Winchester Ammunition Expands Capability Of Ballistics Calculator
East Alton, IL – -(Ammoland.com)- The award-winning Winchester Ammunition Ballistics Calculator recently received an upgrade—providing shooters and hunters more bullet types to choose from and adding shotgun slugs, rimfire and handgun ammunition to the menu.
The Winchester Ballistics Calculator allows users to choose their type of ammunition and compare up to five different Winchester products with easy-to-read, high-tech ballistic charts and graphs.
Users can customize ‘shooting’ conditions by entering wind speed and outside temperature, adjust zero marks for sighting in, then print or save the ballistics for later reference on the range or in the field.
“The Winchester Ballistics Calculator is an outstanding tool for all hunters and shooters; it’s simple to use and absolutely perfect for understanding ammunition ballistics,” said Brett Flaugher, vice president of sales and marketing for Winchester Ammunition.
“We expanded our product assortment on the calculator, and we continue to research new technologies that will make this tool widely available to shooting and hunting enthusiasts.”
The calculator is live at www.winchester.com/ballistics and is also available as an app that can be used on iPhones, iPods and iPads.
The Ballistics Calculator uses Microsoft Silverlight, a cutting-edge technology that integrates seamlessly into Web browsers and allows users to run highly advanced software applications over the Web.
For more information about Winchester Ammunition and its complete line of products visit www.winchester.com.
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