I Think the ones that have the biggest problem with shooting game at long range are the ones that can't do it. You can give anyone a rifle and tell them to shoot a target or animal at 100, 200 or even 300 yards and they will make a hit without any practice. Tell that same shooter to hit a target at 1000+ yards and they can't do it. It takes practice, practice, practice and even more practice. Anyone who is willing to spend that much money on a custom rifle
with a custom caliber is going to practice. I had a .375 Cheytac built by Lawton and put over 300 rounds through it before i went hunting with it. I was able to shoot 3 shot groups at 1.5 inches at 1000 yards cross canyon in in western Oregon. I didn't have a chance to shoot an elk this year but i feel my skills are good enough to take an elk at 1000 yards and plan to do so next year. And thats what i have to say about that.