Shane: Great Article! Nice “original” ACI!
One more interesting tid-bit about wind and light bullets... There is a huge difference between shooting .308, 6.5 etc, and the very fast lighter bullets. Once upon a time while attending a varmint shoot, I spotted for a fellow who was shooting a 6mm that had a velocity of approximately 3200 FPS with a feather-weight bullet.
The target size was 5" in diameter and sitting at 500 yards, and there were two winds to cancel out. One wind was at the muzzle coming from 5:00 with a velocity of approximately 5 mph, and the other coming from 3:00 at approximately 7 mph. When the bullet hit the second wind at 400 yards, it kind of started to push left, however it immediately climbed outside its edge, missing the target by about a 1/2" at 1:00.