Bryan Litz, renowned ballistics expert and the founder of Applied Ballistics, has authored another book, the third volume of “Modern Advancements In Long Range Shooting” series of books. According to the description of the new book on the website of The Science of Accuracy Academy by Applied Ballistics, Volume 3 continues in the tradition of the first two volumes by presenting live fire ballistic testing results, data and analysis.
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Modern Advancements In Long Range Shooting is a book series by Bryan Litz which documents the ongoing R&D taking place in the Applied Ballistics laboratory.
The series is heavily based in experimental ballistics, and takes a sort of ‘mythbusters’ approach to many of the questions and problems faced by modern long range shooters. In today’s world of marketing hype and movie magic, Applied Ballistics continues to explore long range shooting using the scientific method, and publishes the results in a non-biased way that’s easily understood by the layman.
The latest volume of the “Modern Advancements In Long Range Shooting” book series consists of four parts with multiple chapters discussing precision testing, handloading, Doppler radar testing and other topics. Here is the full table of contents.
All chapters take a close look at the scientific theory as well as live fire test results with the overall goal being to reveal information that’s useful to the modern long-range rifle shooter. Author Bryan Litz explains the complex topics of ballistics in easy-to-understand layman’s terms so it’s accessible to all readers.
The “Modern Advancements In Long Range Shooting: Volume III” book is available for preorder on the website of The Science of Accuracy Academy for $44.95. The estimated start of shipping is early September 2022.
The two Bryan Litz books I own, “Applied Ballistics For Long Range Shooting” and “Ballistic Performance Of Rifle Bullets”, are worth every penny I paid for and have been invaluable research sources. Let us know what you think about the ballistics and long-range shooting books by Bryan Litz.
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