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  • About our TV Show

    Extreme Outer Limits is the newest, most cutting-edge, outdoor entertainment authority, presenting the most extreme and long-range hunting on television this decade. We pride ourselves in proving that with the proper knowledge, we are capable and able to make competent, ethical harvests at extreme distances. Through extensive research, product development, and range time, we are capable of shattering the preconceived notion of “what is long range”. We love what we do and are dedicated to showing our audience the “extreme outer limits” of modern hunting technology. Have any questions for us? Please feel free to ask!

    Bob Beck – Formerly a Land Developer, by trade, in the Greater Northwest. Born and raised in Oregon, his hunting career originated over 24 years ago. His Western Big Game hunts have included High Country Mule Deer, Rocky Mountain and Roosevelt Elk, Coastal Black Tail and Black Bear, Antelope and Northern Whitetail, in addition to several species in Africa, South America, New Zealand and Canada.

    One of his greatest hunting experiences was solo backpacking into Wyoming’s backcountry with the end result being a 192-inch High Country Mule Deer. Most recently, he went on an Alpine heli-hunt in New Zealand, where he took his first ever Bull Tahr.

    Among his long range hunting accomplishments are a confirmed 1,380 yard kill on an antelope, an 1,201 yard kill on a Rocky Mountain Elk, an 885 yard kill on a Coastal Black Bear and a couple Texas Whitetail’s at the 1,100 yard mark. Most recently Bob took his first ever 200-inch Mule Deer on the famous Bair Ranch in Colorado.

    Chris Beck – Formerly a small business owner in her hometown of Newberg, Oregon. She took up the sport of hunting with Bob nearly 4 1/2 years ago while traveling along on many of his western big game hunts. She has since had the opportunity to harvest a number of exceptional animals including a beautiful Trophy Mule Deer in Colorado and a remarkable Barren Ground Caribou Bull in the Canadian Territory of Nunavut, the largest, northernmost and newest territory of Canada.

    Some of her other trophies include Rocky Mountain Elk, Oregon Coastal Black Bears, Black Tail Deer, Antelope, a number of Muley’s and a couple of Whitetail bucks. She took an awesome Red Stag in South America and one in New Zealand at 750+ yards, as well as a Colorado Rocky Mountain bull elk at 996 yards, but the list doesn’t stop there. Other species have included a record book Red Hartebeest in South Africa, by far one of her favorite hunts to-date, and most recently, a Gold Medal Chamois in New Zealand.

    Chris was filmed taking, what we believe to be the longest shot ever by a woman, with her 1,025 yard kill on a Coastal Black Bear, in addition to a 1,005 yard kill on a Coastal Black Tail, both on her home turf, in Oregon.

  • #2
    Bob and Chris, I just want to say, I am a big fan of the show and look forward to new exciting episodes. If I may say so, I do miss the equipment window that you used to show before the shot. I liked seeing what caliber, bullet, fps, yardage, and that stuff. Best of luck to you, Jared


    • #3
      Thanks so much for the support! Great news on the horizon regarding technical information! We are bringing back tech slates this new year and for all of 2015! Thanks for the great feedback! Good luck this season!


      • #4
        Enjoy seeing the show each week. Have a suggestion for a show or at least a teaching segment for a future episode and that is, 'what to do when the electronics fail.' No rangefinder and / or kestrel and or Phone app/ Trimble. Failed batteries or lost/ damaged device.

        Determining range with a MOA based reticle. Show what it looks like in the reticle.
        Assumptions and determinations about environmental factors. 50% humidity? Baro?
        How much one should expect to limit range attempted with the method(s).
        A backup, paper range card and adjustments for Temp or elevation change from base data.
        How to practice this technique.

        Just an idea that no other LR show has been able to show or cover... that I have seen.

        Last edited by Beandog; 03-17-2015, 04:15 PM. Reason: spellin'