A longbow can shoot an arrow up to 400 yards.
A longbow is a type of bow that is tall – about as tall as the person using it – and has a long, narrow shape. It is made from a single piece of wood, and the bowstring is attached to the ends of the bow.
A longbow can shoot an arrow a long way – up to about 300 yards (274 meters). That’s about as far as a football field.
Some people think that the longbow is a more powerful weapon than a crossbow, because it takes more strength to use a longbow. But the longbow can’t shoot as fast as a crossbow. So, it all depends on what you need the bow for.
If you want to shoot an animal for food, you might want a longbow, because it can kill the animal. But if you are in a battle, and you need to shoot arrows quickly, you might want a crossbow.
How Far Can A Longbow Shoot Horizontally?
Up to 300 yards.
When it comes to archery, there
Are many different types of bows that can be used for hunting or target practice. One of the most popular bows is the longbow. But how far can a longbow shoot horizontally?
Most longbows can shoot arrows up to 150 yards. However, there are some that are designed for longer range shooting and can shoot up to 300 yards.
When it comes to hunting, the average range for a longbow is 30-40 yards. But if you are a experienced hunter, you can increase your range to 50-60 yards.
Here is a real life example:
I was out hunting with my longbow and I saw a deer about 40 yards away. I took a deep breath and aimed for the deer’s heart. I released the arrow and watched as it flew through the air and hit the deer right in the heart. The deer fell to the ground and I had my dinner!
How Far Can A Longbow Shoot Vertically?
A longbow can shoot an arrow up to approximately 150 yards.
A longbow can shoot vertically quite high, the actual height depends on the strength of the person shooting it. If we take an average person shooting a longbow, they could probably shoot an arrow around 60-70 meters high into the air.
Now, let’s take a look at a real-life example. In the year 1257, during the Battle of Agincourt, the English were greatly outnumbered by the French. The English had a plan though. They positioned themselves in a narrow area with the longbow archers in the front. The French, not knowing the power of the longbow, kept coming. The English shot their arrows high into the air, and the arrows came down vertically onto the French troops. This caused great confusion and many French troops were killed. The longbow archers were able to shoot vertically quite high and this contributed to the English victory.
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