Accuracy and Precision for Long Range ShootingOur Ballistician, Bryan Litz, is proud to announce the release of Applied Ballistics’ first eBook; Accuracy and Precision for Long Range Shooting. This means that iPad, Kindle, and Nook users now have access to one of the best resources for improving long distance accuracy in electronic format.

Since its release in 2012, the hardcopy of Accuracy and Precision for Long Range Shooting has sold over 5000 copies. The book introduces the concept of Weapon Employment Zone (WEZ) analysis. This statistical approach is used to assess how hit percentage is calculated and how it’s affected by uncertainties involved in long range shooting. Many illuminating studies are presented to show what things affect your hit probability at long range. Live fire verification is presented for a number of scenarios.

The Kindle book is available directly from Amazon.

iPad users can use the Kindle App to load the book for reading on iPad.

The Nook version is available from the Barnes and Nobles store.

All formats of the eBook are sold for $27.99 (hardcopy is $34.99). If you have a Kindle, Nook or iPad, and are interested in having this valuable resource at your fingertips, you should also check out the various recreational and professional articles for your eReader as well. Visit the Applied Ballistics Website to see what articles are available.

Do you prefer reading a physical hard copy book instead? You can buy your copy today on, where you can also find hard copy versions of the Berger Bullets Reloading Manual and Bryan’s Applied Ballistics for Long Range Shooting 2nd Edition.

Questions or comments about Bryan’s books? You can contact his team directly through the recently redesigned Applied Ballistics Website. If you haven’t been there lately, now is a great time to see what has changed.