A GREAT follow-up to Applied Ballistics for Long-Range Shooting is the newest book by Bryan Litz Accuracy and Precision for Long Range Shooting.
Bryan Litz once again delivers with a volume that is filled with useful information delivered in layman’s terms that make the information accessible to everyone – not just Engineers. What this book covers is an effective method for the rifleman to determine what areas of practice will deliver better accuracy or precision. For example, most of us know that range estimation, wind estimation, level sights and correct trajectory modeling will affect our ability to hit a target at long range. However, which of these are affect our accuracy vs. precision? Which of these are more important to focus on improving verses the others? What about coriolis effect, spin drift, high or low angle shooting or choosing an G1 Ballistics curve verses a G7? If you want to understand a method Bryan Litz has developed called Weapon Employment Zone (WEZ) that helps define which are more important to practice, you need to read this book.
The information presented in this book is invaluable to the rifleman in his search for making hits, it should really be on your bookshelf!