10981Re: [SCA-Archery] Re: Hand shock
- Nov 7, 2002Remind my in March or April and I will let you kmow how mine turned out. I
plan to shoot at 40 , 60, and 80 yds with a 122 cm target. May move to 100
yds just for fun.
Ravens Fort Ansteorra
>From: "hanhebin" <hamberg@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: [SCA-Archery] Re: Hand shock
>Date: Thu, 07 Nov 2002 22:08:16 -0000
> > In this I concur, shooting too fast can be deleterious to accuracy.
> > I make a conscious effort in untimed competitions (regardless of
> > venue) to slow down and take my time. Were it not for the short
> > distances of SCA competitions I would have a difficult time with
> > the speed ends.
>NOT BEING CRITICAL OF THOSE THAT SHOOT OUTSTANDING SPEED ROUNDS
>I've always wanted to see how archers that shoot good at the point
>blank distances we shoot in the SCA would do versus longer
>distances. Say maybe 100 yards on a 122 cm face. I've heard of many
>40+ 20 yard speed round scores but wonder how that would translate
>versus an archer that got just 3 or 4 good shots off considering a
>In mundane shooting a shot that hits blue for me at 18 meters on a 40
>cm target will MISS at 90 meters on a 122 cm target. I've seen a
>minor string plucks shooting indoor FITAs still strike gold but
>completely miss while shooting the longer FITA distances outdoors.
>Just curious what anybody knows about the numbers of speed round
>scores versus static scores shooting at longer distances like a York
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