If you're new to the online hunting community, get ready to meet one of the most entertaining hunters on the planet. While Tim Wells is known for taking big-game animals at an impressive rate, he's really earned his reputation by taking his targets in the most unconventional ways. While he loves to use a variety of bows and archery tackle you've probably seen before, he's better known for his ability to take animals with blowguns and spears, embracing the greatest challenges hunting has to offer.
In today's video, we see Wells taking on a new challenge, this time pushing his bowhunting capabilities to their limits on a backcountry tahr hunt. Well known for his ability to take insane shots under seemingly impossible conditions, Wells maintains a steady hand, executing a 130-yard shot with seemingly no trouble whatsoever. Prepare to be amazed with this truly unbelievable clip.
Watch the video below:
Wells closed the distance with the tahr to six yards and didn't have a clear shot. After jumping, it appears Wells landed a shot on the leading tahr. The tahr went running off and that's when it get's insane.
At approximately 130 yards, Wells shoots a second shot and somehow lands a moonshot on the sprinting tahr.
This shot had to taken years of practice before even considering such an insane shot. In fact, it's hard telling if practice would even help for such a difficult shot with so many variables.
Who knows what crazy shot Tim Wells will land next.
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