Let me set the scenario, I'm sat up a high seat and a muntie appears from the wood 200 yds to my left. Its blowing an absolute gale as a direct crosswind to path of the shot. Sitting and watching the animal is slowly getting closer, once at about 100 yds it settle down to some serious feeding. The thought goes through my mind that even though a relatively short range shot with the wind as strong as it is, should I be making allowances?
The result was I didnt take the shot as when I put the scope on the animal I suddenly realised that even though the high seat was strapped to a 4ft (girth) Oak tree we were all still swaying far too much to, but for the sake of information what considerations/allowances, if any do people think I should have made??