--- In SCA-Archery@y..., wyvern@m... wrote:
> On 16 Sep 2002 at 22:22, Godwin fitzGilbert wrote:
> > I also do not shoot on the line, unless there is another marshal
> > -snip-
> That's a different situation entirely. I'm was talking about the
> where a single marshal is the *only* person on the line and the only
> person on the range. Apparently Caid does not allow this particular
> situation. *That's* what I find to be overkill.
Ah, yes I have no problem with letting a marshal shoot by themselves
on the line. They should be, by virture of their marshal status, be
completely aware of range saftey.
> As did I when I was still warranted. Whether or not I shot in a
> which I was responsible for depended on who I was shooting with.
> more experienced archers -- often marshals among them, I never
> considered it a problem.
Yup, I stated something similar, such as when all the marshals, or
very experienced archers shoot together, I'm much more relaxed and
will shoot on the line with them.
> It's actually fairly common in the off hours when the range is open
> marshal's descretion.
I was thinking of during a scoring round for war or similar. Of course
why the marshal would want to jump in then anyway didn't enter into it