I got the .25moa less drop from 742 yards compared to the 750 yards. That was from both exbal and JBM. I did account for the down draft on the opposite side, but about as much as I accounted for the up draft on the shooter's side...none.
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I have worked quite a bit with this kind of shooting problem in canyon shooting. I would have done this:
1. Ran my PPC for 750 yards @ .99 cosine and got my dope.
2. Noted the head wind velocity and the apparent angle of the facing slope being 20 degrees or so and around 4-5 mph.
3. I would consult my wind reading for 4-5 mph at 500 yards as this is 2/3 of the shot distance. This would be about 1.00 moa, now 20 degrees is roughly 1/4 value in wind making the effective updraft about 1/4 moa on paper. I have found the wind to almost always be faster in the open air than by the walls so I would have backed off .50 moa from the computer generated dope for 750 @.99. If you have my video the 1602 yard shot is suffering from the same effect but from a different direction. On that shot we used the method I just outlined and backed 2.00 moa off and were still .5 high on the first shot. It maybe hard to put to paper but I have seen this effect to cause repeated high bullet strikes in a varity of conditions. It takes a bit of practice because I have not seen the down draft from the opposite canyon wall have much if any effect. I have seen many times the down draft from a tailwind in this same scenerio cause a drop in bullet impact and require more elevation. I figure the correction the same way only add the offset. This is how I have done it, but as with anything wind related it is always your best guess.