Re: Long Range Hunting Caliber
Try the JBM website. Berger also have a ballistic program on their website now. A lot of ballistic programs will give you adjustments in MOA so whether you have 1/8 MOA or 1/4 MOA doesn't matter.
For wind look back through the articles and find the one Shawn Carlock wrote. Also get a windmeter if you have don't have one. Get the reading where you are, look at how things around you are moving, and then compare that to the target area.