Re: [SCA-Archery] Authentic looking targets
- View SourceThere are many out of period targets, and some very
interesting in period targets. There are also pictures
of ranges and a discusion of the shooting guilds which
had their heyday at the end of period (though some
still exist today).
I got it on Inter Library Loan. Buying is not the only
--- Mike O'Toole <mike.otoole@...> wrote:
> If I remember correctly almost all of the targets in__________________________________
> that book were post
> SCA period and targets for use with guns.
> It is an interesting book, but don't buy it if you
> are looking for
> period examples of archery targets.
> Michael O'Byrne
> J. Hughes wrote:
> >Sorry it took a while to get back, but I had a
> >regional archery practice this weekend.
> >You can find a discussion and some pictures in Anna
> >Braun's _Historical Targets_ published in English
> >Roydon Publishing Co of London. It gave me and my
> >archers ideas for more period targets.
> >Charles O'Connor
> >--- John edgerton <sirjon1@...> wrote:
> >>Could you tell us where those painted examples are
> >>to be found? If the
> >>sources are available I would like to add them to
> "An archer does not aim, he kills."
> Bernard Cornwell, Harlequin
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