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Discussion in 'Optics' started by FireInTheWire, May 14, 2018.

  1. FireInTheWire

    FireInTheWire Keep the sword in sheath TGT Supporter

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    Anyone here familiar with this rangefinder? Question I have- I'm running factory Horandy 147g ELD Match in 6.5c. Horndy's site states that round's BC is
    G1=.697
    G7=.351

    But on my Sig app... in the bullet library.. It has that bullet's BC showing to be
    G1=.654
    G7=.335

    Why the discrepancy? Can anyone shed some light? I've done some searching but haven't found the answer. I thought I'd ask here before I call Sig.
     


  2. orbitup

    orbitup Sticker Cop TGT Supporter

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    I believe that comes with Applied Ballistic software. They probably tested that bullet and came up with their own numbers. I would trust them over Hornady marketing.
     
  3. robertc1024

    robertc1024 Just the facts Ma'am. TGT Supporter

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    I looked it up on the Ballistics AE app on my phone. Just the same Hornady #s. There are some Litz #'s on there sometimes that are actual test data, but not for that bullet - sorry.
     
  4. FireInTheWire

    FireInTheWire Keep the sword in sheath TGT Supporter

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    Yes sir. I called Sig and that's exactly what they said. Thanks
     
  5. FireInTheWire

    FireInTheWire Keep the sword in sheath TGT Supporter

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    If I give you my actual FPS for that round out of my gun... Can you tell me what the actual BC would be? What other info do you need? I didn't know if your software would give that...
     

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