Muscled tensed, you hit the same anchor point at the corner of your mouth like you had all summer long. But this isn’t a foam target, what stands 25 yards away has fur and breathes.
You know food and possibly antlers are just a few seconds away from being yours. Fiber optics hover onto the one tuft of fur you picked out, you envision where the arrow will exit rather than enter.
However, you are banking on a glorified sharpened stick, to get the job done. For all the marbles, a small piece of steel must get the job done through soft tissue and hard bone.
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