The extraction of the procession and structure parameters for ballistic targets is a critical point for success of the ballistic target identification. This paper proposes a method to deduct the procession and structure parameters of a cone target based on the Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar (ISAR) sequences. The time-frequency ISARs of the symmetrical cone target are simulated by the range-instantaneous Doppler algorithm, which is based on the electromagnetic simulation data and micro-motion characteristics of the cone target, and the spin motion of the rotational symmetry cone target is ignored. The location information of strong scattering sources is extracted by the CLEAN algorithm besides; the formula of the projection of the slip-type strong scattering sources on the imaging plane is deduced, which can provide mathematics reference for the imaging simulation and parameter estimation of the precession cone target. The strong scattering sources affected by viewing angle is analyzed and the method of inversion of the procession and structure parameters is given. Finally, the simulation result shows that the imaging algorithm and the formula of the projection of the slip-type strong scattering sources on the imaging plane are correct, the procession and structure parameters are inverted by the location information of the strong scattering sources obtained.