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Old 10-08-2014, 06:31 PM   #1
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A friend sent this to me. Talk about talent!
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Old 10-08-2014, 06:36 PM   #2
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Impressive!
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Old 10-08-2014, 06:36 PM   #3
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hmmm... he is okay I guess. everyone gets lucky now and then.
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That's absolutely incredible! I can't even get that close with double ought buck magnum out of my side x side Stevens with both barrels fired (modified) at the same time!
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Always reminds me of Tim Wells
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Even those kids are awesome. I bet they never have issues losing deer...
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I sure am glad all them lessons I gave them all are paying off!
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I can make most of those shots, with a 12 gauge and #8 shot.
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That is so Cool. I grew up in Birmingham and shot archery in Vincent at the Creek archery Club in Harpersville, Al. I was able to meet and spend some time with Howard Hill and watched him do a long bow exhibition shooting balls down to ping pong balls bounced across a gym floor. then watched him shoot quarters and dimes tossed in the air. As a 16 yr old I was so impressed. Just a little bit of movie history. Howard Hill did most of the archery shots for Errol Flynn's movies. He was shooting a 80lb long bow at a 2"thick and 4" diameter oak block taped to the persons chest. Just thought I would share. Thanks
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That is so Cool. I grew up in Birmingham and shot archery in Vincent at the Creek archery Club in Harpersville, Al. I was able to meet and spend some time with Howard Hill and watched him do a long bow exhibition shooting balls down to ping pong balls bounced across a gym floor. then watched him shoot quarters and dimes tossed in the air. As a 16 yr old I was so impressed. Just a little bit of movie history. Howard Hill did most of the archery shots for Errol Flynn's movies. He was shooting a 80lb long bow at a 2"thick and 4" diameter oak block taped to the persons chest. Just thought I would share. Thanks
I, too, saw Howard Hill perform in Birmingham at the fairgrounds when I was a kid (before electricity). Quite the showman! He had wrists like oak limbs. I watched him shoot wooden 4" discs rolled across the floor, then picked a 1" splinter off the floor - first try of course.
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