Tag: Applied Ballistics

.22 LR at 511 Yards: What it Takes to Get on Target (22 ELR)

We took the challenge to see if we could get on target at 511 yards with a .22 LR rifle! We pulled in help from heavy hitters to rise to the challenge, and learned some essential processes in order to have the best chances possible. Watch the video to find out what happened. Shop the […]

What is Mach Trimming? In Depth Discussion with Bryan Litz (22LR Breakthrough)

One of my favorite things about SHOT Show is the opportunity to sit down and talk with Bryan Litz of Applied Ballistics. This year’s discussion was incredibly insightful and deep – watch the full video for Bryan’s latest research on rimfire!  Disclaimer Ultimate Reloader LLC / Making with Metal Disclaimer: (by reading this article and/or […]

TESTED: Sierra 6mm 107gr MatchKing Bullets

Sierra Bullets is widely known for their competition MatchKing bullets and their legendary performance. In this video, we put the 6mm 107 grain HPBT MatchKing to the test.  Disclaimer Ultimate Reloader LLC / Making with Metal Disclaimer: (by reading this article and/or watching video content you accept these terms). The content on this website (including […]

What MOA is my Rifle? Bryan Litz on Expectations of Precision

It’s easy to say a gun shoots ¾ MOA or that ammo is supposed to perform to a certain level. How do you quantify what that really means? We met with Bryan Litz of Applied Ballistics at the 2023 SHOT Show to discuss.  Disclaimer Ultimate Reloader LLC / Making with Metal Disclaimer: (by reading this […]

SHOT Show 2020: Bryan Litz talks Ballistic Advancements

If you’re serious about ballistics and long-range shooting, you know about Bryan Litz’s work. As the founder of Applied Ballistics, and the chief ballistician at Berger Bullets, he has made significant contributions to the field of modern ballistics. And that’s what I wanted to talk with Bryan about: the last 10 years and the next […]

In-Depth Ballistics Discussion with Bryan Litz and Applied Ballistics

My approach to learning a technical subject like long-range shooting is to first understand the “theory”, and then get hands-on with the “practice”. One of the resources I’ve found most helpful in understanding the theory of long range shooting are the Applied Ballistics publications that cover ballistics, long-range rifle shooting, and more. This reading combined […]