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I just robin-hooded one of my arrows at 30 yards. (Dammit!?) Should I be sad that I just ruined one of my arrows or should I be

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  • I just robin-hooded one of my arrows at 30 yards. (Dammit!?) Should I be sad that I just ruined one of my arrows or should I be

    I just robin-hooded one of my arrows at 30 yards. (Dammit!?) Should I be sad that I just ruined one of my arrows or should I be happy that I am shooting good groups even at 30 yards? I myself feel both ways.

  • #2
    Be happy the first time. Sad the second time.

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    • #3
      You usually have mixed feeling as you are until it starts to happen regularily. Then you have to start shooting each of your arrows at a different dot on your target. Sounds like you must be shooting carbons and it shattered on you. It's not such a big deal with aluminum arrows, but you do get tired of replacing nocks and feathers.

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      • #4
        AWESOME SHOOT!

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        • #5
          SAD! Are you on meds? Like the man said "Don't worry, Be Happy ! Now shoot different points on target.
          GOOD JOB !!!!!!

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          • #6
            correction buckhunter. be happy the first time. be in awe the second time. and after that, [email protected]$#^$&*!!!!

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            • #7
              Save the shot, hang it on the wall. Unless you pulled them apart, now be sad.

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              • #8
                Whoa, i cant even imagine being able to shoot a robin hood right now but congratulations! I would be happy at first then sad later on when i realize i am going to need new arrows and i see the price.

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                • #9
                  Dammit!?

                  WHAT DO YOU MEAN Dammit!?

                  Congratulations Sir, you have passed the rights of passage!

                  Bad luck if you separate them!

                  Now that’s a wall hanger!!!

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                  • #10
                    My friend who is the awesome aeriel shot was throwing tomahawks when he somehow managed to perfectly stick the second one directly into the handle of the first just below the tomahawk head. Of course the handle was split and ruined. I think I have a picture of it somewhere. Four of us saw it happen. Trying for 2 or 3 years since none of us have been able to duplicate the accident.
                    I have two .45 ACP 230 grain hardball that my son stacked into a dead stump from about ten yards. When we only saw one hole we dug them out to find that the second bullet was just a bit off center from the back of the first one. We can't duplicate that feat either.

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                    • #11
                      How much bad luck do I get if I separate them?

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                      • #12
                        Nice shootin

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                        • #13
                          hijohn, how much bad luck? The next time you draw your bow back your limbs will split the string will break and you'll get a good whack in the head.

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                          • #14
                            You need to frame EVERY ONE that you shoot. You are obviously at the top of your game or VERY VERY lucky. If you keep everyone the one will rule out the other. Be proud, show everyone you see or that comes over what you have done. It's not that common and when you can do it fairly commonly then you won't have to ask here you'll be a champ on some circuit!!! Once again congratulations! Do it again!

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                            • #15
                              Nice Shot. Gets expensive.

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