Hold over success

the blur

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330 yard Caribou bedded down. I have a sub tension line at 300, and another line at 350. Ranged him at 330 yards, and he was staring at us. I didn't want to spook him. So I got down into prone position.
Wind was blowing hard. Put him between the 2 hash lines, and zipped one just over his back.
Ok, round 2. Wind still blowing hard. Put him between the 2 hash lines again, and aimed at his head, figuring the wind would put me in the vitals.
Didn't quite make the vitals, but went in through his neck, and hit the off side shoulder. Totally paralyzed, alive & kicking, but couldn't stand up.

Had to walk over for a finishing shot.
My 1st 300+ yard kill, and my 1st Caribou.
 

the blur

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I can hold over out to 600 yards. I know for sure it's the bottom sub-tension line. It was a lot of range time with a long range professional.
 

georgecoltxxx

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330 yard Caribou bedded down. I have a sub tension line at 300, and another line at 350. Ranged him at 330 yards, and he was staring at us. I didn't want to spook him. So I got down into prone position.
Wind was blowing hard. Put him between the 2 hash lines, and zipped one just over his back.
Ok, round 2. Wind still blowing hard. Put him between the 2 hash lines again, and aimed at his head, figuring the wind would put me in the vitals.
Didn't quite make the vitals, but went in through his neck, and hit the off side shoulder. Totally paralyzed, alive & kicking, but couldn't stand up.

Had to walk over for a finishing shot.
My 1st 300+ yard kill, and my 1st Caribou.
Congrats
 

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