SA Hunter has an article in this month's edition about long distance hunting relating how two hunters were shooting game at a distance of almost a kilometre. They do this with a 7 mm Tombi. But the 7 mm is no ordinary rifle. It weighs 10 kg and has a 32" barrel - and the bullets are hand loaded of course. It is a 30-06 cartridge with a 168 grain Berger VLD bullet. At 600 meter the bullet still have 3000 Joule - enough to for a kudu.
What is the longest fatal shot ever executed with an ordinary hunting rifle?