Muzzle Velocity Explained

From the NSSF, Berger Bullets, and Applied Ballistics

Kevin Wilson
August 14, 2019

Precision long-range shooting has really taken off in popularity the last few years. A whole new world for shooters to get into, explore, and master.

Even if you've been shooting a while, if you've never dabbled in long-range shooting there are terms and concepts that may be foreign to you.

From the Nationial Shooting Sports Foundation, this short video hosted by Brian Litz (Ballistician for Berger Bullets and Applied Ballistics) will show you why accurately knowing your muzzle velocity can help you dial in those long-range shots.

Now, more than ever, it's more affordable to get into the long-range precision rifle game. In years past, several thousand dollars was just a starting point for this exciting arena of the shooting sports.

But, no more, thanks to our friends at Ruger. Ruger's Precision Rifle hit the market by storm and allowed even greater numbers of shooters to get involved in the long-range disciplines.

Our Exclusive Ruger Precision Rifle features a Davidson's Dark Earth Cerakote finish. We currently offer this rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 WIN, and 6.5 PRC. It's an affordable, attractive way to stretch your skills and enjoy what may be to you a whole new way of shooting.