Re: 2144 yard Chuck pics.
I know what you mean. A friend, that I go shooting with, asked me the same question. He asked, Why do you build these kind of rifles? I told him to go shooting with me some time and he would find out. I took him to a place where we could shoot out to around 400 yrds, at ground squirrels. I set up benches and a shade tent and went to work on the squirrel town. He was amazed how accurate my rifles were. I was consistantly hitting squrriles at 400 yrds with ease. He was instantly hooked and is in the process of putting togather a longrange varmint rifle. I showed him your story on this sight and his jaw dropped when he saw what you had done to a woodchuck at 2k. It takes skill to shoot at these ranges. Sure, you can have a custom built rifle but if you don't know how to reload correctly,understand the enviorioment and elements you are shooting in, it doen't matter what kind of rifle you have. Longrange shooting and rifle developement is an art, and I am thankful that others think so too!! Goodgrouper, I think it's time for you and your crew to go after the 2500 yrd mark. If anybody can do it, you guys can. Goodluck, and keep me posted on your progress at this range (2500 yrds)