RE: [SCA-Archery] another bow vendor
- I purchased a longbow from him at Border Raids, shortly before I joined
this list. I'm very happy with it (so are the other people who tried it out
at archery practice last week). If his horse bows are as good I would say
the purchasers should be happy with them. He and his lady were very nice
and answered all my questions readily.
Edlyn of Meadowburne (a rather novice archer)
Winged hills, Middle Kingdom
> [Original Message]
> From: actionjoe02 <joe@...>
> To: <SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com>
> Date: 7/8/2004 10:16:15 AM
> Subject: [SCA-Archery] another bow vendor
> I ran into this gentleman and his lady at AEthelmearc's war practice a
> couple of months back. Evidently, he just immigrated to the US within
> the past year or so, as I recall.
> I've been meaning to write him to point out some grammatical errors,
> but slack overtook my good intentions. Like I implied above, English
> is his second language however he's still quite understandable.
> I was struck by how inexpensive his horsebows were compared to that
> other vendor that I'm sure you all know by name. The question I have,
> however, is about the quality rather than the price. I know he sold
> at least four or five bows at AE War Practice; did he sell to anyone
> on the list? If so, what do you think of your new purchase?
> Stefen von Baden
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