Both uphill and downhill shots will reduce the drop of the bullet because the horizintal distance is reduced, (while you are 300 yards from the animal, gravity is acting on bullet during the horizontal distance, which, through trigonometry, is LESS than the 300 yards. The factor of gravity's effect on the bullet while shooting up or down is negligible.) meaning you will hit high when shooting uphill and downhill. How much depends on the angle. Little change from about 0-15 degrees.
[ This Message was edited by: mister_venison on 2004-04-03 09:35 ]