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    Arrow The historical art of fast archery revived


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    Nice vid, dang he is fast.

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    That is completely bad-ass, makes me want try my archery skills again

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    Thats sick! I cant believe we never see stuff like this in movies! The stuff that comes close is all computer animation!

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    Holy crap that's ridiculous.

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    Why does that video use Xtra-normal voice over ....it simply reeks of a badly made video with the person using Xtra normal as the source for the voice over ... rather cheap way of video creation imo

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    Another movie about archery.

    War Of The Arrows (2012)
    It's on Netflix also.

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    There's a scene where the main character uses a half-length arrow. Because of half-weight x same force propelling it forward x less air resistance = higher velocity, which translates into greater impact. It passes by quickly but it's interesting how the main character shoots a half-length arrow. It's in the scene when the Mongols are chasing after him, near end of the movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximmmm View Post
    Holy crap that's ridiculous.
    Not just archery but many skills have been forgotten over time, like near handwriting and being able to have fun without computer game...

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    I'd like to see him go head to head with Bob Munden.

    * I meant Byron whats-his-name. Although Bob can shoot bows pretty well too.
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    Archery + Stallone+ Exploding communists = win

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    Default Murat Özdemir

    Lars Andersen trains with Murat Özveri.



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    Interesting stuff. Thanks a lot O-6 and 4x4Driver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muck View Post
    Interesting stuff. Thanks a lot O-6 and 4x4Driver.
    No probs muck. Just follow the YT link for similar videos if you're interested in these kind of things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4X4Driver View Post
    Lars Andersen trains with Murat Özveri.


    fine well doing that from a standing position .. most of the arrows fired were by those on horseback and on the move .... during battles

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    Quote Originally Posted by timetraveller View Post
    fine well doing that from a standing position .. most of the arrows fired were by those on horseback and on the move .... during battles
    Yes...I'm aware of that. I was just introducing Mr.Özveri as someone who works with Mr. Andersen for the interested

    There are also national and int'l traditional annual horseback arhery reenactment/competitions in Turkey...again for the interested






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