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Long Range Shot Draws Blood on Both Predator and Prey

This hunter is faced with a long range shot on a once-in-a-lifetime Wyoming bighorn sheep. He makes the shot count, but pays the price.

On this bighorn sheep hunt with John Porter of Morning Creek Outfitters, weather conditions and moving sheep force Dustin Lym to take a long range shot. What’s more, he’s shooting Porter’s rifle, which he has never fired.

With the rams threatening to move off, Dustin sets up and makes the shot, but the ram isn’t the only one left bleeding.

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Way to go, Dustin! Making a long range shot like that on a huge bighorn is definitely worth a little cut to the forehead.

Hunting bighorn sheep in Wyoming is truly a once in a lifetime experience that few hunters will ever experience and this hunter has a scar to remember it by.

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Long Range Shot Draws Blood on Both Predator and Prey