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Old 09-21-2022, 02:02 PM   #1
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Default New World Record long distance shot

4.4 miles on a 8" target.....

24 secs travel time

hit angle at 46 degs

missed bullseye by 3.5"

took 69 attempts for a hit......

Absolutely crazy
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Old 09-21-2022, 02:07 PM   #2
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Well after 5, 10,20 or 60 shots is it considered random luck?
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Old 09-21-2022, 02:10 PM   #3
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Well after 5, 10,20 or 60 shots is it considered random luck?
said they spent 1500 hours of prep....

doubt luck has anything to do with it
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Old 09-21-2022, 02:13 PM   #4
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4.4 miles on a 8" target.....

24 secs travel time

hit angle at 46 degs

missed bullseye by 3.5"

took 69 attempts for a hit......

Absolutely crazy
Target was 10' x 8'
Bullseye was 8"
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69 attempts sure sounds like luck.....
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Old 09-21-2022, 02:16 PM   #6
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I saw that on another site.

Yes they took a lot of shots to get there. My question is how many were within 1 or 2 MOA. That may paint a better picture of capability.

Remember 1 MOA is roughly 80 inches at 7700 yards and their goal was 8 inches.

Either way it's an impressive accomplishment when you consider that they're operating at or beyond the equipment capabilities. AND, the wind never stops blowing in Wyoming.

https://cowboystatedaily.com/2022/09...-world-record/

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Old 09-21-2022, 02:28 PM   #7
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Very impressive indeed. I read about here locally this morning.

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Old 09-21-2022, 02:43 PM   #8
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Well after 5, 10,20 or 60 shots is it considered random luck?
Kinda takes some of the neatness out of it.

You'd think the world record would be based on a limited amount of tries or maybe repeatability.....so many holes in so many minutes type deal.

Oh well, congrats to them for pulling it off .

Now the goal has been punted for the next challengers.
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Old 09-21-2022, 02:43 PM   #9
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But to count as a world record and not as luck, wouldn't they have to repeat it? The video says they thought it ricocheted off the bunker.
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69 attempts sure sounds like luck.....
I bet I could fire 69 bullets out of dang near anything and get just as close.
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I bet I could fire 69 bullets out of dang near anything and get just as close.
Yup. Fire for effect.
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I bet I could fire 69 bullets out of dang near anything and get just as close.
At 7700 Yards?



It's very impressive that they were able to do it, but they have way too much time on their hands.
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Old 09-21-2022, 02:55 PM   #13
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missed bullseye by 3.5"

took 69 attempts for a hit......
Sounds like he just missed on purpose 68 times. Giggity!

honestly though who has enough cash to afford 69 bullets?
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Old 09-21-2022, 02:59 PM   #14
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At 7700 Yards?



It's very impressive that they were able to do it, but they have way too much time on their hands.
Well... anything that would go that far. I'm sure my 30-30 could only make it out to 7647 yards.
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Old 09-21-2022, 03:00 PM   #15
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If I shot at a deer 68 times and hit it on my 69th try I wouldn't be bragging, I got lucky on my last shot.
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I bet I could miss 68 out of 69 attempts not even that far
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Old 09-21-2022, 03:06 PM   #17
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I bet I could fire 69 bullets out of dang near anything and get just as close.

You should go for 4.5 and set a new world record.


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I was just trying to get my head around 4.4 miles in everyday shooting terms. I have a deer blind that sets up on the side of a hill with a pretty good view. In the dark I can see headlights on the highway a few miles away, and have looked at vehicles through my binoculars on that road in the daylight, and they are TINY! If they aren't white, it's not easy to tell the difference in cars and trucks. There is a barn across the highway that I can barely notice with the naked eye, I bet it's 80 or 100 feet long. I just used google to measure from my blind to that barn, and it's 2.36 miles. Consider that for a minute, then take a good long look at that rifle they used to do this....
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Old 09-21-2022, 03:11 PM   #19
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Yeah even with a bad shoulder he could pull that off
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Old 09-21-2022, 03:12 PM   #20
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This gives me hope I could take a deer in the next county over & fill another tag
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69 shots? Sounds like someone finally got lucky.. LOL.. Meh..

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That is some serious slope on that scope mount to pull that off!
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I was just trying to get my head around 4.4 miles in everyday shooting terms. I have a deer blind that sets up on the side of a hill with a pretty good view. In the dark I can see headlights on the highway a few miles away, and have looked at vehicles through my binoculars on that road in the daylight, and they are TINY! If they aren't white, it's not easy to tell the difference in cars and trucks. There is a barn across the highway that I can barely notice with the naked eye, I bet it's 80 or 100 feet long. I just used google to measure from my blind to that barn, and it's 2.36 miles. Consider that for a minute, then take a good long look at that rifle they used to do this....
Im wondering how you see any target at 4.4 miles away. Would they have to elevated well above the target or just use GPS coordinates for a direction and turn one loose ?
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I'm not impressed. But I'm sure they are pretty satisfied in it. And that's all that really matters.

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Im wondering how you see any target at 4.4 miles away. Would they have to elevated well above the target or just use GPS coordinates for a direction and turn one loose ?
I'm not certain, but I am certain that no one here claiming that it was luck, could hit a house at that range.

Whoever thinks that was all luck, give me your theory on figuring elevation, spin drift, and the coriolis effect....I'll wait.
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It's a lot more impressive achievement than people are giving it credit for, but at the same time with the amount of attempts it took it's hard to look at it is something other than dumb luck for them finally to put one on target. They certainly know a lot and did a lot of math and science to get there, but 70 attempts is many, many attempts. Unless they've now dialed it in and can repeat it, which does not seem to be the case, this still feels more like luck than anything else.

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Old 09-21-2022, 03:42 PM   #27
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1092 MOA up. Flight path of bullet was 2500 feet above the target.

Ridiculous.


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I'm not certain, but I am certain that no one here claiming that it was luck, could hit a house at that range.

Whoever thinks that was all luck, give me your theory on figuring elevation, spin drift, and the coriolis effect....I'll wait.
I cant hit anything at 400 yards. Would be interested in the dynamics involved in this shot
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Old 09-21-2022, 03:47 PM   #29
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I knew an older feller who was working with another older feller, both reloaders attempting to break a long distance shooting record. My aqcquaintance helped out his friend by hiding behind the engine block of a truck parked down range to watch the target. At some point, hearing the bullets as they went overhead, he was hearing whirring. Which to him meant the bullets were tumbling and they had to go back to the reloading bench and change the cartridge concoction.
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I'm not certain, but I am certain that no one here claiming that it was luck, could hit a house at that range.

Whoever thinks that was all luck, give me your theory on figuring elevation, spin drift, and the coriolis effect....I'll wait.
Yea this is ridiculous to say its luck. It would take skill and knowledge to even get the bullet within a view of a target 4.4 miles away. I just measured the distance across our deer lease at its farthest point. Its a 2700 acre pasture, and the farthest straight line from fence to fence is less than 2.5 miles... 4.4 miles is insane, I don't care how many attempts it took.

EDIT: It also probably takes half of us on the GS a half a box of bullets to sight in a new rifle at 100 yards, so cut the guys some slack! lol
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It's a lot more impressive achievement than people are giving it credit for, but at the same time with the amount of attempts it took it's hard to look at it is something other than dumb luck for them finally to put one on target. They certainly know a lot and did a lot of math and science to get there, but 70 attempts is many, many attempts. Unless they've now dialed it in and can repeat it, which does not seem to be the case, this still feels more like luck than anything else.
this.
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Would seem like just the variable wind speed and direction over that distance would make it hard to accurately shoot that far with any consistency.
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Creedmore and he would have done it 1st shot with a 3x9 tasco
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How does that scope work being its pointed straight at the barrel? Im imagining that rig on the front of the scope is a periscope of sorts. Anybody know how that works?
I read the article and watched the video and neither said anything.
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if it aint luck, do it again.
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if it aint luck, do it again.

I’d be really interested in the pattern leading up to the hit. Regardless, 8” bull at 7740 yards is never just luck.


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eh... 69 shots? sooner or later....

I shot a running jackrabbit from a moving polaris ranger in the BACK SEAT last weekend. I Was all pumped up on dos equis and little debbie fudge brownies.

1st shot. let me know when my article is coming out.
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Old 09-21-2022, 04:11 PM   #38
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I only saw 1 bullet hole in that 10x10 target. Luck finally came into play.
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Only counts as a record if it takes some terrorist savages' head off..
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How about if you kill the new world record whitetail but it's the 69th deer you ever killed in your life. Does the record not count since it was not your first deer and it was just luck that the world record came strolling by?

They measure every single pitch that every MLB pitcher throws and if it happens to be the hardest one ever thrown, they deem it a world record. Should that be nullified if it didn't occur on the first pitch of the game?

Hell of an accomplishment, I don't care how many shots it took. New benchmark for someone to go after at 7,750+ yards.
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It's a lot more impressive achievement than people are giving it credit for, but at the same time with the amount of attempts it took it's hard to look at it is something other than dumb luck for them finally to put one on target. They certainly know a lot and did a lot of math and science to get there, but 70 attempts is many, many attempts. Unless they've now dialed it in and can repeat it, which does not seem to be the case, this still feels more like luck than anything else.
This is where I'm at on this one.
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eh... 69 shots? sooner or later....

I shot a running jackrabbit from a moving polaris ranger in the BACK SEAT last weekend. I Was all pumped up on dos equis and little debbie fudge brownies.

1st shot. let me know when my article is coming out.
Now that’s impressive
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4.4 miles to an 8” target…and it was luck…

Some of you need to trip your odometers.


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I killed a buck 25 years ago with one shot from a 7mm Mag at over 700 yards using a 3x10x50mm duplex scope.. It was 95% luck...

I know luck when I see it.. 69 shots with all the fancy, state of the art, equipment they had was not only luck, it was bad luck...
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How the heck do you even see a target that size at 4.4 miles!
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Creedmore and he would have done it 1st shot with a 3x9 tasco

This. But only if he had just ate lunch fresh cooked from his traeger.


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I can’t remember the guys handle that runs APR, but would someone please send him this thread! I’d love to hear his take on this.


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Default New World Record long distance shot

Obviously this is cold bore, which I realize is counter to what these other guys did. But just read up on the details, understand how absurd that is, and realize it was less than 1/2 the distance of the topic of this thread. And that 2nd half is WAAAY harder than the 1st.

New World Record, gotta brag a little
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Old 09-21-2022, 05:12 PM   #49
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I think it would be fun to do this if I had the time and money.

Calculation of the ideal bullet path is childs play in today's measurement systems and compute environments.
Shoot enough and you'll eventually hit a 1" target. All about statistics at that point.

69 shots vs 169 vs 690, where do you stop, for records sake.
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i'm curious as to what cartridge it was, bullet weight and mv.......
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