On the contrary-----very well written and accurate. Way too many Goobers including I am sure SOME on this site who think getting a long range rifle, powerful scope, rangefinder, and some shooting sticks or shooting bags and they are good to go out to 1K. Much Much more to being consistently accurate at extreme ranges than just holding over an animal and hoping the bullet finds its mark. 10 years ago if a 400+ bull elk came out at 1K I would have very hard pressed to judge the drop, wind deflection and the value to assign it given the relative position of the wind to my POA. 10 years ago I would have passed on that shot now I have been able to hone my skills in the field and during competition (I always shoot for score and the matches and State Title have always been for score not group size anywhere on the target) that make that shot under almost all conditions a piece of cake.
The hunting part of that equation is still being able to position yourself in such a manner that you will have something to shoot at!!! LOL
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