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Has anyone ever split an arrow with a compound bow? 2 days ago I split one at 15 yards. I was shocked! Now they are ontop of my

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  • deerhunterforlife
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    i did from 20 yards i never thought i would ever do it

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  • rraper
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    Congrats on robin hood! Ive done it twice both times I was excited until I realized it was a little expensive 10 bucks for carbon express mayhem and another 9 for carbon express lazer eye. BUT IT WAS VERY COOL!

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  • huntfishtrap
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    Yep, I did it once, at 30 yards. The second arrow went about halfway through the shaft of the first one before splitting out the side. To be honest, I wasn't too happy about it, even though it was my first Robin Hood, seemed like a waste of a perfectly good arrow to me!

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  • JM
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    -Congrats!
    -Closest I have come is shooting the nock of of another arrow(aluminum shaft so I do not know if a carbon shaft would of split). Like 6phunter touched on, I try my best NOT to shoot my own arrows(not that I could even if I tried) so that I do not have to repair them.

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  • 6phunter
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    That's how you know your shooting tight groups,and why a lot of shooters shoot at different targets.IT'S kind of like two shotgunners shooting at the same bird ,both never hearing the other shoot.Although it's not done often it happens enough not to be rare. CONGRATS ON YOUR ROBBIN HOOD.

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  • Has anyone ever split an arrow with a compound bow? 2 days ago I split one at 15 yards. I was shocked! Now they are ontop of my

    Has anyone ever split an arrow with a compound bow? 2 days ago I split one at 15 yards. I was shocked! Now they are ontop of my deer's antlers.

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