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Slow-Motion Bow Kills on Flying Birds? Yes, Please

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Who loves the smell of burnt feathers in the morning? Tim Wells and company do it again. These slow-motion shots on doves with a bow will leave you stunned.

Tim Wells is a master with a bow, and apparently, he has his family pretty well trained too. Relentless Pursuit sets out and slocks a whole lot of birds with their bows, and it is is amazing.

One after another, arrow meets feathers. Most struggle to hit their mark on stationary targets, yet Tim continually impresses on flying birds.

You can hear him say at one point, “I love the smell of burnt feathers in the morning.”

Now, we are guessing this is Argentina, based on the ample opportunities they get. But if you are a bow hunter, you can respect the skill on display here.

I foresee a lot of bacon-wrapped dove poppers for supper in the Wells household.

Is there anything he can’t do with a bow?

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Slow-Motion Bow Kills on Flying Birds? Yes, Please