Please read, before you say, "This has been touched on a million times", please. I was speaking with a physics friend (BS) and he told me if I fired a bullet at a target 1000 yds away, while simultaneously dropping one the same distance as the computed drop(255in), they would strike the ground at the same time. I understand in a vacuum how that could work, however with the kinetic energy behind the fired bullet, along with the shape of the projectile and the viscosity of air, this seems like a different animal entirely. Just to clarify the test: - bullet fired from high powered rifle at a target 1000 yds away. - barrel in parallel to the ground (not arcing path) - both bullets are 300gr and alike Thanks guys.