Can’t handle popcorn kernels shell stuck between my teeth….I’ll pass.Here we gooooo.....
Yep. A 180 grain .308 spitzer, a 180 grain .308 RN, a 180 grain .308 VLD bullet and a 180 grain .308[copper or lead] cylinder all have the same sectional density so which one to choose for that 1,000 yard shot.No.
Sectional density takes into account only diameter (caliber) and weight. Not bullet construction, composition, design, or velocity at impact. In other words, it disregards all of the important elements that distinguish bullets, particularly the different ways they react after striking a target. I would recommend disregarding it.
Not that I've seen. Maybe the person confused standard deviation for sectional density. I haven't seen any ballistics app ask for either value.Does anyone use a ballistic app that asks for SD?
Mine does not but someone at a gun counter at a local shop said his did.
From a ballistic app standpoint could it make a difference?