Down in Pike County between McComb and Brookhaven. The lane is really less sheltered than you would imagine. It is surronded by plantation pines that have just been thinned and the wind seems to funnel down the lanes. Thank goodness we dont have that much wind to begin with. I seldom have more than one MOA of correction for wind at 800. Several forum members come shoot with me on a semi regular basis, and you are welcome to come shoot if youd like. I leave a standing offer cause a lot of folks around here cant find anywhere to shoot longer ranges, too many rolling hills and pine trees. I find that I learn a lot from having other shooters out so I benefit a great deal from the circumstances.
I just got a lead on a place to shoot a mile in your area. If it pans out I am going to be heading that way as soon as deer season ends.
Right now I am not shooting too much because I hate to run the does off the range.
I admit that I know just enough to be dangerous.....but dangerous at ever extending distances.