Connecting with the Wind Or Surfing F-Class
I made the comment to Chip Lohman, the editor that "I lost my connection to the wind" when asked about how I did in a match. He asked what I meant by that and this article is the result.
WATCH: Trijicon Ventus Showcases Advanced Handheld Wind-Mapping, Range-Detection
Of interest at SHOT Show 2020 is Trijicon's Ventus combined rangefinder and Doppler LIDAR handled system. The Ventus X adds a ballistic solver.
What Exactly Is Wind Drift?
Having problems with the wind? Crosswinds have plagued shooters for generations, our explanation will keep you on target
What Can You Use To Judge The Wind?
Here are some key indicators for judging the wind during a shooting match.
Zeroing the AR-15 Service Rifle
The term “zero” means finding a sight setting that, under some set of conditions, results in a centered shot group. Those conditions include distance, ammunition, and event. Other variables that factor in include rifle, temperature, atmosphere, place, yet the list can continue.
Affordable Wind Gauges for Long-Range
Wind meters are a big help planning the trajectory of a long-range bullet to the target, whether from 200 or 1,000 yards.
Reading the Wind—Sometimes Simple is Best
Wind is an ever-present challenge in outdoor shooting, it pays to know how it moves the bullet on the way to the target.
Using Mirage To Determine Wind Speed And Direction
It's just a mirage! This article will help you learn an old technique that will help you at the range to discern the wind up to 15 mph
Effects Of Wind And Weather
Don’t quit when the wind is blowing. You have a major advantage if you try hard, because chances are half of you firing line has already given up!
A Guide To High Power Rifle Wind Reading
This interview with former AMU Service Rifle Team Head Coach Sgt. 1st Class Walter Craig has plenty of high power rifle wind reading wisdom