anyone on here very experienced with long range shooting 600-1000yards. just wanting some input on calibers, guns, scopes, everything. i have a long range capable rifle, havnt practiced alot at ranges that far. wanting to get more into it. im interested in my ballistics vs. other guns. and also guns that can be bought or built that are affordable to average people. under $1500 -optics The gun i currently shoot is a 300wby on a rem700 action, 26" pacnor #4 stainless fluted barrel, hs precision stock, glass bedded, 3lb trig, i have a 3-9 zeiss conquest scope on it currently, but have been debation on new optics for this rifle, or just start with a new rifle. i want to be able to shoot basically 600-800 yds accurately and still have knockdown for animals as large as elk my load recipe was made by the gun builder. 200gr nosler accubond, 85gr RL25, federal 215 primers, 3.585 O.A.L. wasnt sure if anyone on here was a real ballistics expert but i have been told this is a great recipe for long range accuracy.