This is from another forum and concerns .22lr long range shooting. What do you guys here know about this? So the rotational speed of a bullet interacting with a side wind has a larger effect on its trajectory than the amount of time a bullet is subjected to the side wind?? Higher speed bullets have a flatter trajectory than lower speed bullets. Under 'No Wind' conditions, the higher speed bullet will be more 'accurate'. That is, it requires less adjustment of POA than a slower speed bullet. This implies that there is a wind speed/bullet fps crossover point at which the flatter trajectory of the higher speed bullet is negated by the effect of a side wind. Right?