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Ballistics


Scenario1 At our shootingrange we use the Kestrel  4500 windmeters for accurate barometric and windage adjustement.

If all data is aqcuired, we then use the "Field Finring Solutions" program and our PDA. All shots are logged and targets are milled and GPS confirmed. Multitarget shots  are very accurate.


Scenario2 At our shootingrange we use the Kestrel  4500 windmeters for accurate barometric and windage adjustement.

If all data is aqcuired, we then use the "Whizzwheel"  for our settings.  All shots are logged. Multitarget shots  are pretty accurate.


Scenario3 At our shootingrange we use the Kestrel  4500 windmeters for accurate barometric and windage adjustement. We also "read" any miragepatterns on the targetarea.

The milldot reticle is used for "milling" our target sizes and estimate distances.  All shots are logged. Multitarget shots  are a challenge.


Brian Litz

Applied Ballistics LLC is a part-time ballistics consulting company founded in 2007 by owner Bryan Litz. Bryan has authored many articles for various shooting journals and magazines, sharing his ballistics knowledge with the shooting community. In 2009, Bryan expanded his contributions by authoring and publishing his first book Applied Ballistics For Long Range Shooting. In just two years the Second edition went to print.


   Bryan earned his Aerospace Engineering degree from Pennsylvania State University in 2002. For the next 6 years, he worked for the US Air Force on Air-to-air missile design, modeling and simulation. In November 2008, he became the Chief Ballistician for Berger Bullets.


Kestrel 4500