- Sep 1, 2009
That’s a tuff one. I can’t remember all of them. I don’t try and make all my shots long. Its just if the shot presents itself I’ll take it. But only if I’m confident. That cow elk I took was very calm conditions if I remember right. If it was like a 20+ mph wind I wouldn’t have taken the shot. Hum. I did pop a prairie dog at 180 yards with a 22 LR. LoL. It took me a few shots. I had to walk it in. I would have to say my furthest shot was on a yote. I have a G7 Rangefinder ( 1st Gen ) so it only gives drop data out to 1400 yards. I have taken yotes past my rangefinder using my Mill Dot Master. It takes longer but I wouldn’t recommend it without a lot of practice. It’s a lot of math. I got a head shot just under 1600 yards on one yote. No I was not aiming for the head. I was aiming center mass. Just behind the shoulder and halfway up his body. My best friend was use my vortex Razor spotting scope and he said he saw the head shot. I feel because I was not able to retrieve the yote it shouldn’t count. Nobody seen it run of. But still, I couldn’t put my hands on it.997 yards 250 lb hog - Cisco Tx
1213 yards yote - Cisco Tx
605 yards prairie dog - Mexico
805 yards Deer ( Doe ) - Abilene Tx
1105 yards Cow Elk - Colorado ( Columbine Pass )
All taken with 260 Rem 140 grain Berger Bullets.