There is a lot you can shoot out of a shotgun but how about an arrow point?
This video is an experiment into whether an arrow field tip can be used in a shotgun shell as a projectile.
The shotgun chosen is a .410 bore shotgun for the experiment, and the results are surprising to say the least.
An old timer once told us of good ole boys out deep in the sticks taking the shot out of a .410 shotshell, loading the no shot shell in a shotgun, and putting in a fletching-less arrow down the barrel as a projectile, but this is far more efficient.
Do not try this at home, but the video is worth sharing with your skeptical friends.