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Discussion in 'Bowhunting' started by 747captain, May 7, 2013.
Mine was on a 45 yard robin. Pure, unadulterated luck.
65y on a blue grouse. went in the neck and out the a$$. Needless to say that was the nastiest bird I have ever ate.
This is simply amazing luck or no luck it is awesome!
practice, practice practice, practice. Be warned though, the practicing in itself is super addicting.
I don't think I can afford that kind of practice!
If you're referring to the amount of time involved, I understand. If you're talking about $ then I guess I don't. It only takes a few flu flu's. and a couple of targets.
I will be attempting this when I get back from afghanistan
Couple of great videos out there on the subject. Both available from 3 Rivers Archery. One is on shooting aerial targets and the other on pheasant hunting.
Curious what your intent is in posting a thread about shooting federally protected birds?
My guess is your either an anti-hunter plant on this site or someone who really didn't think through what they just did and what they just posted. Either way I don't like it. Keep the laws, if you don't like them fight to change them but don't break them. It just causes everyone else to suffer the consequences.
Never said I was in the US when this happened.
Used to hunt ducks and geese with my bow. Most shots were close though. 20-30 yards. If they were on the ground I used a conventional fletch and broadhead. I used a compound for a while then switched to recurve, then gave it up.