If you set up a 50-caliber rifle for a 1,000-yard shot at a steel plate, everything is fun and games — right?

That's probably what the hunter in this video thought, until the bullet ricochetted and struck his ear muffs.

Listen closely to the video, and you can hear the bullet strike the steel plate downrange, and then a split second later you'll see a puff of dust just feet in front of the shooter. The man's head then snaps to the right, and his ear muff's fly off.

"Am I bleeding," he's heard asking.

Yeah, that's probably the first question I'd have after getting peelayed by a bullet. Then I'd have some other business that needed attending to.