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Danish Archery Master, ultimate zombie hunter



Art of the Dynamic Long Bow: Archery CQB

In a follow-up to his initial video back in 2013, Lars Andersen shows off even more incredible archery skills, apparently unearthed through research, lots of trial and error.

Pretty cool that literally no one else on earth knew how to shoot a bow like this until this dude 'rediscovered' the forgotten technique.

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  1. Absolutely awesome. Makes me want to break out my bow and start practicing again, I know I'm nowhere near Lars' level but it's inspiring to see.

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  2. Wow, I need to relearn everything.

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  3. The part where he catches the arrow is faked. The video is cut.

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  4. I'll believe it when I see him in person or live.

    While seemingly impressive there are so many cuts here that he could've taken a hundred shots to get a few seconds of video.

    Also, pierce chainmail? A child's bow can punch through chainmail at those ranges.

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  5. And the Gambason... google it.

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  6. Entirely unrelated to this post but I know comments in old posts are not a way to get any, let alone a fast, response. Say a guy picked up a Bianchi model 25 for his S&W 642 and planned to use it primarily for pocket carry in (legal but) non permissive environments. The gun currently had boot grips. He wanted look at getting the set of grips that were the most discrete (thinnest) while still being as shootable as possible. Would you stick with the boot grips, go for the VZ 320 G10, or the new Hoague offering? Thanks in advance

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    1. Think Safariland made the pocket holster. In any case it is the one you mentioned.

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    2. My favorite for pocket carry is old style wood grips with a Tyler t grip adapter. Not the comfiest to shoot, but better than the factory boot grips IMO.

      The VZs would be next in line. They are smooth and fairly slim. Look very nice. Similar shooting comfort to the factory boot grips.

      My J frame currently wears the copy of the rubber grip used in the Ruger LCRs. I will have to look up the model name recently. They are a bit bulky for pocket carry, but very comfortable to shoot. As in I can go through a box of factory ammo and not have a sore hand the next day.

      Unfortunately, trade offs galore with the j frame.

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  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDbqz_07dW4

    Heres a video rebuttal to his claims.

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    1. Rebuttal is lame and doesn't actually rebut anything. Lars is still archery master.

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