You can use all the features of Ballistic Explorer
to precisely calculate the sight adjustment needed to zero your
load at its optimal range and then print a target to help you
boresight your gun at a short distance indoors well enough to
get on target at the optimal zero range, thus, saving you ammo,
time and frustration at the shooting range.
Explore various gun, ammo, and sight-in scenarios,
and if it's something you may want to revisit, save the entire
setup to a file using the new Project feature. Easily organize
your projects using descriptive file and subfolder names; anything
The Drag Analyzer
A tool that
lets you see bullet drag.
Shooter are being offered more and more G7 ballistic
coefficients and custom drag functions, as well as multiple (stepped)
BC values, but how do these compare? Unlike classic drag coefficient
graphs, the Drag Analyzers shows you actual bullet drag versus
velocity, and not just that of the drag function, but also that
of the BC itself along with air density, speed of sound, head
and tail winds. You get the full picture for the velocity range
and conditions you select.
At a glance you are able to see how various drag
functions differ, and in the case of custom and stepped BC values,
which standard function they most closely match. In the example
above you can see how the BC steps for the Sierra MK bullet correct
G1 to better follow G7. In your own shooting you might find the
easily caclulated G7 equivalent BC better matches your drop observations.