Episode 3 of The Everyday Sniper’s podcast series “Why Consistency Wins” is available to listen to now. This episode focuses on BC’s effect on accuracy at both short and long range. Bryan Litz goes into detail about what accuracy really means, while Emil Praslick gives you a quick run down of what the relationship between BC and wind is. Listen now by visiting their podcast webpage now or following The Everyday Sniper in your favorite podcast listening app.

The Everyday Sniper podcast focuses on long range shooting, precision rifles, firearms, training, and industry update. With The Everyday Sniper, take control of your accuracy.

Bryan Litz - Chief Ballistician

Bryan Litz, Berger’s Chief Ballistician and “the guy who literally wrote the book on Applied Ballistics.”

Emil Praslick - Business Development Tactical Sales

Emil Praslick, Mil/LE Expert and one of the top wind reading coaches in the world.

The 10-part podcast series begins April 30 and dispels the “highest BC is best” myth, addresses the requirements for successful long range shooting, and “Why BC Consistency Wins” outright. Each podcast is an in-depth discussion of Berger’s bi-weekly “No BS BC” ballistics articles, penned by Bryan Litz. The more you learn about BC’s, the more you’ll appreciate Berger’s obsession with providing real, accurate BCs that represent actually performance and consistency from bullet-to-bullet and shot-to-shot.

Follow Berger, Sniper’s Hide and Every Day Sniper’s social media to read the latest “No BS BC” article and submit your technical questions to the experts.

Podcast Schedule and Topics

5/1 What is a Ballistic Coefficient and its Purpose?
5/15 Variation in BC with Velocity
5/29 BC Effect on Accuracy, Short and Long Range
6/12 BC and Performance
6/26 Shot to Shot Consistency – Sources of BC Inconsistency
7/10 BC Effect on Precision, Short and Long Range
7/24 Comparing BCs
8/7 SC of BC, Bell Curve
8/21 Manufacturing Effects on BC, Accuracy and Precision
9/4 MV-BC Trade Off and Different Brands