets. Bryan thoroughly explains the fundamentals of longrange ballistics to help anyone wishing to become an accomplished long-range shooter. Topics covered include ballistic coefficients, gravity drop, wind deflection, uphill/ downhill shooting, the Coriolis Effect, spin drift, effective sight use, and bullet stability, with performance analysis for hunters, competitive shooters, and tactical/lethality type shooting, all in a reader-friendly writing style so you can develop the necessary tools to calculate precise trajectories for long-range shooting. Includes a CD with the Point Mass Ballistics Solver (Ver. 2.0) software that lets you calculate potential ballistic coefficients on your computer. A former aerospace engineer and US Air Force missile designer, Bryan became the chief ballistician for Berger bullets in 2008. He was a US National Palma Champion in 2008, a member of the winning 2008 US Team in the Spirit of America International Rifle Match, and a national record holder for the NRA iron-sight midrange course in 2009. 578 pages, hardcover, with dimensional drawings and measured drag data for 236 bullets.