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#69 – Applied Ballistics Bullet Library

AB Bullet Library

00:50:08 | Bryan and Mitch cover Chapter 9 of Modern Advancements in Long Range Shooting – Volume 3, discussing the Applied Ballistics Bullet Library. This chapter outlines some of the history behind our bullet library and the science and testing that goes into supplying our customers with the best bullet drag data available. Tune in to learn more about what makes Applied Ballistics different and how the work we do can help you become more accurate and hit more targets!

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  • John Schaefer says:

    Any chance of testing the 6.5mm Norma 143gr projectile and getting it added to the database?

    • Torben Frandsen says:

      Hi John

      Let’s join forces. I would like all Norma and Sako bullets added to the database. Where are you located? I’m in Denmark.
      I have tried the “Contact form” on this page, but sadly without any lock.

      Kind regards

      • Francis Colon says:

        Hi Torben and John! We are always working to add projectiles to our database. We will add Norma and Sako to our requested list. Sometimes its just a matter of finding a source for specific lines, which has become slightly easier in recent months but still not widely available for many lines. Thank you for the suggestions!


  • Craig Denson says:

    Do the CDM and PDM take in account the change of BC as the velocity of the bullet changes over distance such as in ELR when muzzle velocity can be 3000fps and subsonic at the target.

    Basically performing the function of step BC’s at various velocities that some ballistic calculators use.

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