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Lower air density means less air resistance/drag, means the rounds travel faster for longer, resulting in a flatter trajectory, particularly for flatpoint or round nose bullets. Also, the lower air density results in less atmospheric distortion when looking at a target. But I don't think that either of those would make a difference at handgun distances.
 
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