Texan hits a bull’s eye over 2 miles away with world record shot

June 20, 2016

The long-distance warriors at the FTW Ranch have broken the long-distance record again, this time with a distance of 4210 yards, that 2.4 miles! The used a .375 CheyTac precision rifle by Hill Country Rifles to make the world record shot.

It took more than a few rounds to hit the bull’s eye, but that’s to be expected when you’re reaching out this far.

A lot can happen when it takes more than 10 seconds to go from muzzle to target.

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