I posted pictures and a write up of the Rifle that Eddie built me previously. It is not a long range rifle and I did not need long range. The Hunt is in the Manti La Sal NF of Utah. On opening morning I got up at 4:45 and made some coffee and breakfast and hiked down the mountain to where I had killed an elk last year. About 9:35 a bull and cow appear about 200yards away. I had the light weight 260 Rem Eddie Harren had built for me and the shot was very easy except for the sun angle. I had replaced the Leopold with a Nightforce 2.5-10X. The Berger 140 Hybrid went through the lungs and broke the offside shoulder. Interestingly enough the cow did not die and I had to finish her off. I have seen this happen with other animals which are lung shot and fall so the entrance and exit holes are closed up. This prevents the collapse of the lungs and with the animal immobile there is enough oxygen transfer going on to allow them to stay alive (my opinion). [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoS7J91jX0E&list=UUgYpXTM8EypQRgbUh-rhgVg&index=1&feature=plcp"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoS7J91jX0E&list=UUgYpXTM8EypQRgbUh-rhgVg&index=1&feature=plcp[/ame] Three fragments of the bullet exited and the knife blade points to the exit wound. Things happened in a hurry so there was no time to video the shot on the cow but after the shot I took a video of the bull who wandered off rather aimlessly.