Once a bullet gets out of it's intended flight path, (point of aim), the only thing that can make it come back into is atmospheric conditions, mainly wind.I’d sure like to know what causes this. Mine seem to wander back where they’re supposed to be at 1000. Haven’t shot anything between 6 and 1000 to see if it’s linear
Coriolis effect at IK is minimal, and spin drift is for the most part bullet dependent. A sleek high BC 6mm bullet will have far less spin drift than a crappy 30 cal bullet.
You are an interesting case study, don't I sound professional, lol
I am sure interested in your findings if you figure it out.
I can shoot groups at 100 yards, and do extremely well, thing is, I do not like to do it. So therefore, I can shoot groups at distance with better results. In doing so, it works in my favor in the big picture.