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Old 05-18-2017, 05:56 PM
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Default Different kind of Robin Hood

Was out shooting my Attila's Archery horse bow the day before at a small foam block target, (the kind you kick around), at about 16 to 17 yards. Typically after hitting the block it rolls over on impact presenting a new side to shoot. Well after hitting the block it rolled back 90 degrees with the arrow sticking straight up. My next arrow centered the block and I heard a "tink" sound. When I pulled the first arrow I found I had cut it in half with remaining end left deep in the block.

The next day I was out shooting at the block again and after I took what became my last shot for the evening I pulled my arrow to find I robin hooded the broken shaft left in the block.

Not a big deal but I still thought it kind of cool.
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Old 05-18-2017, 06:18 PM
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That looks like a more entertaining way to foot arrows than cutting and gluing. You may have discovered a new business opportunity.
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