Originally Posted by Gibbs
It would be practical to turn my Steyr down. And the loopier trajectory which would result from this would counteract the flattening caused by thinner air.(and would of course need to be re-zeroed)
And as I understand it, as air warms up, it becomes MORE dense, not less dense.
If you have time in the middle of a match to turn the Steyr down, and be EXACTLY sure what your trajectory is going to be like, you are a better man than me.
Warm air is MORE dense???? Could you explain how that happens please, for my benefit.