Cedar Springs, MI – New for 2019, Applied Ballistics Weapons Division (ABWD) is proud to announce the release of the new EnABELR (Engineered by Applied Ballistics for Extreme Long Range) cartridge. The EnABELR is a medium capacity, magazine feedable cartridge available in both .375 and .338 caliber.
The .375 caliber version of the EnABELR has been selected for Phase 2 of the Extreme Sniper Strike Operations (ESSO) program, a government funded project to develop a high performance, extreme long-range sniper weapon system [link to original ESSO PR].
Bryan Litz, Chief Ballistician for Applied Ballistics and Berger Bullets states that: “The EnABELR Cartridge and the new Berger .375 caliber Solids [http://www.bergerbullets.com/berger-bullets-announces-new-elr-match-solid-projectiles/] were optimized for use in the ESSO application which requires high performance, as well as reliability over many rounds in adverse conditions. In addition to meeting the needs of the military, these are also favorable properties for the serious competition shooter as well.”
Beginning in Mid February 2019, Applied Ballistics Weapons Division is offering all components required to mainstream the EnABELR cartridges including: chamber reamers, Peterson Cartridge Company made brass, ABWD made reloading die sets, and complete tactical and competition rifle systems chambered in both .338 and .375 versions of the EnABELR cartridge.
Applied Ballistics Weapons Division
25 South Main Street
Cedar Springs, MI 49319