Guys this might not be of interest but I will toss it out there for what its worth since it was just yesteday and fresh on my mind.
In talking with a few other wolf hunters I ran into while hunting an area, we got to talking long range. They wanted to see a LR shot and I am always eager to send one. So a rock was located at 1554 yards. Rock size was basically 2moa x 2moa measured with my NXS RN-R2 reticle. With all eyes and glss on the rock I doped the scope and sent one. Wind was very very light and I didn't even add it to the dope as it was so light and the target was so large. I hit about 1/2 moa right and 1/2 moa low from point of aim. I sent another using a little hold to center and we didn't spot it, I think it hit center rock but cant be sure. So I went back to the center mass hold like in the first shot and sent another. It landed in the same 1/2 moa low and 1/2 right spot as the first.
Now my point here is this. As I recorded this info in my field log book I wondered why I was 1/2 x 1/2 moa off. I had not employed the CE function as I felt I was good to go with out it. So I re-ran the dope on "shooter" this time elmloyng CE and getting the azmuth. The CE effect for this shot was another .4 moa left. Plus I believe I didnt give my kestrel
time to get a good temp reading and that could easily have been the 1/2 moa low. My kestrel is pretty slow at temp readings I need to find a better way for getting current temps faster.
Anyway you cut it Corriolis Effect would have put me closer on this shot.
End result is, they were impressed and are coming to some of the long range shoots I do this summer. So I may have gave them the bug.