I was trying to figure out the specifics on Coriolis Effect and keep finding conflicting information. I remember seeing an old thread in here where someone was wondering why their POI was off and it was determined that it was due to Coriolis Effect. I can't find that thread, and was pretty hard to follow because there was a lot of conflicting information in there also. So I was wondering if someone could provide a simple explanation and answer a few questions. (I use "drift" because I don't know a better word to use.) 1.) A bullet will drift to the right in the northern hemisphere and drift left in the southern hemisphere, no matter what direction the shot is directed. Correct? 2.) Assuming the above is correct, is the strength of drift equal shooting in all directions? 3.) POI height; drifts low shooting West, high East? 4.) There is less Coriolis Effect at the equator than there is at the polls. Is that true for both the right/left drift and the POI height? Sorry for all the questions, just trying to understand the Coriolis Effect better.