I am getting into PRS shooting. Looking at all of the shooting scenarios makes me want drink more whiskey; that is what them dudes setting up the ranges must have been doing. One of the positions I see that can be quite complex, is the shooting sideways; rifle canted at 90 degrees; let's say to the left. Now your windage turret is on top and works as elevation, and your elevation turret is on the left and works as your windage. Is there anything out there that can help us out with the ballistics of this? I have been running this through my head the past few days and have some ideas. Picture the bore axis vs line of sight. When you shoot, the bullet goes up past you LOS and comes back down to your LOS at you zero distance. Now when you turn it all sideways, the travel of the bullet doesn't go in the arc any more looking from the top. (which used to be the side). Now you see an 'X' where your LOS and bore axis cross. So the bullet is now crossing your LOS (30-50 yards) and traveling away from your LOS; kind of like the diagram of "if there was no gravity, this is what your bullet would do." On top of that, it is drastically arcing down away from your bore axis because they are on the same horizontal line (instead of pointing up to cross your LOS and come down). If your LOS crosses your bore axis at 33 yards, and your scope heights is 2", then that would put your bullet about 2" left at 66 yards, and 4" left of point of aim at 99 yards; and about 5" to 10" low. However, the angle/offset doesn't double at 200 yards, because the angle started at the 33 yard line; the left/right angle will start at 33, go to 133, then double at 233. So, are there any ballistic charts or programs that help figure the ballistics of this? I'm betting that once we figure all of this out, someone will just make the targets farther away so we have to do more math. I bet there is some PRS range set-up dude reading this right now, drinking some Jack, thinking "damn, great idea! And they gona shoot it from the support side!"