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The setting takes place in an Island 3 O'Neill cylinder. All type of bows included. I wonder if there are things to take into consideration when describing how a person would target and shoot, as well how the arrow flies, compared to bow shooting on earth.
Also, what if a skilled person with a compound bow would shoot straight up; could it technically hit the other side (the side above)? Or would the difference of gravity in the centre of the cylinder prevent such.
Edit: Please excuse the duplicate, these questions did not show up on my search. I understand now that the direction in which one would shoot will be essential; spinwards or antispinwards, and the range for additional drop or reductional drop is equal in length (either x meters "more" or "less" than on earth). One can drop something to determine the direction one stands in.
I would appreciate an answer to, what if one would shoot "to the side" (= not spin- or antispinwards)? Is my guess correct that the drop rate is +/- 0 and one would hit the intended target?