This article originally appeared over at the First Strike sub-forum of M. Carter Brown. That thread can be found here. Check it out if your interest in the subject extends to the community’s reaction and inputs. I’ve broken it up here on the blog into a series since the different aspects of rifle scope design […]

This article originally appeared over at the First Strike sub-forum of M. Carter Brown. That thread can be found here. Check it out if your interest in the subject extends to the community’s reaction and inputs. I’ve broken it up here on the blog into a series since the different aspects of rifle scope design […]

This article originally appeared over at the First Strike sub-forum of M. Carter Brown. That thread can be found here. Check it out if your interest in the subject extends to the community’s reaction and inputs. I’ve broken it up here on the blog into a series since the different aspects of rifle scope design […]

This article originally appeared over at the First Strike sub-forum of M. Carter Brown. That thread can be found here. Check it out if your interest in the subject extends to the community’s reaction and inputs. I’ve broken it up here on the blog into a series since the different aspects of rifle scope design […]

A semi-formal data driven analysis of paintball’s leading shaped projectile. I know its been awhile since my last test release but there were some trials and tribulations between here and there, check out the link if you’re interested in the meta-process that goes into ensuring quality data. Contents Intro and Manufacturing Consistency Action Type and […]

This is a direct reproduction of the post on Vector as written by Bryce Larson as it appears in the Punkworks sub-forum on TechPB. ————————————————————————————————————————————————————– OK, since it’s a common term used constantly by CockerPunk and me – I thought I would whip up a quick tutorial on what the term vector is and what […]

Check out the post titled “Accuracy, Never Enough to Go Around” Its been regularly updated with the background problems and trouble shooting that complicate testing efforts like these. The good news is, we had a couple of shooting runs where we captured quality data. I’m doing the write up right now, and that’ll get published on […]