Ballistic coefficient

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Ballistic coefficient (B.C.) is a firearms term related to ammunition. According to gun writer Matthew Boyd, ballistic coefficient is "the ratio of a bullet's sectional density to its coefficient of form. BC represents how efficiently the bullet flies through the air; the higher the BC number the more aerodynamic the bullet."[1]

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  1. Boyd, Matthew J., "Basic Firearms Terminology Defined." Guns and Shooting Online - Chuck Hawks.com, 2012. Accessed February 19, 2015