I am doing some long range shooting with my .22-250. To get a 500 yard shot I have to shoot the length of my pond. A hill rises up beyond the pond probably 50 feet of vertical. The nearest house in possible line of fire is probably 1/2 mile from there. I would think that at 500 yards my 50 grain bullet is pretty well out of gas and dropping at such an angle that it would not hit the water and skip far down range. Also not sure that angle after impact would be high enough to clear back stop. This is probably a physics question but it's been too ling for me to try to figure it out. Just want to be safe.