Central Virginia Tactical
“The F.I.R.E. Analog Ballistic System was the brain child of Brian Finamore. Having gone through several training programs as a student of mine at Central Virginia Tactical, Mr. Finamore saw a need for a faster more reliable method for computing all of the necessary formulas for long rang shooting, especially ones used for calculating windage adjustments which are arguably the most time consuming, important yet least understood. Encompassed within the specialized “Rifleman Marksmanship Programs” taken by Mr. Finamore at Central Virginia Tactical, was the method of windage adjustment called “Wind Drift”. The time honored system of Wind drift is accomplished by reading natural wind indicators and applying what is being “felt and observed” to a simple, extremely accurate repeatable formula, regardless of distance to target. I always tell my students that there are no wind flags on the battlefield. However, in order to utilize the wind drift method one needs the ability to measure or estimate wind direction and velocity in three different locations, most commonly at the muzzle, mid range and at the target. Needless to say, that at times these calculations can be time consuming and difficult even with the use of a calculator or hand-held PDA device”.
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