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Dude Perfect Strikes Again with Seven Consecutive Trick Shots in One Video

The Dude Perfect trick shot squad stopped by Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory playhouse to record what might be their most impressive video yet (and they've had plenty).

The crew completes seven consecutive trick shots in one continuous camera shot, including hitting an apple in someone's mouth with a bow and arrow, and knocking a beer bottle down with a golf ball.

It almost seems too good (and dangerous) to be real, but Dude Perfect's authenticity has been called into question before and they've passed muster.

The guys throw a blooper in at the tail end of the video, just to let viewers no they aren't infallible, and we should all be glad it is not from a missed bow and arrow shot.

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