Regardless of the game species chosen as a quarry, bow hunting is a tough sport in any case. One of the biggest challenges a bow hunter can undertake is the mountain game. Both Ovis and Capra species. There has been a number of bow hunters in the past who pursued these species that inhabit the most secluded parts of the world. These people were the pioneers who opened the doors of Asia for bow hunters by hunting many destinations for different species. But only a handful bow hunters likeTom Hoffman, Archie Nesbitt had the privilege to hunt in Pakistan but only for Blanford urial. Although it can be hunted in the same area no others had any luck with Sind ibex until Jon Kruger arrowed one this past December. So we salute Jon for his amazing achievement. He is the first hunter to ever take a Sind ibex with bow.