A local archery range used to have a small collection of those, but with blackheads and aluminum shafts giving a spectacular banana peel split.
It is very common.
In this video he shot a smaller shaft through a larger shaft.
Normally you are shooting groups and the 2nd arrow hits the 1st and decelerates and goes in about 1/6th of the way.
You end up with about a 4 foot piece and a lot of tiny carbon fibre splinters.
“Robin Hood Shot. Scene 2. Take 115.”
Great shot, but not real world, because first arrow would have a nock on it if shot from bow.
Lol, exactly. They should call it the Law of Averages Shot.
Kim Jong Un?
Great shot, regardless.
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I taught him that.
Nope. Mythbusters proved it couldn’t happen.
I’m still not going to let him shoot an apple off my head.
Only if you play the William Tell Overture.
I did that once by accident. Really. It was a wooden shaft arrow, so it just split it.
My family was heavily into archery hunting back in the 70’s. I still have my Dad’s first Fred Bear compound bow.
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You must become one with the arrow.
@Billy Fuster — And you can start getting the feel of being one with the arrow by wearing thong underwear two sizes too small.