Originally Posted by bigngreen
The first question that came to my mind was how are you getting your velocity data? Published specs are likely to be of so if your not using a crony to get an accurate velocity then I would tweak velocity before BC and see how that goes.
Good question .
Sorry I did not elaborate,(Normally I do) I use a chronograph for all testing, and assume
that any serious shooter that can afford one does the same.
And armed with the velocity and the trajectory they will give you an accurate BC and the performance range of the bullet. But be sure and use the G7 BC with your computer
for best results.
I never believe published data because it rarely matches your performance because of
barrel difference and climate.
I live 18 Feet above sea level and every test is slow and low compared to the altitude
and humidity of the published data location.(Normally 5000 to 8000 feet with a 30%
humidity) Our humidity is normally 95% and up.
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