This: "Were in the hell do you guys shoot were the wind blows at the same speed and direction all the way to the target?"
It is not unheard of to get no wind, and right, and left, all at the same time. Happens more at longer ranges, of course (I am thinking 600 yards). Or just one short gust that only affects the bullet for a short distance.
A good spotting scope, focused on the mirage, can help read those winds. Wind flags, watching the grasses, etc all help.
This where the better Indians score better, and the arrow hardly matters at all.