Re: uphill/downhill shooting questions
so i read the article and it was very helpful and interesting! thanks for showing me. there is something i don't understand though. last time i hunted, the 2 deer i took were at a decent upward angle from where i was sitting and it was into the wind. i have always thought that if you are shooting down, you aim low, but if you are shooting up, you aim high. so that's what i did and my shots hit both deer on the first shot. 2 deer, 2 shots, 2 kills. so my question is if that idea is wrong and you have to aim low no matter if you are shooting up or down, then the scope i was using was surely off right? i was using a borrowed .22-250 that i had never shot or sighted in. i just took the guy's word that it was good to go. what are your thoughts?