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Top Shot Commentary from an Archer

A few other gun blogs have already linked this commentary on the archery aspects of last Sunday’s top shot, but it’s well worth a read if you haven’t already seen it.

3 Responses to “Top Shot Commentary from an Archer”

  1. Justin Buist says:

    And that right there is what makes this kind of reality show WAY more interesting than Survivor.

    There’s nothing to learn from a show like Survivor and its challenges. Nobody is going to Monday Morning Quaterback a challenge that consisted of walking a tight beam with a bowl balanced on your head. You’re not going to find an expert on that kinda thing. And if you did who gives a rip what they say?

    But shooting? Archery? Those are fun things to talk about and they’re useful. I’m not big on archery but I found the show interesting and the show made OrangeNeck’s blog post interesting to me.

    Heck, with the first show and Mike Seeklander magically blowing it with the 1903 brought up some informative blog posts about that particular rifle. I learned things from that. Useful things.

    And you’re never going to get that kind of buzz between weekly shows with Survivor because the challenges are pointless and stupid.

  2. JamesLee says:

    Ha! I KNEW I saw those arrows being notched up backwards. Paused the DVR on both that I saw it happen, but it was still sort of hard to tell.

  3. Rachel Price says:

    it is actually hard to master archery, it took me 2 long years to be a master of archery .

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