Thanks, 500 yds, 20 degree angle below me. Bull was quartering towards me left front, slipped one in behind left shoulder, caught one lung, destroyed the liver, exited 2nd rib from his right rear. Not a step, fell exit wound up. The ZCO definitely helped me to get on him with ease, only had about 20 seconds to range him, throw down the TBAC bipod and send it or he would have been gone with the five bulls ahead of him. Last 25 minutes of shooting light - ZCO perfect @ 8x.Good looking elk how far was the shot and I'm sure it was easy to see with the ZC.
He added a pic rail to the Spuhr mount and attached a Flatling bubble level with some minor modifications:Not to derail the thread, but does anyone know what that Spuhr-mounted bubble level is? Or is it a pic rail mounted to the Spuhr, which then has a level mounted to it?