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Old 07-20-2011, 12:57 AM   #1
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Hey can any one suggest a good book on ballistics I can read up on so I can have a better understanding than what I allready have. Thanks


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Old 07-20-2011, 02:13 AM   #2
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Check this book out. Applied Ballistics For Long Range Shooting written by Bryan Litz. I bought it over a year ago and IMO a very good book on the subject of long range shooting and external ballistics.

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That is a great book MRM it can get really headdy at times.

Also look for The Ultimate Sniper.

Most reloading manuals have a ballistics section in them.
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Hey thanks guys Im gonna check the both of them out as soon as I finish the modern day gunslinger hell of a good traning book thanks again guys
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Check this book out. Applied Ballistics For Long Range Shooting written by Bryan Litz. I bought it over a year ago and IMO a very good book on the subject of long range shooting and external ballistics.

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I was fixin' to recommend this book! I ordered it last week, and it came in two days ago (Monday). VERY good book!!! (Litz autographed it for me, too...)


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