Check out this video as a grouse hunter kills two birds with one arrow.
Killing two birds with one stone is how the saying goes, but the grouse hunter in this video from Solvid FIY puts a little spin on it by using one arrow instead.
Now, it may not be exactly what you are thinking as the hunter does not kill two grouse with one shot, but… well, I’ll let you see what happens for yourself.
After bagging one bird with his first shot, the grouse hunter spots another one roosting nearby after moving forward to retrieve his first bird. Acting quickly, the hunter simply grabs the arrow that he had killed the first grouse with off the ground and nocks it on his bow before making another great shot on the second grouse.
Although taking two grouse with one arrow in one shot would have been an incredible sight to see, taking a second animal with the same arrow that was just used to bag another bird in such a short period of time is pretty darn cool as well.
Have you ever been archery hunting for grouse or any other game bird? How was the experience? Let us know in the comments section below.