Trajectory errors, whether during or after the validation stage are usually caused by faulty inputs. The three basic inputs needed to get an accurate firing solution include the gun profile, target distance, and air density. This article will cover how to make sure air density is measured correctly and why it matters. Air density literally
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This article outlines and reviews the ballistic functions of the Leica Geovid HD-B Edition 2200. It follows our main review of the HD-B Edition 2200, where we focused on general use and rangefinder performance. There’s a lot to cover with the Geovid. If you missed the first part of the review, check it out HERE.
The Accuracy 1st Whiz Wheel is a tool that’s earned a permanent place in my long range shooting kit. The Whiz Wheel is a ballistic calculator that requires no batteries, is unaffected by weather or temperature, and is simple to use. I’ve been using an Accuracy 1st Whiz Wheel off and on for about 18