Snowing like wind flags

No Fear in Accuracy

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I was watching the snow falling behind the window at work today. My mind popped up that the snow can act like wind flags. I can see in one area that is gusting while others are moving slowly. Will it help estimate the wind speed?
It makes me feel I rather shoot benchrest competition during snowing. Definitely not in a snowstorm or I’ll not be able to feel my trigger finger. Hah…

-Denny
 

Lostsheep

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A light rain or snow is excellent for scoring x's.
You can see what the wind is doing as a whole, from a few feet out all the way to the target. Its just one big wind flag.
 

cronhelm

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Here in the great frozen north we don't use girly wind flags or mirage to estimate wind. We just watch the snow falling from the sky and feel the sub-zero drafts blowing down the back of our neck.


Peter Cronhelm
 

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