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Bryan earned his Aerospace Engineering degree from Pennsylvania State University in 2002. For the next 6 years, he worked for the US Air Force on Air-to-air missile design, modeling and simulation. In November 2008, he left the government and became the Chief Ballistician for Berger Bullets. Bryan founded Applied Ballistics and has produced numerous articles, books, and videos related to the science of long range shooting.
This was a very readable book. I've ordered the next in the list of books by this author. The information is useful for anyone interested in learning more about the factors necessary for accuracy and precision in the shooting sports. The chapter on chronographs was particularly well done.
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