Keep a written record of the weather conditions and the corresponding elevation and windage for each day's firing.
windage in the English gun of 1750 was about 20 percent greater than in French pieces.
Then look at the windage chart and see just how much windage you must take.
Changes in the line of sight are made by changing the elevation and windage.
Captain Porter fell, stunned by the windage of a shot, but got to his feet unaided.
Therefore 1/4 to 1/2 windage into the sun (right in this case) should be taken to overcome this.
There was a quiet whir and a slight shifting of the rifle as the computer device allowed for correct elevation and windage.
The roots still held, while the tree had been shorn of its windage.
I have to make allowance for his folly,—a sort of windage, which is not dishonest.
Hech mon, ye'll neever Hit us that gait,—ye're no allowin' for windage!
One cannot always be victorious or successful; you can't win 'em all: Manning fought from within Luce's empire against the Republicanizing of the news, and as Theodore White predicted in urging him to take the job, he won some and lost some