Most tactical rifle courses teach students to maintain a "data", or "log book", and to make up their own "range cards" to match the trajectories of their rifles. This is good advice and I recommend it highly! The problem is, most people dont have the time or money to put together good comprehensive data. First of all, the data you work up for long range shooting in the summer, may be way off in the winter, when the weather is 60, 70, or even 80 degrees colder. (Our color-coded, three-card systems, help compensate for that by providing a card for each of three temperature ranges). Then, there are the uphill/downhill trajectories at various ranges, as well as wind deflection and moving target leads. You could spend a lot of time and money trying to develop all the data we provide for less than the price of a box of ammo! Ballisticards are simple to use. All you have to do is sight-in your rifle to match the "zero" indicated on your cards, select the card that matches your temperature range, and youre set to go. If you want to really keep it simple, just use the green color-coded card (mid-temperature range) year round and limit your shots to within 400 yards. (Each card has the temperature range listed on the front). Im so sure you will like our product that I offer a no-hassle money back guarantee. If you are dissatisfied for any reason, simply return the cards and your money will be refunded without question.
Good Luck and Safe Shooting!
Lou Schwiebert, OwnerBack to Top of Page