A while back there was a thread on a W3PS, a new bullet company advertising very high BCs. There was some debate as to whether these new bullets really meet their specs, and various forum members mentioned acquiring bullets for testing. Have any independent BC measurements been done with an accepted BC measurement method (near velocity and time of flight; near and far velocity)? I think some 155 grain .308 bullets had been sent to Michael Eichele who intended to use the near and far velocity method and conduct a side-by-side comparison with the 155 AMAX. Are these results available yet? Personally, I share the skepticism expressed by forum members that these bullets have BCs anywhere near what is being advertised. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence, and I cannot find much in terms of evidence supporting these extraordinary BC claims.