When you're shooting up or down at an angle to the target, your bullet impacts the target differently than if you shot at a target that is at the same elevation as you. If you don't compensate for angled shooting, your bullet will impact high, which might not make much of a difference at 100 yards, but the problem compounds itself at greater ranges where you could miss by yards.
In this video I will cover the basics of the trigonometry that goes into correcting your adjustments, as well as a few different tools to calculate your shot angle.
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