Re: Aethelmearc Archery Awards
- Woot! I am a Grand Master! (equivalent)
Best month was 109,109,108. One point shy of Bowmaster Par
Excellance, our top award. Of note, noone has ever made that rank.
Baron Master Black Arrow and I have come close, not sure of anyone
--- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, "Capn Mac" <capnmac@c...> wrote:
> I have a page on the Aethelmearc Archery Website that contains
> the rankings of Aethelmearc archers. I'm not sure if this is what
> or not but the site is... http://www.capnmac.com/archery
> -Ce'tach Fitzgibbon
> Web Wizard, Aethelmearc Archery
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- Most likely modern recurve, 66" Javelina, forget the manufacturer,
Bear, I think. I do know that I have never found another like it. It
draws a strong 50 pounds, tends to like the heavy shafts, as they
fly as well the light ones off it. Slowed me down on the speed
rounds from 10 arrows in 30 seconds to 7/8 arrows. But, it did help
at the 40 yard mark.
I was looking for a nice 66" 40lb bow, as I can still get the 10
arrows off, and do well at the 40 yard, but never did find the right
I was consistantly shooting Bowmaster, 85 to 99, no matter the type
of the bow. I never believed in master one type of firearm, same
with the bow. Funny though, once you get in the mind frame, it does
not matter what type of bow, or arrow, what spine what (even if not
matched to bow), or what release method you shoot. You will be
consistant in your scores.
--- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, "Cyan of Storvik" <terry@f...>
> Most hearty congratulations Cain. VIVAT!
> What kind of bow were you using? Traditional, Modern recurve or
> -Cyan of Storvik