Re: Can shooting into the wind lift your bullet?
If you are shooting over flat ground then I would say no, the wind could not cause lift, at least not to the extent you're seeing. When shooting directly into the wind the air pressure should be equal all around your bullet which would not cause a shift in any direction other than where the bullet was already headed. If you have some serious hilly terrain and such that you are shooting across, then yes you could certainly be seeing lift. What you're experiencing could be a combination of incorrect data input into your ballistics program or even a scope that is not tracking correctly.