Applied Ballistics to Host Second Applied Ballistics Seminar

Applied Ballistics Seminar

Cedar Springs, MI – Applied Ballistics, LLC, has announced that they will be hosting their second “Applied Ballistics Seminar,” May 23-24th, at the Dallas/Addison Marriott Quorum by the Galleria.

Attendees of the seminar will get a first look at some of the newest information from the company and their industry partners before its released general public.


Items that will be included in the next Applied Ballistics Seminar include:

  1. Hornady ELD-M, ELD-X, and G9 Competition bullet performance data. We are nearly complete with our testing on these bullets, and attendees will get a firsthand look at the new data. This data will be released all at once in the next library update (date not determined yet), and in the third edition of Ballistic Performance of Rifle Bullets (generally released around Christmas). This data will not be published on open sources before the next library update. However attendees of the Dallas seminar will get an early look at the new ballistics data for these bullets, and possibly more.
  2. LRF Lab Tests. Nick Vitalbo is wrapping up Laser Range Finder laboratory testing. Attendees of the Dallas seminar will get an early look at this test data. Not only will you get to see how different systems compare, he will teach you how to take any LRF on the market, and determine its capabilities vs varying reflectivity targets, under varying atmospheric/light conditions. Just to name a few of the LRFs in the data: Silencerco Radius, Sig Sauer, Vectronix, Steiner, Leica, Swarovski, LTI, Gunwerks, Bushnell, Leupold, Vortex…. Not only will you get to see how they compared to other LRF devices, on different targets, but you will also get to see the cost per meter performance so you can determine what device best fits your needs and budget. You will also be taught how to reverse engineer the performance of any LRF device on the market, to predict performance in different conditions.
  3. Modern Advancements Volume 2. Attendees will be the first to receive copies of Modern Advancements Volume 2. This is included free of charge to those who attend. If the books are not back from the printers in time, you will be listed on the pre-order list to receive your copy day 1. Those who enroll in the Dallas Seminar will be at the top of the list to receive this, before its available for sale.

Applied Ballistics SeminarAttendees will also be the first to see the newest piece of Applied Ballistics Technology. This device has not been seen by the public, and will send waves through the shooting community.


For more information, and to enroll in the Dallas Texas Applied Ballistics 2016 Seminar, visit

About Applied Ballistics, LLC
Applied Ballistics’ mission is to be the complete and unbiased source of external ballistics information for long-range shooters.  We’re highly active in R&D, constantly testing new claims, products and ideas for potential merit and dispensing with the marketing hype, which can make it so difficult for shooters to master the challenging discipline of long range shooting.  We believe in the scientific method and promote mastery through understanding of the fundamentals. Our work is passed on to the shooting community in the form of instructional materials, which are easy to understand, and products such as ballistic software which runs on many platforms.  If you’re a long range shooter who’s eager to learn about the science of your craft, we’re here for you.