I realize most posts are about successes but I trust there are some lessons for those who pursue LR game. I ve practicing for years for LR and have sent hundreds of rounds beyond 1000 yds in different conditions and ranges and had both exbal and Ffs on a Nomad matching trajectory out to 2400yds. Ranging was with a Swaro and Vectronics Rf. So in NM last week conditions were not ideal for muleys in the high country with record lows, snow, high winds, and muleys but it was time to put practice into effect. We saw muleys but mostly in canyons trying to avoid the bad weather and at great distances. Eventually after a few days winds dropped to 15mph, temperatures 25F and wind chill 5F. Time was running out when some buck showed up on the other side of a deep canyon at 1950 yds. All the parameters were entered into both Ffs and Exbal and both correlated. Took two ranging shots and vertical was correct and horizontal needed correction. Then aimed on buck. Couldnt feel the trigger it was so cold. Took shot with .375 AM (cheytac 408/Gibbs 505) at 3270 fps and BC .774 resting on sled ( I ve not mastered shooting with a bipod beyond about 1200 yds even with BR pod and loading legs ). Bullet landed between legs and never connected. Never got a muley but that's good reason to practice in more adverse conditions for next time. Field conditions make it a lot more difficult to range practicing when the weather turns bad!