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Which Chronograph Do You Need? Ballistic Nerd-Fest 2017 Part 2 ~ Rex Reviews Colin Burns and Rex Reviews friends continue the conversation and visit about chronographs, G1 VS G7 methods of correction, ballistics, the perks of table ...
Ballistic XLR 2017, Part 1 ~ Rex Reviews Behind the Scenes at RX17 Seminar In this exclusive preview excerpt of the Rex Reviews PODCAST show, Rex and LIVE in house guests explore the infinite details of long range rifle ballistics.
RX17 - Ballistic Tables - Colin Burns of BallisticXLR ~ Rex Reviews Colin Burns of BallisticXLR sits down at RX17 with Lew McCoy for an interesting visit on what it takes to code ballistic software. Enjoy. Thank you for your ...
BEST Sniper Books ~ Rex Reviews By popular request, Rex reviews the top reads on the topic of long range shooting, ballistics, and the tactical application of precision rifle fire in real life. Enjoy!
Long Range Bullets (3/4) Maximize your .308 Winchester's Potential! ~ Rex Reviews Is it possible for the .308 Winchester with 168 grain bullets to keep up with the .300 Winchester Magnum out to 1500 meters? With propriety bullet design from ...
Long Range Bullets (2/4) - 7mm Comparative Analysis ~ Rex Reviews In this video, Rex compares a few 7mm projectiles to articulate the general external ballistic performance profiles of different styles of bullets. This is by no means ...
Rex and Tracer83 (Field Artillery Officer) Talk Ballistics - Rex Reviews In this video, Rex and Tracer83 compare the external ballistics of field artillery with that of extreme long range precision rifle fire. They also expound upon the ...
SNIPER 101 Part 97 - Are Ballistic Computation Devices Worth a $#!T? Are ballistic computers worth a hoot in the field? Rex and 188Mule upload their expository preaching on the topic. Reliance upon technology for different long ...
SNIPER 101 Part 82 - RANGING ENEMY FIRE - Crack Thump Method Crack / Thump Method: The speed of sound is approximately 340 m/s at ATD ATM while the bullets velocity typically starts off 2 to 3 times faster than this.
Need help with your BALLISTIC TABLES? Watch This! Rex Reviews on Ballistic_XLR Do you need help making ballistic charts for your long range rifle? If so, we can help you out. In this video, Rex gives those who hate fighting with computers a ...
SNIPER 101 Part 80 - Secondary Ballistic Functions HD In this video, Rex discusses how to set up your secondary ballistic functions. Ballistic CALC-FORM excel link: ...
SNIPER 101 - Part 79 - Primary Ballstic Functions Tables HD In this video, Rex discusses how to set up your primary ballistic functions in an intuitive way so that you can easily digest and comprehend the ballistic character ...
SNIPER 101 Part 77 - Calculating FIRING SOLUTIONS for Various Applications of Fire How do you shoot at long range? Depending on the size of your target, the distance to that target and the atmospheric conditions at the time of firing on that ...
SNIPER 101 Part 76 - G1 vs G7 Drag Functions & Ballistic Coefficients In this video Rex will discuss bullet drag, ballistic coefficients, form factor, sectional density, the history of the G1 drag function, G1 VS G7 drag functions, and the ...
SNIPER 101 Part 72 - Spin Drift Corrections MADE EASY! To make your own spin drift tables for your extreme long range precision rifle - watch this video now! This video introduces you to the math behind spin drift ...
SNIPER 101 Part 66 - External Ballistics: Pressure & Gravity In order to understand bullet stability, you will have to understand how the center of pressure and center of gravity relate to each other. Watch this video to get the ...
SNIPER 101 Part 64 - JBM Ballistics Intro This video tutorial shows the process of using JBM ballistics to calculate the drop data needed to fill in our ballistic table templates. There are many different ...
SNIPER 101 Part 63 - Ballistic Tables - Excel TEMPLATES Intro Making ballistic tables can seem confusing at first. Trying to arrange the data in a logical, field expedient manner can be a challenge. In this video, Rex ...
SNIPER 101 Part 61 - Intro to Advanced External Ballistics & Tables Ballistic tables are an intergral part of the long range rifle system. In order to make the shot you will have to know exactly where to index your optic. In this video ...
SNIPER 101 Part 59 - Ballistics Tables - Muzzle Velocity Variation (2/2) In this video, Rex walks you through the process of logging your muzzle velocity variation (MVV) due to varying bore conditions and ammunition temperature ...
SNIPER 101 Part 58 - Ballistics Tables - Muzzle Velocity Variation (1/2) Muzzle velocity is NOT a constant! It varies considerable due to a host of factors. In order to successfully engage targets at long range it is CRUCIAL that you be ...
SNIPER 101 Part 34 - Advanced Internal Ballistics - Introduction - Rex Reviews In this first video on internal ballistics Rex introduces the topic by walking through the outline of the series. Understanding Internal Ballistics is fundamental to the ...
SNIPER 101 Part 33 - Angle of Fire Corrections - Rex Reviews In this video, Rex expounded upon the different factors involved in making corrections for shooting upslope and downslope. Rex discusses true range, actual ...
SNIPER 101 Part 30 - Barometric Pressure & Altitude Corrections - Rex Reviews Rex reviews the effects of barometric pressure and altitude on the trajectory of a bullet. In order to precisely correct for the changes in atmospheric density at ...
SNIPER 101 Part 27 - Classic Application of Ballistics - Rex Reveiws In this video, Rex quickly reviews how long range shooters have classically applied basic external ballistics. Rex shows the most commonly used methods of ...
SNIPER 101 Part 26 - BASIC External Ballistics - Rex Reviews In this video, Rex introduces the fundamentals of long range external ballistics. Rex covers: Newton's 1st Law of Motion, the forces that affect projectile flight ...
SNIPER 101 Part 25 - Ballistics Overview - Rex Reviews 1. Internal Ballistics -- and all the possible factors that cause variations in either MV or in Point of Aim as the bullet begins its motion and how to correct for them.
SNIPER 101 Part 21 - Scope Quality by Brand Long range rifle scope turret quality, glass quality. lens origin, and brand names are all compared in this video. Rex explains the differences between chromatic, ...

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