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Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by Little7fan, Aug 6, 2011.
Berger shows these two BC's, what's the difference?
Please refer to the following weblog article which I wrote specifically to address your question.
Berger Bulletin » A Better Ballistic Coefficient
As a real short summary, the main advantage of a G7 BC is that it doesn't change as the bullet slows down like a G1 BC does. This makes it possible to calculate long range trajectories that are more accurate at all points.
Feel free to ask any further questions after reading the above article.
Bryan, Would it be possible that after like 1400 yards and when shooting to 2000 plus yards ( but still sonic) that a stepped BC could be added to be spot on using G7?
Also if it is necessary to use a stepped BC is it better to use G1's ?
A very good question as some have seen using a stepped BC in G7 is helpful.
will be very interesting what Bryans comes up with????lightbulb
Thanks Bryan, nothing like hearing it from the man himself.