Move over Robin Hood! This guy is WAY more impressive!
Matt Stutzman, an man born with no arms, has just outdone archers across the world who have the benefit of two working hands at their side.
The world-class archer has set the Guinness World Record after hitting a target from 230 yards away. That's more than two football fields of open space between him and a target.
This guy is not only an amazing archer, but an amazing role model to ANYONE, whether they are disabled or not!
Despite his disability, he's completely self-sufficient and has been for years thanks to his parents tough love as a kid. He explained to reporters:
"I was born this way. I know when I was little and I needed something then my parents would kind of say, 'Hey, well figure it out yourself.' Because they did that, when I got older I didn't have to rely on anybody and I could just figure things out on my own."
We're going to go out on a limb here and say his parents raised him right because he did a pretty good job of figuring out the sport of archery on his own.
Check out the video above to see Matt break a world record!