Originally Posted by RuggedJay
If it was tailwind or headwind, depending on how far you are shooting it might make a difference, or so I've been told.
And since most winds are not exactly 90^ cross winds, it's a constant issue. I know that during a match, I've shot in a 2-3 mph cross wind and when the wind stopped, I ended up catching some kind of thermal and the bullet dropped 18" or so at 1000 yards. It wasn't just me experiencing this. Every shooter who fired at the same time experienced the same drop.
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