So then, you must not believe in positive compensation for far range bullet drop when bullets leave on the muzzle axis up swing.Measure the average group, and they always get bigger.
That's fine with me. Thousands of others think the same as I. We understand your disbelief.I believe you have no clue what you're talking about, Bart.
The fact that the Brits dealt with it for over 5 decades with their SMLE 303's loaded with Cordite producing huge muzzle velocity spreads but shooting smaller groups past 800 yards than at medium ranges has no bearing whatsoever.
You just keep repeating yourself when what you're saying has nothing to do with what everyone else is talking about.So then, you must not believe in positive compensation for far range bullet drop when bullets leave on the muzzle axis up swing.
And then tuners on barrels used to refine barrel whip to make compensation better is unscientific voodoo.
It improves accuracy equally at all distances.As do thousands who use tuning weights on their barrels. The Browning Boss properly adjusted also positively compensates.
You're the only one who thinks it relates to what is being discussed.Am I the only one in this place that understands the principle of positive compensation and has shown proof it exists?
How is that possible?
There are two external forces; gravity and wind.
There are a lot more forces at work...
Lift (Cross Wind Force)
Pitch Damping (What makes the cone of accuracy shrink as distance increases)
All of the physics are real.... Their effect is minute, but still true... A properly stabilized bullet will settle into a small cone of variation over time... While better optics will increase the accuracy, they have no effect on the bullet and that is how I interpreted the question.What is this? Prove Bryan Litz wrong. He'll pay you for it. People are stuck in their thinking on this but Mr. Litz is literally putting his money where his mouth is. So? Pony up and prove him wrong. You naysayer's don't have a free Saturday? Make history with the .303 and Litz. Its all words but his challenge still stands. Edit to say, optics are the factor in this phenomenon. Period.
Obviously you didn't go to the site listed ...Gravity: Listed in my post.
Coriolis Force: A real factor, but not a real force. It's a fictitious force that arises from the fact that Earth is not a true inertial reference frame.
Centrifugal Force: An internal force, not an external one. Can't change the path of the bullet, per Isaac Newton.
Drag: Listed in my post.
Lift: Vector component of drag.
Magnus Force: Exceedingly tiny, but real.
Transverse Magnus Force: Vector component of Magnus Force.
Pitch damping: Vector component of drag.