Located in Cedar Springs Michigan, Applied Ballistics is a well-known source for great information, education, and real-world training for long-range shooters. Applied Ballistics curates a lot of its own research and data to give long-range shooters the data and information they need to become more effective marksmen. All in all, Applied Ballistics has just about any type of information or service you’d want when it comes to long-range shooting ranging from load development, ballistic testing, and software integration for mobile applications that work with existing ballistic hardware like laser rangefinders and wind measuring devices. Applied Ballistics is now proud to announce a new service called The Science of Accuracy Academy.
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The Science of Accuracy Academy Announced by Applied Ballistics
Applied Ballistics is announcing a new online resource for shooters called The Science of Accuracy Academy. This subscription-based website is launching with nearly 30 podcast episodes, with many more planned, as well as video content, Zoom classes, and much more.
The main goal of the online academy is to adapt and modernize the delivery of content coming from Applied Ballistics. In past years, books, DVDs, and seminars were the primary avenues for delivering information. Modern technology has evolved, and the delivery of information can be done in more efficient ways such as streaming videos, and podcast discussions of book and seminar content. In addition to being a more modern delivery platform, The Science of Accuracy Academy allows for more frequent updates than traditional books and DVDs which can take over a year to disseminate.
Bryan Litz, owner of Applied Ballistics LLC tells us: “I’m very excited about this avenue to share what we’re learning in the Applied Ballistics lab. I think many shooters will benefit from the podcasts, which contain very insightful discussions and can be enjoyed in your car, or as you work. We look forward to publishing more of our research thru the Science of Accuracy Academy”.
You can visit The Science of Accuracy Academy at: www.thescienceofaccuracy.com. The subscription is $9.95/month.
I still remember watching the “Basic Rifle Shooting – A Better Way“ instructional VHS tape when I was a kid and thinking that it was really cool that you could get this kind of information from your local library. Now, modern companies are taking advantage of digital distribution methods to bring the most up-to-date information to shooters thirsty for this type of knowledge. At a price of $9.95 a month, The Science of Accuracy Academy videos should prove to be a more useful way to spend your money than on your Netflix subscription. If you’re interested in subscribing to this new service, you can check out the new website http://thescienceofaccuracy.com/. What are your thoughts on this new service from Applied Ballistics?
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