I took my first trip (of many more to come) to Fouled Bore Precision today. Before today, the longest I've been able to shoot my recently finished rifle was at 300 yards. I went with a new friend I met recently at the Lexington WMA, and we made plans to meet out at Fouled Bore. He's a regular shooter out there and convinced me that I needed to make the trip. Long story short, I'm now completely and utterly hooked on long range steel shooting! With some fairly accurate dope data, we began with hitting steel at 400 yards. There was not much of a crosswind when we first started, and I went from 400, to 600, then to 1000 yards with hits on all three of my first shots. Granted, shooting conditions couldn't have been better, and I had good dope data to start. Shooting at these distances is a new experience for me. After I settled in, I started to get a little confident and began to miss some shots. I humbled myself, focused on my technique, and began hitting steel again. I saved and labeled my brass from my first hits at 1000, 1200, and 1300 yards (pictured below). I don't know if I'm going to do something with them, but I thought it'd be cool to save them as a memento. I cannot describe how satisfying it was to shoot my rifle, with my own hand-loads, and hit steel that far out. I'm beyond hooked and cannot wait to go back out again! I highly recommend this place to anyone who isn't too terribly far away to come and shoot at this facility. I haven't found any place else like it.