“It was lucky that it was recorded on film. If it had not been documented, no one would have believed me afterwards, but now it became a decent action film.
I must also praise the photographer, considering how exciting it was, the picture is very stable all the time.”
With about 500 pound of meat when it was all said and done, Mats said that final shot was only a few feet away:
“There was some energy in motion when he came charging. The third and final shot was fired at about 1.5 meters away and there was a cross stop. Had it not stopped there, the bull would have run straight over me, so it was lucky that it went well after all.
It shows once again that hunting is hunting, you can never take anything for granted. When hunting, anything can happen.”
The look on his face says it all… that’s one lucky SOB.