At Berger, we are obsessed with the science of ballistics. Consumers share our obsession, yet repeatedly latch-on to each new projectile touting the highest Ballistic Coefficient (BC) and its claims of “best-in-class” accuracy. What should we believe? Follow our Berger No BS-BC campaign and learn more about Ballistic Coefficients, the importance of their consistency, and BC’s effect on accuracy and precision.
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Ballistic Coefficients are widely misunderstood and misleading. A high BC value has little meaning without quality and consistency in bullet construction. Our Berger Long Range Hybrid Target (LRHT) bullets have Doppler-proven Ballistic Coefficients with the tightest deviations in the industry – less than 1% variation.
Long Range Hybrid Target’s, like all Berger projectiles, have a foundation beginning with a J4 Jacket and unmatched .0003” Total Indicated Runout. Each projectile is formed using our innovative Meplat Reduction Technology™, making the LRHT incredibly precise and repeatable. This unprecedented level of quality provides less vertical dispersion at long range, better predictability, increased hit probability, and dispels the “highest-number-wins” BC-Bulls**t. Characteristics that are demanded by long-range competitive shooters, Mil/LE operators, and all-around accuracy enthusiasts.
The more you learn about BC’s, the more you will appreciate our obsession with providing real, accurate, “No BS-BCs” that represent actual performance and consistency from bullet-to-bullet and shot-to-shot. All of you know, Berger didn’t invent the Ballistic Coefficient, but our obsession with the science includes keeping the BS out of it.