Hi guys. I'm new, so pray bear with me should I happen to misplace a thread or two. When I'm shooting (prone, 300m), I usually take my Schmidt-Rubin Infanteriegewehr Modell 1911 (for convenience's sake abbreviated to "L11"). Solid Swiss rifle, straight-pull bolt action, 1'308mm of fun, shooting 7.5x55mm (GP11 / 7.5 Swiss), six rounds a mag. Easy to shoot, easy to care for, only half a downside I can think of (in non-combat marksmanship, that is): You cannot adjust the sights for wind. Which is what brings me here. As you can see, the sights can be adjusted but to distances and only between 300-2000m. Well, I said "half a downside". That is, because technically, you don't need to be able to adjust the sights. In a nutshell, you aim a tad off-target to allow for the wind to take care of the rest. Now I'm curious, though, how much, exactly, is a tad? Probably necessary stats: Distance to target: 300m Length of Barrel: 780mm Length of Drall: 270mm, right Muzzle Velocity: 760m/s Bullet Weight: 11.3-12.3g Angle to Wind: variable Strength of Wind: variable So, how would I go about working out the "tad"? Ps: Images not by me. I can, however, shoot and upload pretty much any angle and/or part with my not-so-good camera, if necessary.