For a long time now we have had a list of ammo that we sell with basic information and links to purchase it on Sniper Central. You can see this list below:

Long Range Ammunition List (Old)

But we were looking to add something more than just a list of ammo that we sell. So we thought we would provide some ballistics data as well in order for our readers to make comparisons between the different loads. The new list has more data such as total drop at 1000 yards and some other information. You can see this new list below:

Commercial Sniping Ammunition (New)

If we do not carry that particular ammo, we provide links to retailers who do.

The problem is…we are not sure if we like the new list better and if it is more useful or not?? That is where I would like to solicit the feedback from our readers. If you could check out the two lists and let us know what you do and don’t like, we would appreciate it. Feel free to also let us know which you might prefer or what we can do to enhance them as well. You can leave feedback on this page or contact us directly.

Thanks!

Sniper Central 2019

6 Comments

Marty Fick

Mel,
Good job with the new ammo list upgrade. I like the additional ballistics information added to the page. This will save me having to go back and forth to JBM to crunch numbers when I’m trying to decide what ammo I might want to try out. I also like to be able to click on the ammo you offer and see what you have in stock. In particular, you have info posted for both mils and moa. I use mils but others may find moa data useful. The only thing you might want to add is 10 mph wind drift info at 1,000 yards in inches and mils or moa. This would be helpful for guys making a decision about one bullet bucking the wind better over another bullet which is always a big concern when shooting long distance.

Thanks for the new and improved list,

Marty from Indiana

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Martin F Galster

I like the new format, Mel, thank-you. Agree that wind-drift would be helpful as well.

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Marty Fick

Mel,
One other thought, you might want to add the b.c. to the chart for each bullet. As you well know, bullet b.c. is a good predictor of a bullet’s “in flight” performance. Shoppers might find this info useful when selecting a cartridge by knowing the b.c. I use b.c. info when working out trajectory comps before I go to the range. Sorry I didn’t think of this before my post yesterday. Keep up the good work…

Marty from Indiana

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