Applied Ballistics For Long Range Shooting 3rd Edition

ISBN-13: 9780990920618

ISBN-10: 0990920615

Author: Bryan Litz

Edition: 3rd

Publication date:
2015
Publisher:
Applied Ballsitics LLC
Format:
Hardcover 432 pages
Category:
Criminology, Business Law
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Summary

Acknowledged author Bryan Litz wrote Applied Ballistics For Long Range Shooting 3rd Edition comprising 432 pages back in 2015. Textbook and etextbook are published under ISBN 0990920615 and 9780990920618. Since then Applied Ballistics For Long Range Shooting 3rd Edition textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $11.83 or rent at the marketplace.


Description

Exterior ballistics is a very mature science. Unfortunately, most shooters have not been able to take full advantage of this field of knowledge because it's always been described in a highly technical language. In this book, author, champion shooter and Ballistician Bryan Litz breaks down the complex science of accuracy into layman's terms that are easy to understand and apply. The objective of each subject matter is to present information to the reader which they can use to hit targets at long range. New for this Third Edition The traditional role of exterior ballistics has been to account for the variables related to bullet flight so accurate fire solutions can be computed. Author Bryan Litz believes that ballistics has more to offer. Weapon Employment Zone (WEZ) analysis is the calculation of hit percentages. New for this third edition, the subject of WEZ analysis is explored and some enlightening topics are presented regarding the effects of environmental uncertainties on your hit percentage, as well as how the ballistic performance of your rifle and bullet affects hit percentage as well. This edition also includes the latest version of the Applied Ballistics Point Mass Solver on CD. Combined with experimentally measured BC's, this program is capable of modeling extremely accurate trajectories as verified in Chapter 8.