ballistic correction

ballistic correction

[bə′lis·tik kə′rek·shən]
(ordnance)
An adjustment in firing data that is based on ballistic conditions, affecting the flight of a projectile; does not include adjustment based on observation of fire.
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It is furnished with a fully integrated fire control system that provides ballistic correction.
Once zeroed, ballistic corrections are made using the reticle, not a spinning turret.
Powered by ATN's Obsidian II Core, the X-Spotter displays information on the user's screen such as pitch and yaw angles, distance to target, ballistic corrections, zoom and direction.
The results to date have been a line of rifles that vastly improve the probability of first-round hits at extreme distances by automating ballistic corrections.
Once zeroed, all ballistic corrections are made using the reticle.
Once zeroed, ballistic corrections are made using an illuminated etched glass Bullet Drop Compensating reticle.
Yes, as the reticle is precisely delineated it is also highly useful for ballistic corrections.