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Re: Draw types

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  • Al T
    There were other draw styles used, often by aboriginal peoples, but they were rarer to find than the four mentioned by Lord Carolus. You should be able to
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      There were other draw styles used, often by aboriginal peoples, but
      they were rarer to find than the four mentioned by Lord Carolus. You
      should be able to find a study of draw types and their geographic
      distribution at a good university library. It was printed in the
      1920's or 30's and the author was Saxton T. Pope.
      Thus have I seen...
      -Allan Bluehood-

      --- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, Carolus Eulenhorst
      <eulenhorst@j...> wrote:
      > The draws used during period are the primary (pinch), secondary (two
      > finger), tertiary (mediterranean[this is the 3 fingered draw you
      will see
      > most commonly today]), and thumb (used with a ring in the orient and
      > mideast). In the particular time and place you are asking about the
      > secondary and tertiary draws are the ones you should look at.
      >
      > In service to the dream
      > Carolus von Eulenhorst
      > eulenhorst@j...
      >
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