Re: Can someone please help me with milling wind
You have to know the value for a reference wind.
Most of us use a reference wind of 10 mph at 9:00 at 1000 yards.
Once you know the mils for that wind then you have to ratio an 8 mph wind and then ratio that again for 877 yards versus 1000 yards. finally you have to cosine the o'clock value.
This method is not precise but given that you don't have much precise data other than where you stand it gets the job done most of the time.
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