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EP29 - Interview with Nathan from Terminal Ballistics Research

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Terminal Ballistics Research (TBR) is a business that was formed to educate hunters and shooters worldwide.  This is delivered via their online cartridge knowledge base, thier tutorial books, hunting tutorial services and rifle accurizing services (including self learning via our bedding products and tutorials).

Nathans hunting career started when he was a young boy with his father. He started with the .22 magnum, graduating to the Lee Enfield .303 at age 12. They came from a poor background and Their firearms and ammunition were always of equally poor quality. They wounded a lot of game. When he left home at the age of 16, he bought a Lee Enfield and used this for several years, moved on to the .243 but later settled on the 6.5x55 Swedish Mauser

With in a few years hunters began to bring rifles to Nathan to either accurize or for help with reloading and load selection. Through these early encounters he discovered that some of the solution to effective game killing was teaching hunters about game anatomy and the importance of suitable shot placement. A major problem however, was the quality of both factory rifles along with some of the ammunition he had encountered. For each hunter whose rifle Nathan worked on, he found it useful to write a report, not just on work done, but also ways in which to optimize the usage of the hunters chosen cartridge, optimal sight settings and an effective game killing with prescribed loads

The TBR website is now recognized internationally as an information resource that provides useful and meaningful research that is firmly grounded in reality. The site currently receives over 100,000 new visitors per month!

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