Korean Robin Hood: Splitting an Arrow in Two.

See this Korean archer hitting a soy bean and then splitting an arrow in two from a distance of 30 m (about 33 yards).

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I'm not that great an archer and I've personally gotten robin hoods twice with carbon fiber shafts and nocks in place. I only ever shoot four arrows at a time. It's not that hard, just lucky (and a pain in the butt...arrows aren't cheap).
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the splitting arrow myth originated in england and it is possible to do as long as the arrows that were shot were a poor archers arrows who wouldn't have a nock and likely be made from young tree branches
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Um, this wasn't really splitting an arrow. He shot an arrow into the hollow core of a more modern aluminum shaft that was most likely put there by hand. Seeing as how the nock was absent, it couldn't have been fired from a bow. As for the Mythbusters, that's what gave them problems, the nock. The "Myth" was ultimately busted. Either way, that guy is an amazing shot.
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