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Kestrel 4500NV Pocket Wind Weather Meter Applied Ballistics w/ Blue Tooth Maximize

Kestrel 4500NV Pocket Wind Weather Meter Applied Ballistics w/ Blue Tooth

 PC Loader software; build firearm profiles on your computer and transfer them via wire or Bluetooth

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Kestrel 4500NV Pocket Wind Weather Meter Applied Ballistics w/ Blue Tooth <p class="body"> </p> <ul style="font-size: 11px; line-height: 14px;"> <li class="body"> <ul> <li class="body"><span>The Kestrel applied ballistics meter combines sophisticated environmental sensing features with long-range shooting ballistics information in one hand-held device. The built in Applied Ballistics software provides all of the following: " The accurate and trusted Litz library of G1 and G7 referenced Ballistic Coefficients (BCs). " Custom drag curve modeling; helpful in engaging targets beyond the supersonic range of the bullet. " Ballistic Calibration (truing) feature allows you to train the solver based on actual bullet impact. " PC Loader software; build firearm profiles on your computer and transfer them via wire or Bluetooth</span> <p>The Kestrel Shooters Weather Meter with Applied Ballistics Technology measures up to 15 environmental parameters and allows users to select from either G1 or G7 ballistic coefficients (BC) when calculating a trajectory at the range. The handy, portable meter also offers the Litz measured BC library of over 225 bullets, which is considered to be the most extensive source of measured data for modern small arms bullets. Users can also train the Kestrel Shooters Weather Meter with Applied Ballistics software to match a specific rifle based on observed impacts at long range with the ballistics calibration feature, which offers even more accurate data points for users to rely on. With easy access to more accurate BC data, shooters have everything they need to make a much more precise trajectory calculation in a compact and durable Kestrel meter design.</p> <p>What's the difference between the Applied Ballistics and the Horus version?</p> <p>The main differences between the two models is The Applied Ballistics model has a different truing application with drop scale factor, it has bullet length as a standard gun input (used to calculate spin drift) offers +- angle input and has the ability to use G1,G7 and custom drag profiles. The unit comes Pre loaded with 7 and the Gun loader will have over 100 custom drag profiles to use.</p> <p>Kestrel 4500NV Applied Ballistics Meter Features " Calculate accurate fire control solutions for long range rifle shooting. " Select either G1 or G7 ballistic coefficient when calculating a trajectory. " Get ballistic coefficient data for more than 225 long range bullets. " Measure up to 15 environmental parameters at your fingertips. ""Train" the software to match your specific rifle based on observed impacts at long range " Wind speed/air velocity " Temperature " Wind chill " Relative humidity " Heat stress index " Dewpoint temp " Wet bulb temp " Barometric pressure " Altitude " Density altitude " Wind direction " Crosswind " Headwind/Tailwind " Pressure trend</p> </li> </ul> </li> </ul>
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    • The Kestrel applied ballistics meter combines sophisticated environmental sensing features with long-range shooting ballistics information in one hand-held device. The built in Applied Ballistics software provides all of the following: " The accurate and trusted Litz library of G1 and G7 referenced Ballistic Coefficients (BCs). " Custom drag curve modeling; helpful in engaging targets beyond the supersonic range of the bullet. " Ballistic Calibration (truing) feature allows you to train the solver based on actual bullet impact. " PC Loader software; build firearm profiles on your computer and transfer them via wire or Bluetooth

      The Kestrel Shooters Weather Meter with Applied Ballistics Technology measures up to 15 environmental parameters and allows users to select from either G1 or G7 ballistic coefficients (BC) when calculating a trajectory at the range. The handy, portable meter also offers the Litz measured BC library of over 225 bullets, which is considered to be the most extensive source of measured data for modern small arms bullets. Users can also train the Kestrel Shooters Weather Meter with Applied Ballistics software to match a specific rifle based on observed impacts at long range with the ballistics calibration feature, which offers even more accurate data points for users to rely on. With easy access to more accurate BC data, shooters have everything they need to make a much more precise trajectory calculation in a compact and durable Kestrel meter design.

      What's the difference between the Applied Ballistics and the Horus version?

      The main differences between the two models is The Applied Ballistics model has a different truing application with drop scale factor, it has bullet length as a standard gun input (used to calculate spin drift) offers +- angle input and has the ability to use G1,G7 and custom drag profiles. The unit comes Pre loaded with 7 and the Gun loader will have over 100 custom drag profiles to use.

      Kestrel 4500NV Applied Ballistics Meter Features " Calculate accurate fire control solutions for long range rifle shooting. " Select either G1 or G7 ballistic coefficient when calculating a trajectory. " Get ballistic coefficient data for more than 225 long range bullets. " Measure up to 15 environmental parameters at your fingertips. ""Train" the software to match your specific rifle based on observed impacts at long range " Wind speed/air velocity " Temperature " Wind chill " Relative humidity " Heat stress index " Dewpoint temp " Wet bulb temp " Barometric pressure " Altitude " Density altitude " Wind direction " Crosswind " Headwind/Tailwind " Pressure trend