Hello all, I have a question about line of sight as it relates to trajectory. If a round drops 30" at 400 yards, wouldn't the center of the target have to be at least 30" above the line of sight? I understand that the drop from the axis of the bore will be more because the barrel is angled slightly upward. It is my understanding that the line of sight is a straight line from the sight to the target. I guess what I am asking is - how can one shoot at a distance if the target is not sufficiently high? On a completely flat surface, wouldn't one be limited in distance by the drop from line of sight at a specific distance? Please help, this is driving me crazy.