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Groundhunter 09-May-23
Dino 09-May-23
midwest 09-May-23
Bou’bound 09-May-23
Bowfreak 09-May-23
JTreeman 09-May-23
DanaC 10-May-23
bigswivle 10-May-23
Groundhunter 10-May-23
12yards 10-May-23
JTreeman 10-May-23
Bowfreak 10-May-23
DanaC 10-May-23
BULELK1 11-May-23
Bou’bound 11-May-23
T-rex 11-May-23
Bowfreak 11-May-23
smarba 11-May-23
Dale06 11-May-23
Thornton 11-May-23
Swampbuck 11-May-23
Dale06 11-May-23
keepemsharp 11-May-23
midwest 11-May-23
Bou'bound 11-May-23
HUNT MAN 11-May-23
huntinelk 12-May-23
Bowfreak 12-May-23
Jethro 12-May-23
Dale06 12-May-23
huntinelk 12-May-23
12yards 12-May-23
DanaC 12-May-23
huntinelk 12-May-23
Bob H in NH 12-May-23
Charlie Rehor 12-May-23
Boreal 12-May-23
huntinelk 12-May-23
BC173 12-May-23
Dale06 12-May-23
Groundhunter 12-May-23
From: Groundhunter
09-May-23
Just saw this for first time. Man, that guy can shoot. He is on another level. Levi Morgan.

From: Dino
09-May-23
It’s actually crazy what an amazing shot that man is!!!

From: midwest
09-May-23
Another level indeed. I occasionally listen to his podcast "On the Line". Those guys are a hoot. Good ol' boys.

From: Bou’bound
09-May-23
Quality guy and he get's it. Game or foam he is an assassin.

From: Bowfreak
09-May-23
One of the best archers ever. The best ever at unknown 3D.

From: JTreeman
09-May-23
Levi is a machine. There are guys that can shoot, but Levi can shoot, is cool as ice, and is incredible at judging distance. Not many guys have all 3 and Nobody has all 3 at Levi’s level.

—jim

From: DanaC
10-May-23
The obverse of it is, good 'unknown' shooters are the ultimate challenge for those who set 3D courses. For known distance' you just set the targets way out there.

From: bigswivle
10-May-23
Come on now, you guys are doing this wrong, he’s BFF with the Bowmars!!! Giving bow hunting a bad name :) guy is unreal with a bow

From: Groundhunter
10-May-23
Today I watched Lee Lakowsky shoot an elk in Utah at 92 yards. He is no slouch either. Dan Picar from Eastman is another deadly launcher.

From: 12yards
10-May-23
I'm pretty sure Levi's 60 yard groups are probably as good or better than my 20 yard groups. He's an amazing shot.

From: JTreeman
10-May-23
Lee couldn’t carry Levi’s quiver…

—Jim

From: Bowfreak
10-May-23
Lee is no slouch as are a lot of people but we are talking a different level of archery. Think of Lee as a really good DI basketball player that has the possibility of playing overseas. Think of Levi as NBA top 50 all time.

From: DanaC
10-May-23
Unfortunately too many mediocre shooters see these elite archers whack an elk at 90 yards and think, 'I can do that'. They have no idea what level of preparation gets somebody to that point. Or how long it takes to put it all together.

From: BULELK1
11-May-23
His Mrs is a good shot too.

Not as far away type shots but very good none the less.

Good luck, Robb

From: Bou’bound
11-May-23
Dana that is because people are stupid. I don't watch NASCAR and run at 180 MPH to the local grocery store or think I can hit a 97 MPH fastball just because I see some people do it.

From: T-rex
11-May-23
X1 Bou

From: Bowfreak
11-May-23
Agreed Dana.

From: smarba
11-May-23
I drive 180mph to the grocery store, but I don't swing at baseballs. I know my limits.

From: Dale06
11-May-23
One has to wonder, how many of the extreme long shots at game are gut shots, hip shots, neck shots, and the video of that is not shown. No doubt these guys are terrific target shots. But a lot can happen during arrow flight on these extreme long shots.

From: Thornton
11-May-23
Never heard of him, and I'll probably never watch him. No point when you've got Tim Wells dropping grizzly bears with an arrow to the head 100 yards away.

From: Swampbuck
11-May-23
Dale, how many show have you seen or heard about, when the shooter says, “ Smoked um!!!”. Then it’s, oh after watching the video with no pass through we decided to wait a million hours. And those usually aren’t extreme shots

From: Dale06
11-May-23
Swampbuck, I’ve seen many shows where what you describe has happened, and those are for the most part, shots taken at what most experienced bowhunters would consider reasonable distance for an ethical killing shot.

From: keepemsharp
11-May-23
These long shot pieces of crap seems to me that grinnin Chuck with the long arms started that.

From: midwest
11-May-23
That dang grinnin', long armin' Chuck!

From: Bou'bound
11-May-23
Yeah yeah what’s that Adam’s guy ever done for bowhunting anyway?

From: HUNT MAN
11-May-23
Haters going the Hate. Never fails!! Some people are just better than most. That’s the way it works in this world .

From: huntinelk
12-May-23
What distance is the acceptable distance for "ethical" bow shot? Where is the cut off from long range to extreme long range? What is the longest shot anyone should ever take at an animal?

Levi's availabilities are beyond next level.

From: Bowfreak
12-May-23
This argument is so tired but how many NBA three pointers can you hit in a row in a gym with nothing on the line? Steph Curry hit 77 once and 94/100. You aren’t Steph Curry and you aren’t Levi Morgan.

From: Jethro
12-May-23
Chuck started the long distance shots? Now that's funny.

From: Dale06
12-May-23
“Levi’s capabilities are beyond next level”, absolutely true. But he still can’t prevent an animal from taking a step or two while the arrow is traversing 80-120 yards.

From: huntinelk
12-May-23
Might be right about the animals moving at 80 - 120 yards, but where is the acceptable limit, is it ok if the animal moves a 35 yards and you screw that shot?

From: 12yards
12-May-23
I agree with SBC. The whole allure of bowhunting to me is the rush of having animals close. But I also believe everyone has to decide for themselves what is their ethics and definition of what bowhunting is to them individually.

From: DanaC
12-May-23
Huntinelk, you're talking about three times the distance, and three times the 'flight time.' It's not like a 270 where the time difference between 100 yards and 300 yards is a small fraction of a second. An arrow averaging 300 fps over 100 yards takes a _full_ second to hit. That's a lot more time for things to go wrong. I agree with 12yards that it's a 'personal' decision but I hope that people will err on the side of caution.

From: huntinelk
12-May-23
I agree on the distance time thing, but everyone is quick to condem what is too far, but nobody will state what the maximum should be for any animal any situation. Put a number on it...

From: Bob H in NH
12-May-23
The argument about animal having time to move is always made. Even at 20 yards they can duck, at least whitetails, and result in miss or wound.

Yes I think to many take shots that are to long, hell in the west people brag about 80 yard antelope shots all the time.

The goal of bowhunting is to kill an animal with a bow. All other aspects are self inflicted. Would I take a long shot? Hell no, but I also know my limits

12-May-23
If you take the best instruction and tips from a guy like Levi Morgan and adjust them to your level of ability you can be a more proficient bow hunter. It’s kind of like taking golf lessons from a pro. C

From: Boreal
12-May-23
No one, regardless of your level of proficiency, should ever shoot any farther than I'm comfortable with!

From: huntinelk
12-May-23
Come on Charlie, this is no place for common sense...

From: BC173
12-May-23
^^^^^

From: Dale06
12-May-23
Huntinelk, my number is 40 yards, if the elk is broadside, or slightly quartering away.

From: Groundhunter
12-May-23
I am just the average schmo. I got a few elk. Nothing further than 25 yards. My best bull was at 9 steps. Had cover and wind. First had him at 80 yards at 3pm. Got him in close by 425pm. Exciting thing I ever did.

But I admire the few who can really shoot. They must put in alot of time.

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