Re: Kestrel help.
I use the Kestral 3500. Once my rifle is pointed at the target I place the windmeter on top of my scopes elevation knob. First I face it 180 degrees to get the cross wind. Then I turn it facing me and measure headwind/tailwind. I adjust my windage knob with the crosswind reading I get, and adjust my elevation based on my headwind/tailwind reading. I like to do it this way because you don't have to guess a windage value based on one windspeed. Hope this helps.
44.5 grains RL-15