I know this is petty compared to most the great longrange shots but this one has some sentimental value to me so I will share it. The rifle was the first rifle (Remmington 541-S) I ever hunted with when I was 8 years old with my Father. Just a squirrel, but I was hunting with dad, and made a kill so I was proud. He left me the rifle when he died, and I never glance at it without thinking about that day. Recently moved to MT and live on 15 acres with alot of critters. I mounted the new Nikkon 22LR BDC scope on it, and did the data from the site for bullet drops for the CCI Velocinator ammo. Saw this Raccoon at 174 yds, the first shot made her duck, the second hit home. I tanned the hide and it came out very nice. I was amazed at how clean Raccoons are, at least comparted to coyotes. Anyways, this is small stuff for this site, but it is a "long range hunt" given the pea shooter I was using and the target being small...Plus it was with "dads rifle" so it was bittersweet. Hope you agree.