You really shouldn’t be changing your speed or timing unless you have incredibly bad conditions (40-50+). Even then, you should try not to change your timing unless you absolutely have to. Change your holds a bit (lower usually), but you shouldn’t be shooting any slower or faster based on wind. Point the target.Wind forces you to get fast or accept missing all the time. Practice in all wind conditions and learn how to shoot fast with both eyes open.
Well said. Couldn't agree more.The wind is your friend. If you won’t shoot in the wind, you won’t shoot very often in many areas of the US. Learn to shoot in all conditions.