Captain Zoom wrote:No you get one, because it's a single full attack action, and each opponent only gets one AOO per opportunity.
Moving: Moving out of a threatened square usually provokes attacks of opportunity from threatening opponents. There are two common methods of avoiding such an attack—the 5-foot step and the withdraw action.
Performing a Distracting Act: Some actions, when performed in a threatened square, provoke attacks of opportunity as you divert your attention from the battle. Table: Actions in Combat notes many of the actions that provoke attacks of opportunity.
Each time an opponent in your threatened area performs an action that grants an AOO, you get an AOO (if you have any AOOs left).
On your question about firing arrows - If the opponent makes two ranged attacks in your threatened area, one for each arrow, you get two AOOs.
So, in your opinion, the "given opportunity" is the full attack action?