Destiny was using her Horton Summit 150 crossbow shooting from 25 yards.
Her dad had just replaced the fletching with the Nap Twister Quickfletch and instructed his young lass to shoot in exactly the same spot so they could adjust.
Destiny, doing as instructed, aimed her BSA Red Dot in the same area where the previous arrow had struck and squeezed the trigger.
The Aluminum Carbon Express Croocbolts flying true struck the target in the exact same area where the previous arrow had struck.
Destiny’s excitement suddenly turned to dismay, because she was sad that she might have ruined the hard work her dad had put in replacing the fletching.
When her dad saw that his 10 year old daughter had just accomplished a feat that very few archers in the world have done, shoot an arrow directly into the end of a previously shot arrow, he said “Wow, I’m lucky to hit the ground.”