Christian Quested has had a bull right in his sights. Now listen to all it takes to calculate your shot. I'm looking around. I don't see any grass moving on the other side. I don't think there's any wind and get in a position. He's on spotting scope watching and he finally stops and pauses and looks at me. And he says this magnificent seven by seven, he's probably 365 370. If I was going to guess it, probably solid 20 points bigger than my personal best and you'd think he'd just be shaking and whatnot. But I actually was like super calm and I was really excited. I was like, Man, I've been waiting for this for 10 years and get in position, and there was a really big rock, so I was laying prone on a rock, even though it wasn't on the ground. The rock is probably the size of a Volkswagen bug, and the shot was about twenty seven and a half degrees up. I use like a binoculars. I have rangefinder built into them. They're amazing. So as far as a long range system going, and it doesn't take me very long to take shots out to say 750 yards. So, you know, an animal has no idea, even if they saw you, they don't care at that distance. And so he's just sitting there and due to the angle and the barometric pressure, because you're up really high to Earth, then the actual distance corrects down quite a bit. So my binoculars flash six, 667 three times. That's like just line of sight and then corrected it down to five point seventy five. I actually have yardage marks in my reticle and my scope. He shot. He missed.