The Applied Ballistics Shooting Meter Review ContestPosted October 04 2013
Our Kestrel 4500NV Applied Ballistics Shooting Meter with Night Vision and optional Bluetooth was recently released, and the reception has been excellent. People have raved about the Litz library of ballistics coefficients and the software that "learns" the trajectory of your personal gun, and now we want to hear from YOU.
That is why we are launching a video review contest! Simply post a detailed, honest review to YouTube or Vimeo about your experience with the meter, then e-mail the link to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet it to @kestrelmeters by October 31, 2013.
In exchange, you'll automatically win an awesome accessory for your meter, and our favorite reviewer will win a FREE tactical case and mini tripod so you're fully equipped when you're in the field!