Anyone can order their very own copy direct from the publishers at http://www.woodcraftmagazine.com/ They will ship anywhere, support the magazines you like orMessage 1 of 7 , Jul 27, 2010View SourceAnyone can order their very own copy direct from the publishers at http://www.woodcraftmagazine.com/
They will ship anywhere, support the magazines you like or they will go away. 8->
Miriam.On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 3:07 AM, julian wilson <smnco37@...> wrote:
thanks for that. I live in "old" Jersey, and the local newspaper & magazine importers told me they'd never heard of the magazine, and even if I gave them contact details for the Publishers, it would take them 3 months to place an order and get me my first copy - and THAT wouldn't be the issue you mention.
--- On Tue, 27/7/10, Kean Gryffyth <kad.dsl@...> wrote:
From: Kean Gryffyth <kad.dsl@...>
Subject: Re: [MedievalSawdust] Re: Article on bow making in Woodcraft magazine
Date: Tuesday, 27 July, 2010, 16:00
I am willing to do so for those outside the US. All I ask is that those in the US or anywhere else the magazine is sold buy their own copy and support the magazine.
Yahoo wouldn't let me upload the whole article in one file, so I split it in two.
On 7/26/2010 2:22 PM, julian wilson wrote:
It would be great if someone could scan the article, and make it available for Listers in the Files/Photos section of this List, for the benefit of those Listers who live outside the USA, where the magazine is just NOT available from Newsagents!.
--- In medievalsawdust@ yahoogroups. com, Kean Gryffyth <kad.dsl@...> wrote:
> The latest Woodcraft magazine (Aug/Sept 10) actually has an article on
> making your own laminated wood/bamboo longbow. It's about 6 pages long,
> but seems to have most of the details. Anyone know if the author, Tom
> Turegon, is a SCAdian?
Agite primo recte! Nihil igitur durat tamquam enodatia brevis at satis.
(Do it right the first time, because nothing is so permanent as a temporary solution that works)