Today I was at our club's steel silhouetta range shooting out to 960 yards. We had about a 10 -12 mph wind from 2 o'clock. I was on my shooting mat with Atlas bipod and CTK monopod which I have found is as accurate as shooting of a cast iron rest and a ear bag. So I corrected about 1 mil right and FORGOT about spin drift. My impact was to the right, off the 10" gong by about 6 inches. Hmmmm... I shoulda corrected less and let the right hand twist spin drift do most of my work for me. This is a reminder not to forget about spin drift and know the direction of your rifle's twist.