Could you ever make a long-distance archery shot like this?
If you've ever shot a compound bow, you know how hard it is to accurately hit long-range targets, especially archery targets more than 200 yards away.
In this video, Matt of Trophy State of Mind TV makes an incredible bow shot from 300 yards away. He starts shooting from 100 yards and then moves back to 200 yards and finally back to the 300-yard range.
The arrows he's shooting are Black Eagle Carnivores. As for the bow, we're not sure what the model is.
With precision like that, it's no wonder this guy looks at home on the shooting range. The amount of practice that it takes to pull something like that off is impressive.
Can you imagine taking a 300-yard shot while bowhunting for big-game animal like a deer or an elk? Would any bowhunter feel safe taking that shot?