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26223Re: [SCA-Archery] Re: Sod Butt

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  • blkknighti@aol.com
    Mar 31, 2009
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      if there are field or target points in use you may have problems with it ...
      we found some wood grain contact paper and used that on a foam round target
      center. we also covered a foam round w burlap.
      I was just thinking what about thin wood grain paneling?
      Richard
      In a message dated 3/31/09 6:57:03 PM, kburgess1@... writes:


      > jameswolfden
      > "For your roundel, I believe the lids of barrels were used late in period.
      > You might be able to recreate a lid out of thin slats (1/4" or less) of an
      > arrow friendly wood (I.e. a pine, fir, or spruce that will break before your
      > arrow does). "
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      > --
      >
      > I read someplace that the the butts of the wine/ale casks were used at the
      > pub during rainy days by bored archers ( darts).
      >
      >




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