Marksman uses the ‘Archer’s Paradox’ to craft the most effective arrow

Byron Ferguson is a master archer who travels the world for exhibition shows. He’s even capable of shooting something as small as an aspirin out of the air. If you slow down his shots you can see the arrows bending as it travels. This is required for accurate firing BECAUSE of the Archer’s Paradox. Put simply, consider how a regular bow fires with the bow setting the arrow to a side yet still demanding that the arrow flies straight (almost through it). Check out this breakdown of how great archers and bow hunters utilize this in crafting their arrows and shooting.

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