I guided good friend and LRH member JMason on his 1st long range deer hunt. With snow and cold weather we saw plenty of deer. On Thursday around lunch time I spotted a nice high 8 point walking up out of the bottom. He was in no hurry, just picking and feeding his way out of a bowl. He had about 20 yards to go until he would be in some more open timber when he stopped and decided to bed down. He left us very little of a shot. We waited him out until almost 3pm. We were running out of light and time so we moved around until we had the best opening we could find to get a shot in. At 460 yards JMason got into position with my 338-408 Chey-Tac. JMason said he was ready and I watched as he released the shot. The bullet clipped a small twig about the diameter of a pencil just before the bullet reached its mark. The bullet ricocheted off course about 6 inches right after hitting the twig. The deer burst out of its nest and went only 25 yards left and stopped in good open timber. JMason loaded another round and at 474 yards the deer didn't have a chance. JMason touched the second round off and the bullet slammed into the deers shoulder. The deer tried to run but both front legs were broke. The deer ended up doing a head stand when he tried to run. The deer started sliding and flipping and rolled over 100 yards down the mountain until it got hung up on a log. JMason killed a great buck and was very excited. I'm sure this will be an annual event with many more hunts to come. The video of this hunt will later be seen on our 2nd dvd to come Extended Impact II. Hope you all enjoy.