Another one hunt in Pakistan took place in Chitral, where I arrived by the helicopter on 25 January. We went for the hunt at about mid-day in to the gorge near the Gahirat village. Prince Seif, the local landlord, accompanied us. Three licenses per year for the Kashmir Markhor are given each year in this region. Local rangers started the search before we arrived and they were observing several groups of the adult Markhors for five days. A lot of snow fell in the area and the animals went to the lower heights. However, it became warmer when we arrived and the snow almost melted on the southern slopes.We noticed a single Markhor almost near the upper part of the ridge, 100 meters below its level. An elevation was ahead. I was very happy for it. Not to shoot the Markhor directly from the road! The elevation took about one hour, we reached the place, where the distance of shooting to the peak was about 400 meters. Seif gave me his rifle 300 wm caliber with Swarowski scope with regulation from 100 to 500 meters, that looked promising for the long-distance shooting. About 16:30 we saw a single Markhor. It was moving between the cliffs and it was very hard to find him. At some moment three rangers, who accompanied me started to speak actively and showed the orienteers, where the Markhor was. It was difficult to see him, it was literarily merged with rocky background. The distance was about 350 meters with the angle to the target of 45 degrees. It made me put the scope on the mark 300 meters. The first shot reached the animal directly in to the heart.