Originally Posted by PeteM
Assuming that both winds are of equal velocity, the near wind has more time
to push the pellet sideways & will cause it to be much further off target than the far wind.
therefore you should shoot when the near wind is calm and compensate for the far wind, if that is possible.[/SIZE]
Is that true? - The pellet will lose velocity as it travels so will spend longer in the far wind (assuming each wind covers the same area)
But - will a small deflection early on give a greater deviation at distance?
I am more confused now