Twist Rate Recommendations from Berger Bullets

Berger Bullets Twist Rate Stability Calculator - Example
Berger Bullets Twist Rate Stability Calculator – Example
Berger Bullets
Berger Bullets

Fullerton, CA -(AmmoLand.com)- Berger Bullets is constantly enhancing the rifle shooting experience.

Their goal is to establish the most accurate and up-to-date information possible, so trajectory predictions while using Berger Bullets are the most precise performance estimates available. Their data will be constantly reviewed and refined annually to maintain the accuracy of this information. For more information click HERE.

In keeping with constantly improving the rifle shooting experience and providing the most accurate information they have updated their recommended twist rates. The best way to determine accurate stability requirements for your bullet is to use the Berger Bullets Stability Calculator.

The new twist rate recommendations that Berger Bullets is offering are based on achieving optimal stability in nominal conditions. This means that the twist rates that they provide may seem conservative and the Berger recommendations for twist rates may be faster than what you actually need in your environment.

You can use slower twist rates and achieve good accuracy, but you may not get all of the BC out of your bullets. The twist rates are rounded down to the nearest whole number. To see all of the new twist rate recommendations you can download the Berger Bullets Quick Reference Sheet.

It is very important to remember that the best resource for understanding your bullet’s actual stability in your conditions is the Berger Stability Calculator. If you need assistance in using this powerful tool, please contact Berger Bullets at 714-441-7202 or [email protected]

Founded in 1955 by Bench Rest Hall of Fame member Walt Berger, Berger originally focused on bullets for one of the highest precision oriented disciplines. Berger has since broadened its offerings to match grade rifle bullets for Varmint, Target, Hunting and Tactical applications.

To find out more about Berger Bullets, visit www.bergerbullets.com.

About Berger Bullets:

Founded in 1955 by Benchrest Hall of Fame member Walt Berger, Berger originally focused on bullets for one of the highest precision oriented disciplines. Berger has since broadened its offerings to match grade rifle bullets for varmint, target, hunting and tactical applications.

To find out more about Berger Bullets, visit www.BergerBullets.com.