First bird

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  1. kjstaudt86

    kjstaudt86 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    C2106D7D-7E7D-4EBC-8A87-7A91A5D65F89.jpeg Went out this afternoon to target practice and I decided to test my luck on this starling at 24 yards. Not bad for my first bird ever with a bow. Aim small miss small! :tu:
     
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    Lol, nice shooting.
    My old roommate and I years ago used to shoot them in our back yard. The house had a door from the kitchen that went out into the back yard, we'd leave the door open so we could shoot them right from the kitchen when they landed in the yard. Almost always got a shot if one landed in the yard since we didn't have to go clear outside and risk spooking them. Got a packrat one time that had made the woodpile his home for about a week before we got him.
     

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