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3,600-Yard Shot with HCR 375 CheyTac [VIDEO]

Just to help clarify what kind of distance we are talking about, a 3,600-yard shot is the same length as 36 football fields.

… and over two miles away.

On September 28th, 2014 a team from Hill Country Rifles joined with expert instructors from FTW Ranch to attempt a 3600 yard shot onto a 36” steel target. At more than 2 miles, it will take the bullet a full 7.2 seconds to reach the target.

New Jersey native Jim Spinella is not a stranger to long distance shooting, but this shot would be a new personal record. One that few would ever consider attempting.

Rifle: Hill Country Rifles Custom 375 CheyTac (http://www.hillcountryrifles.com/cata…)
Optics: Schmidt & Bender 5-25X56mm PM-2 scope
Distance: 3606.41 Yards (2.049 Miles)
Target: 36” circular steel plate
Altitude: 2000 ft.
Temp: 70 degrees
Elevation: 60.2 mil (26.8 in rail, 22.6 in turret, 10.8 hold over)
Windage: 3.5 mil left

When you pull off a shot like that, you pretty much get bragging rights until you die.

That is some serious distance and impressive for any shooter. Well done guys, we can’t wait to see what’s next!

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3,600-Yard Shot with HCR 375 CheyTac [VIDEO]