A 300-yard shot can be tough to make with a rifle depending on the conditions. But the same shot with archery equipment? It’s unheard of.
Many archers practice with their equipment at distances longer than what they would shoot while hunting. They do this to build confidence, but often don’t shoot more than 60 or 70 yards when practicing.
One archer took it to the extreme and hit his target at an amazing 300 yards. He begins at 100 yards, then moves back to 200 yards, and finally stops at 300 yards. It only took a few missed shots before he connected.
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