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Old 10-18-2011, 08:46 PM
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Re: 300rum, 200gr, 3200fps how???

Its a fact that some barrels are faster and slower then others. Some barrels produce higher BC then others, how, I am not sure but it happens.

We often get hung up on numbers, velocity, energy, BC, ES....... Most important is to use those numbers as a means to an end. The END is getting a drop chart or dial up chart that is a dead on match to the actual trajectory of out rifle and ammo. Getting a chart that matches your trajectory is far more important then the numbers we plug in to get those predictions.

Simply put, numbers are numbers, use them to get your drops accurate and be done with them!!!!
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Re: 300rum, 200gr, 3200fps how???

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Its a fact that some barrels are faster and slower then others. Some barrels produce higher BC then others, how, I am not sure but it happens.

We often get hung up on numbers, velocity, energy, BC, ES....... Most important is to use those numbers as a means to an end. The END is getting a drop chart or dial up chart that is a dead on match to the actual trajectory of out rifle and ammo. Getting a chart that matches your trajectory is far more important then the numbers we plug in to get those predictions.

Simply put, numbers are numbers, use them to get your drops accurate and be done with them!!!!
Well said as always!
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