Troy, MI (PRWEB) March 14, 2013
Nielson-Kellerman (NK) creator and manufacturer of Kestrel Weather & Environmental Meters has partnered with Applied Ballistics, Inc. to launch a new line of Kestrel Ballistics Weather Meter line of products, KestrelMeters.com recently reported. The leading provider of Kestrel brand meters announced the launch of the Kestrel Shooters Weather Meter with Applied Ballistics technology line of products, which allows users to calculate accurate fire control solutions for long-range rifle shooting. The new Shooters Weather Meter with Applied Ballistics is available for pre-order for spring 2013 production.
As reported by KestrelMeters.com, the new meter with integrated Applied Ballistics software allows users to select from either G1 or G7 ballistic coefficients (BC) when calculating a trajectory. The new Ballistics Kestrel also offers the “Litz” measured BC library of over 225 bullets, a library that is considered to be the most extensive source of measured data for modern small arms bullets. In addition to these features, users can “train” the software to match a specific rifle based on observed impacts at long range with the ballistics calibration feature. With more accurate BC data, shooters are empowered to make more precise trajectory calculations.
Kestrel Weather & Environmental Meters are employed by thousands of users in hundreds of demanding activities around the world. The company sells creates top of the line wind meters and handheld weather meters that are designed to be easy to use, highly durable and portable.
KestrelMeters.com features the most popular Kestrel weather meters at affordable prices, and includes helpful product details and customer reviews. In addition to selling handheld weather meters, the KestrelMeters.com site also sells accessories for weather meters, including cases, calibration tools, replacement parts and tripods. The company provides products for a wide range of professionals, including firefighters, farmers, HVAC techs and military personnel all over the world. For more information, please visit KestrelMeters.com.