What is The Cartridge Comparison Guide?
This Guide will help every shooting enthusiast from the absolute beginner to the very advanced! You will better understand the versatility and performance potential of each cartridge. Comparing this performance against any other cartridge of interest will empower you to select the best cartridge
for your personal shooting requirements.
- Author/Publisher: Andrew Chamberlain/Chamberlain Development
- 228 Pages Sprial-Bound
- First Edition; First Revision (2010)
This Guide clearly defines the Who, What, Where, and Why questions and provides their explanation as it applies to any individual. Enabling you or any reader to pick the optimal cartridge for your personal hunting needs, limitations, preferences, and expectations.
Nowhere else can a you find this amount of comparative information and discussion material in one location.
- This Guide is easy to understand.
- It uses simple, clear and concise wording paired with highly accurate and descriptive narrative.
- It clearly defines cartridge components, terminology, and bullet behavior in short easy-to-understand segments.
- It clearly defines principles of hunting, shooting and proper cartridge and bullet application.
An excellent teaching tool for hunter’s education and personal defense.
Learn to effectively:
- Understand cartridge velocities, bullet energy and recoil.
- Understand a cartridge’s capabilities and how it compares to others.
- Understand bullet selection, composition, structure and purpose.
- Clearly define proper bullet application for any specific use.
- Find the right cartridge for the beginner, avid hunter, man, woman, or youth.
Maximize your shooting potential while saving time, effort, and money. Learn how to best meet your own needs and expectations!
- This Guide shows how to maximize the potential of every factory available cartridge from the smallest caliber (.17) to the largest (.50).
- It clearly defines terminal ballistics based on bullet energy, momentum, and Energy Saturation.
- Table 4 shows the highest velocity cartridges based on a range of bullet weight (35-53, 55-69, 70-107, 110-139, 140-175 grains etc).
- Table 6 and 7 of this Guide provide recoil calculation for each rifle cartridge when fired through a featherweight
(5.5 lb), regular (8 lb), heavy barrel (11 lb), or bench rifle (14 lb) and then compares these data points.
This Guide maintains a neutral and positive stance when comparing different cartridges and bullet types. It highlights benefits and illustrates possible trouble points of improper cartridge or bullet application. It explains how you can identify the difference between proper and improper usage.