Re: [SCA-Archery] Digest Number 1502
>>Greetings everyone,What I do on my tooling leather after the dyeing and appropriate drying
>>I hope you all had a lovely holiday season.
>>I gave someone a quiver for a present. It is a very nice leather quiver,
>>but unfortunately the black dye on the leather is rubbing off on
>>everything. does anyone know what we can do to it to stop this happening?
period, is give it a good rub down with sheep wool. I've gotten lots of
remnants of sheep skin from Tandy leather, and it works great to rub the
leather down with. The wool extracts most of the residual dye, and the
natural lanolin content in the wool also helps out the leather. Give the
leather a good hard rub.
> Message: 17There is an article on the basic self-nocked arrow, at the current
> Date: Fri, 2 Jan 2004 20:10:14 -0800 (PST)
> From: Ian Griffen <ian_griffen_archer@...>
> Subject: Looking for links
> Greetings all
> I am looking for a couple of links for Flemish Twist strings (3 ply).
> And Self Nock Arrows
> Thank you in advance
> Ian Griffen.
Primitive Archer online:
I've made several dozen myself, and I keep learning with each new batch :)
A couple of other links:
There is possibly some articles in:
As far as the 3 ply is concerned, it braids the same way the 2-ply
would, just spreading the poundage across more strings so each ply would
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At 03:13 PM 1/3/2004 -0700, you wrote:
> > Message: 17
> > Date: Fri, 2 Jan 2004 20:10:14 -0800 (PST)
> > From: Ian Griffen <ian_griffen_archer@...>
> > Subject: Looking for links
> > Greetings all
> > I am looking for a couple of links for Flemish Twist strings (3 ply).
> > And Self Nock Arrows
> > Thank you in advance
> > Ian Griffen.
>There is an article on the basic self-nocked arrow, at the current
>Primitive Archer online:
>I've made several dozen myself, and I keep learning with each new batch :)
>A couple of other links:
>There is possibly some articles in:
>As far as the 3 ply is concerned, it braids the same way the 2-ply
>would, just spreading the poundage across more strings so each ply would
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- If you just want to buy an arm guard online there are a couple of sites
which sell quite a selection of them.
Are 2 of them. The first has more than the second.
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