Sheeps can be found in the area surrounding Cattail Pond, northeast of Wallace Station.
The Sheep is a large sized animal in Red Dead Redemption 2. You’ll most likely find them in mountains and higher areas. You’ll need a Perfect Sheep Pelt for part of the Legendary Elk Half Chaps, the Trapper’s Cloak, the Huntsman Vest, and the Sheepskin Vest at the Trapper.
“The Desert Bighorn Sheep inhabits the varied terrain of New Austin. It has a herbivores diet of desert holly, cacti, and grasses. Using Bows with arrows, or a rifle, is the easiest way to take down a sheep of this size. They also provide mutton to eat, and hides for crafting with.”
How Kill the Sheep?
To get a perfect Pelt you’ll have to find a Perfect Sheep and use the right weapons to kill it.
Sheeps are large sized animals. There are usually a couple of them together when spotted. They scare easily. Keep your distance, using binoculars to spot, identify, and track a prestine target. When you get a clear line of sight, use a rifle with any type of ammo, except explosive, or a Bow with Poison Arrows to get a clean kill.
Upon killing a pristine Sheep perfectly, you’ll earn a perfect Sheep Pelt and Gristly Mutton.
Best Weapons and Ammo for a Perfect Sheep Pelt
- Rifle with any ammo, except explosive
- Bow with Poison Arrows
Perfect Sheep Pelt Uses
- The Perfect Sheep Pelt can be used along with a Legendary Elk Pelt to craft the Legendary Elk Half Chaps in the Ghost Bison Garment at the Trapper.
- The Perfect Sheep Pelt can be used along with a Perfect Deer Pelt to craft the Huntsman Vest in the Bronco Buster Garment at the Trapper.
- The Perfect Sheep Pelt can be used to craft the Trapper’s Cloak in the Wrangler Garment at the Trapper.
- The Perfect Sheep Pelt can be used to craft the Sheepskin Vest in the Bounty Hunter Garment at the Trapper.