Well, I know it isn't really long range but considering a 25-30 mph wind, it ain't too bad.
The antelope in Wyoming this weekend were the spookiest I have ever seen them. They would only give you one shot and very rarely got closer than a quarter mile.
I was really hoping for a 800 yard kill and actually got to shoot at one that far but mis-read the wind and shot a few inches in front of her chest. So the next doe that presented herself was at 460 and I dialed 3.5 minutes into the scope for windage and 6 minutes in for drop and let her have it.
The Berger 95 VLD performed like a champ completely severing her leg bone and smashing through 4 ribs then going through the lungs to exit on the far side!
After driving around all day, I only shot two shots but I guess that's big game hunting!
Anyway, here she is:
And here's what a 6mm 95 grain vld at 3075 does to a few ribs: