Many times we've been asked,"how well can you shoot a a Whip longbow that weighs only 18 ounces?" Today while shooting our (shot out) rhinehart 3D target the answer came to Dan. At 22 yards he sailed an arrow into the core of the target, upon drawing a second arrow and shooting it, there was a report. A loud crack of arrows colliding, the second arrow burring into the first and driving it through the target. This supported the second arrow for the third shot. Could it be done twice in a row? The third shot struck dead center on the nock and bore into the second arrow leaving the third in the target and the first two hanging 60 inches out the back side of the target.