Tag Archives: ballistics

Ammunition Accuracy Requirements 101

Written by Sierra Bullets Chief Ballistician Tommy Todd I load and shoot ammunition for a living. In my duties here at Sierra I constantly test bullet accuracy for our production needs. Because of this, I shoot a variety of different … Continue reading

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Does Bullet Shape Influence Accuracy?

Written by Sierra Bullets Chief Ballistician Tommy Todd A question we often have to answer here at Sierra is referencing bullet shape and how accurate it is. An example would be the Sierra #2130-30 caliber 150 grain Spitzer bullet and … Continue reading

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Sierra Bullets Infinity 7 Ballistic Software

Sierra’s newly released Infinity Version 7 Exterior Ballistics offers an easy to navigate interface designed by shooting enthusiast and Microsoft® software designer, Rodney Korn. Like Infinity Version 6, Infinity Version 7 allows users to generate multiple trajectory charts and graphics, … Continue reading

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Adding a Custom Bullet to Sierra Bullets’ Infinity 6 Software

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Robert Treece Lots of shooters with our Infinity 6 CD do very well on the line but get “flinchy” playing with the numbers—try this! From the main screen, select the cartridge/caliper symbol over on … Continue reading

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What is in a cartridge name? (Part 2)

Written by Ballistic Technician Philip Mahin Last time we were discussing why a 270 Winchester uses a .277” diameter bullet. Before we get too deep into this, we need to put a face with the name. When you hear the … Continue reading

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