Zebra on a walk and stalk
It was a very cold morning in South Africa in August of 2010. Sitting in a blind over water was unrewarding. My guide and I decided we would walk and stalk the brush. We located a herd of zebra about 1/4 mile off. After about an hour of stalking and belly crawling, we lay motionless in some brush. The old mare of the group started walking our way and allowed me a 22 yard quartering towards me shot with my DXT. I was worried about the angle, with all that muscle in the shoulder. The DXT sent that arrow into the chest cavity and exited the oppsite side. She was down within seconds. That was one of twelve animals taken on this safari with the Mathews DXT.