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Re: [SCA-Archery] Perception issue/ Educational opportunity

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  • James Koch
    I d say it s about time several erroneous rules were addressed. The Pennsic one man one bow rule still requires correcting, and something has to be done to
    Message 1 of 17 , Sep 12, 2004
      I'd say it's about time several erroneous rules were addressed. The
      Pennsic one man one bow rule still requires correcting, and something has
      to be done to correct the rule regarding the tightness of binding on crossbows.
      >
      Jim Koch (Gladius The Alchemist)
      >
      At 06:35 PM 9/12/2004, you wrote:
      >Thank you Nigel,
      > That does add a fly to the ointment though. From my years of
      >experience marshaling at Pennsic (although I have been inactive the last
      >few years) I am very pleased with how there is great courtesy and
      >comraderee' between the marshalls from the various kingdoms. We should
      >have no trouble working this one out.
      >
      > It is clear from some of the posts on this topic that there is
      >some confusion of what is an early or a late shot. Easy solution:
      >correct the verbiage for next years Pennsic so that it is clear to
      >everybody.
      >
      > Here in the East Kingdom we have operated under the guidlines of
      >when an arrow is loosed, not when it strikes the target. If ti is
      >different in other kingdoms that that can cause confusion on the Pennsic
      >lines and the Pennsic rules need to be standardized on that. I don't
      >think it's a big problem. It's good that someone caught it and it can be
      >addressed.
      >Respectfully,
      >-Geoffrei
      >
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