Going Ballistic with Ryan Cleckner

Former special operations (1/75) sniper, bestselling author, and firearm industry executive and attorney Ryan Cleckner discussing all things firearms. Episodes will include classroom format lessons on shooting theory and technique and talk-show format discussions on all things shooting related.

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6 – Headspace, Trigger Control, and Q+A

In this episode, Jason shares a story about how he almost killed Ryan as a kid and Ryan and Jason revisit some of the topics already explored in previous podcasts – spin drift and 1st vs 2nd focal plane scopes.  The Cleckners then explore what headspace is, how... read more

4 – Minutes of Angle and Mils

Ryan Cleckner explains what minutes of angle (MOA) and milliradians (mils) are and how to use them when shooting.  Ryan discusses how both of these units of measurement are angular measurements – an important distinction when learning how to use them (and even... read more

3 – First and Second Focal Plane Scopes

Ryan Cleckner explores the differences between first focal plane (FFP) and second focal plane (SFP) scopes.  The pros and cons (including cost) of each scope are explored so that you can might the right decision about which scope is right for you! Links: Sua Sponte... read more

2 – Live Q+A – Rifling, Twist Rates, and Bullet Weights

This live Q+A session was hosted on Facebook where viewers were asking Ryan questions live during the podcast. THE AUDIO IS LESS THAN DESIRABLE – I WILL FIX IT IN THE FUTURE. Ryan explains what rifling is, different methods used to create rifling and the pros... read more

1 – Gravity’s Effect on a Bullet’s Path

Ryan Cleckner introduces the first episode in his new podcast!  In this episode, Ryan explains how gravity is a constant, how it is an accelerative force, and how objects react to gravity.  These topics are applied to understand how the bullet fall the moment it... read more

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