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Lower loss of velocity

If we compare ammunition of similar weight, one with a higher ballistic coefficient will lose less velocity than another with a lower BC in relation to its exit or muzzle velocity, therefore, it will remain in flight longer or, in other words, it will tend to have a flatter trajectory than the other.


Due to its manufacturing method, the muzzle velocity variation will no longer be a consequence of the weight variations between one slugs and another.

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Both the table and the graph show that the muzzle velocity of the VASILY Z is the lowest compared to the other ammunitions, however, at around 115 meters and onwards, it is the one that maintains its velocity until the end of the range at 200 meters.

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In the following test you can see one of the most recognized ammunition on the market, with its higher BC for the .22 caliber and very similar in weight to the VASILY Z, but the difference in BC of the latter results in a flatter trajectory and at around 100 meters, there is an inflection in the fall of the projectile so that at 200 meters we have a difference of 20 cm between one point of impact and another.

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