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(7)I have not experienced any of mine breaking in use. Sent from my iPad ... I have not experienced any of mine breaking in use. Sent from my iPad On Nov 25,
(14)I am new to posting scores here. I know I don't have a log in. I am sure my Captain "Robin" does not either. I wonder if Christoph has access? This could be
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(6)CA glue for most.... On Thursday, November 21, 2013 2:59 PM, Guy Taylor wrote: Multiple thin coats of oil-based polyurethane.
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Acceptable Period Bows
(6)That's what it says in the corpora documents. So Mollegabets are totally in :)
(41)John, Do it but make sure to change the subject line what types of bows and time periods are you talking about? Gaelen On Monday, November 11, 2013 6:42 PM,
(22)Actually, that would be a great idea. More resources are always good. Carolus ... Actually, that would be a great idea. More resources are always good.
I have been asked about period bow case and quiver. English traditio
(11)Thank you. ________________________________ From: "firstname.lastname@example.org" To: SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com Sent: Thursday, November
(9)One more time- I make shafts in excess of 32" every day in poplar, Douglas fir, Ashe, white oak, lodge pole spruce, and Ipe. Plus I take barter- garb,
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(16)Hello Everyone, Hi Guy! I see you pointed me out...LoL! I met Guy about three or four years ago when I showed up at a local SCA Azincourt Archery event
Re: SCA Period Arrow Nocks
(12)Cedar may be too weak to use for a warbow shaft but there is nothing wrong with using it for what most of us use today. Lots of people are making self nocks in
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