I was wrong.

Correction on my previous video. The wind At the muzzle does have the greatest effect of a bullets trajectory, although the decelerating projectile does allow for more wind deflection at long range the effect of wind in the short range is more dramatic, for example a small bump off course of the projectile at short range makes large changes of point of impact on target. This is a fairly new science and this resent paper on it is very interesting www.bergerbullets.com/bryan-litz-articles/
We have now developed the tools to measure these things. The future is bright for long range shooting.


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