Try this it s what I do in the off season www.zateev.net/ontarget/framesets/tips_general_frameset.html Dearg. ... Lord Dearg Ailfredsson AOA CSO [dare-egMessage 1 of 4 , May 27, 2011View Source
Try this it's what I do in the off season
>>------>Lord Dearg Ailfredsson AOA CSO
"Red son of Alfred"
11th century Gall Gaidhel [gall guy-yell
a.k.a. "Irish Northman"
Leather Craftsman, Archer, Huntsman and Archery M.I.T.
The Barony of Fenix
Paid SCA member since 2003
When you stop challenging yourself, that's as good as you'll ever be.
--- On Fri, 5/27/11, angela <jademozingo@...> wrote:
From: angela <jademozingo@...>
Subject: [SCA-Archery] Newbie, and new to Archery
Date: Friday, May 27, 2011, 4:03 AM
I went to an event last year and tried archery, fell in love with it, and bought a bow and a handful of arrows at the same event. I have been practicing somewhat in my sideyard, but as I was doing it while all the kids in the area were in school and our neighbor was at work this isn't going to work until school starts again in the fall.
I live in central kentucky and if anyone in the area knows of a range I could practice at, or someone that can give me some pointers. I hit the target, but I'm sure I'd probably give an experianced person fits as I only had one short lesson at the event.
I am just now trying to get in contact with the local group again, but while awaiting email responses I was hoping someone here could give some input or even just some tips to a new person both to SCA and archery.
Angie (No, no SCA name...yet)