Very cool man. I love to see shit like that. Many years of training to be able to do that.
As they say practice makes perfect, and I have no doubt that guy has spent
absolutely countless hours at his craft, very cool stuff, thanks for sharing.
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Makes Daryl on the Walking Dead look like a pussy
BOOM de ya dah!
That is INSANE! 3 arrows in 1.1 seconds? i wonder if the lower mainland "gangsters" could get 3 bullets out in the that time with a third of the accuracy.
Lars is good but Iza is cute. ;-)
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Impressive, to say the least. Wouldn't have wanted to be chased by a Mongol on horseback shooting arrows at me. Or get caught.
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What was that guys name again?
very cool video. Recovering lost knowledge is always awesome.
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Cool video, but christ that computer voice is annoying.
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You can do the horse back archery up in Pemberton. The guy in the left of the comparison video Kassai Lajos re-birthed the tradition and taught the guy who started it up north. There is some awesome bows you can get with different sizes and draws. It is a great sport.
Here is some of the bows:
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Cool stuff, any good recommendation for a place that kids can learn, within Metro-van (indoors)?