Some of you may remember William my 15 years old youngest son, him and I went back to a place where we had been able to range a big rock at 1385 yards on a late afternoon, we had dialed in 36 MOA taken a shot at it and could not see with my 10x binoculars the impact since I had left home the tripod for the spotting scope. So I had marked a spot where I knew the distance to this particular rock was 1385 yards. Today, or yesterday 5-25-06 William and I went back, this time we had the spotting scope and the video camera. The wind was crazy; blowing between 12 and 21 mi/hr. not only that but was changing directions. William got ready, he was waiting for my instructions, I keyed in the elevation, bar. Pressure, humidity, temperature in Exbal, the program already knew I was using Berger 210 gr. At 3025 ft/s out of the 300 RUM LSS. I spoke loud due to the wind blowing, we were on the very top of a hill… 34 MOA + 3 CLICKS I said, I heard William saying “what about windage”… I said: 4 MOA 2 clicks to the right…. I figured the wind coming from 5:00 o’clock at an average of 15 mi/hr. gusting with some 21 mi/hr. William said “Ready”, I said “ Go ahead”… BOOM! 1.87 seconds latter a cloud of dust just to right of the rock, man! I was exited!!! The elevation was right on the money but not the windage. “Go to 3 MOA + 2 clicks instead… BOOM! Barely missed on the left side of the rock this time… to make a long story short, after we let the barrel cool down, there were two shots we did not see the impact, by now the wind was coming right at 6:00 o’clock, average of 15 mi/hr. William was going to take his fifth shot… I had him dial in zero (0 MOA) for windage… “Ready?” He yelled, “Ready I said”… BOOM!!! Now I was hilarious, yelling and real happy, “you hit it Billy, you hit it, you hit it” I figured from dead center of the rock he hit it about 5” low, just the number that came to my mind… I figured William is hooked real bad by now, and that which I did not do in my youth I would just have the pleasure to have William do and enjoy right along side our friendship. Longest shot I had seen… it really is a long ways away!!! Note: I’m very impressed of my Weaver Grand Slam 4.5x14, its ability to track is short of impressive. I’m using the Burris rings with inserts to get some extra MOA and after I zeroed it in I had 36 MOA + 3 CLICKS left for adjustment… The adjustment will be good to the last click… Impressive!!! Not bad for a factory rifle! I have to thank you all since I have learned from you all! God Bless you!