After the last long shot at 1332 yards two weeks ago, I finally got back to my long range marmot spot. I took a few shots at an even 1100 yards, shooting up the valley this time instead of down. I was about 11500' shooting up to somewhere around 12000-maybe 12200'. The air currents work my bullets different shooting that direction, and I was missing about a half minute, enough the marmot quickly decided to hit the road. I packed my gear and hiked up to the head of the valley to shoot across at the rock outcrops I usually shoot. Got set up and one climbed out on top of a rock right on cue. He ranged at 1402, but my BR2 rangefinder only gives solutions out to 1400. I ranged just below him at 1399, adjusted elevation and 1 click for wind, then made a first shot cold barrel kill. I'm not sure how to calculate the amount of luck in that one. I hit another later at 1306. It was a good morning. If you look off my right elbow about a half inch in the pic, the tiny black spec is an old mining cabin. That's where I shot from.