Let me preface this question by saying that I am brand new to long range hunting/shooting. Figuring bullet drop seems fairly straight forward when I look at the various ballistic calculators but adjusting for wind has me puzzled. How is this done? It seems that there can be an unlimited number of wind angles and then you have to adjust for the speed. Surely you guys are not trying to carry charts with you to the range with all of the different wind angles and speeds. I am mainly going to start shooting prairie dogs at long range so a miss is no big deal, but eventually I would like to shoot deer, antelope and who knows what else at long range so I would like to figure out how you guys can figure all of the factors in and then hit where you want to on an antelope sized target at extended ranges on the first shot. Sorry if this is a question that has been answered a million times but I tried looking for similar threads and wasn't able to find what I was looking for.