I hope yaw is the right term . I mean the nose of the bullet wants to lift up or stay up rather then follow the trajectory path
Metal God: I think you're referring to YeeHaw not yaw!
I can tell you this the velocity of the thing-a-ma-jig propelled out of the whatcha-ma-call-it multiplied by the speed of rotation is proportionally relevant to the force of impact on the kanorbitz, but only after accounting for friction and heat expansion of the thing-a-ma-jig against the increase, or decrease in atmospheric conditions dependent upon elevation, wind direction, humidity, and polar alignment of the stars.
Sorry to kidnap the thread guys, for the most part it's been interesting reading.