Rask, every time I try to go to your site, IE can't find it. How about a link?
Morgan Blaidd Du,
mka Morgan Wolf
Damn Vicar Archery and Stuff
----- Original Message ----
From: Dayrl Merrill <dmerrill@...
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2007 10:49:21 AM
Subject: [SCA-Archery] Re: Looking for Bow / Quiver / Arrows
If you are still looking contact me through my website at
www.dmerrill. com although I do not have bows listed yet I have
several new and used including a couple of horsebows.
--- In SCA-Archery@ yahoogroups. com, "kirsa_debteri" <Chibi_Yuri@ ...>
> hi there everyone !
> i'm kinda new to this list and I am interrested into traditionnal
> archery in the sca.
> After trying out archery at my local group, I found myself more
> interrested into it, at the point that I would like to buy out
> gear to practice.
> My mundane location is Montreal, Quebec, Canada. I was wondering
> first if it is possible, at your knowledge, to find any good
> traditionnal bows there ? My personna is mongol and even if
> i'd probably invest in a mongolian bow. am I better off on the
> internet ?
> or maybe one of you there would like to sell their equipement or
> someone that would ? what would you recommand doing to someone who
> fairly beginning in this field ? what is better, find a used one
> maybe not mongol or can i go now for the real thing new ? am I
> to shoot a lot more pounds with practice ? I went up to 35 lbs to
> knowledge now, without much practice, but will it increase a lot ?
> if that can give out any help, i'd eventually like to get into
> archery. if you know any details about mongolian bow/quiver/arrows,
> i'd be very much interrested !
> Garnison du Dragonet
> East Kingdom
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