Product Preview: Ammo & Ballistics 6th Edition

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posted on September 13, 2017
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A comprehensive listing of factory-manufactured ammunition currently available on the U.S. market, Ammo & Ballistics 6th Edition provides ballistic data for more than 190 cartridges and 3,000 different loads. Listed in order of caliber, each entry provides velocity, energy, Taylor KO index, trajectory and wind drift figures out to 1,000 yds. for center-fire rifle cartridges, and out to 200 yds. for center-fire handgun and rimfire cartridges. Case dimensions and SAAMI maximum average pressure limits for each chambering are also provided. Price: $25. Contact: Safari Press; (714) 894-9080; safaripress.com.

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