Zwoll, Wayne van
October 2016
Whitetail Journal;Oct2016, p58
The article discusses improving ballistic coefficients of bullets for deer hunters. It mentions that hunting bullets with long ogives and tapered heels drifts less in the wind. It mentions the effect of high ballistic coefficients on slow deceleration of bullets. It also mentions the Doppler effect of the bullet on the distance, time and velocity of the bullet.


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