Getting Started with Air Rifles - Part 2
00:38:48 | Join Bryan Litz as he continues exploring the flight of .22 and .30 caliber air rifle slugs and pellets using Doppler Radar at the Applied Ballistics Laboratory. This video picks up where the last one left off, shows the systematic testing of various projectiles and compares their radar tracks when fired from different twist barrels. Still, a lot to learn, but we start getting more useful results in this video in characterizing the flight performance of more air rifle projectiles. Eventually, as this work matures it will be the basis for assessing and modeling Custom Drag Models (CDMs) for air rifle projectiles in the Applied Ballistics software devices. The ultimate goal is to create ballistic models that support accurate fire solutions to many hundreds of yards!