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    I wouldn't, I don't practice at that range. Too many things could go wrong in at that distance IMO
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    This was at a 3-d shoot and used as a novelty shot. Personally, I did not shoot,cause they would NEVER find my arrow, but I did witness DB as he shot. It was a pretty set up and he did a great job for arrow placement! Good job bud!
    P.S. he and I and everyone are very conscience of our limits in the wild however!

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    at a shoot i would take the shot just to see if i could hit the target but actual elk my limit is 40 to 50. and that is if conditions are good and im very sure of the situation. would be a fun shot to try at a target tho. might have to set my target up in my pasture at that distance and see how many arrows i can lose.
    dont know what the h#@l im doing but im trying to figure it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    I missed on the first shot. (No way should anyone try this shot on a live Elk.) Hit low between the legs. Next shot I aimed at his back hip to hit the vitals. Third shot was just the same. Diffiantly one of the most challenging shots I ever shot. But I did win a T shirt that says I hit the Elk at Cushing.
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    lol but how many years you been shooting that poor elk now Daniel ?
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    Taking that shot, even at a target, could get expensive for me.. (Lost arrows)

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    I have heard about that shot for a while wasent it at natreal dam or somewhere
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    it was at cimarron valley archery behind the lake dam.
    way out there and very windy. that was a great shot dan.

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