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  • John edgerton
    Of interest to archers. Jon *************** ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 1, 2004
      Of interest to archers.

      Jon
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      > From: "Monroe" <monroe@...>
      > Date: Wed Dec 1, 2004 12:19:21 PM US/Pacific
      > To: "Monroe Luther" <EagleTexas@...>
      > Subject: Primitive Archer November Newsletter
      >
      > The�new�November�Newsletter�is now� posted�on our web
      > site�www.primitivearcher.com.�
      >
      > �
      >
      > The Blue Ribbon�feature article is-�Straightening Cane by Randal Jones
      > (Primitive Archer Magazine Vol. 4, Issue 4). Randal talks about how to
      > select cane for arrow shafts, cutting�and seasoning the stalks and
      > then heating the joints.This is a complete "how-to" with pictures on
      > heat straightening and finishing the arrow shaft.
      >
      > Each month Primitive Archer Magazine selectspremier blue ribbon
      > articlesfrom its back issues and publishes these in the Primitive
      > Archer Newsletter. They are selected based on their quality, unique
      > topic and general interest. These complete articles areall available
      > freeon www.primitivearcher.com to subscribers of the magazine or
      > newsletter. A brief review of the last�sixblue ribbon articlesfollows:
      >
      > Primitive Archer Newsletter May 2004 - Straight Handled Draw Knife by
      > Tom Rogers-
      >
      > "This is a wonderful tool for bow making. It does not give as much
      > leverage as the bent handled draw knife; however, it can be used by
      > pulling or pushing. A very handy advantage. The origin of the straight
      > handled draw knife, is probably in Sweden, where it is called,
      > �Spantkniv.� I�m sure the first craftsmen to arrive in this country
      > brought their spantknivs with them.
      >
      > (Primitive Archer Magazine Vol. 2,�Issue 6)
      >
      > Primitive Archer Newsletter June 2004 - Weight Matching Your Arrows by
      > David Murray�-
      >
      > Discusses the�importance of weight matching your arrows to your
      > shooting distance. The longer your shooting distance to the target,
      > the greater the vertical dispersion due to variations in arrow
      > weight.�He then shows us how to build a balance beam scale using coins
      > to weigh arrows. It's a great way to get the kids involved.
      >
      > (Primitive Archer Magazine Vol. 7, Issue 1)
      >
      > Primitive Archer Newsletter July 2004 - How To Build a Take- Down
      > Self- Bow by Brian J. Rose-
      >
      > Have you ever been in a situa�tion or on a hunt when you wished your
      > favorite self bow had the compactness and the ability to pack away
      > like one of those laminated takedown models? Well, now it is possi�ble
      > with this unique system which does not utilize any metal sleeves or
      > any moving parts.
      >
      > (Primitive Archer Magazine Vol. 6, Issue 4)
      >
      > Primitive Archer Newsletter August 2004 - Backing Bows by Tim Baker-
      >
      > A complete review of the various methods and materials used in backing
      > bows.(Primitive Archer Magazine Vol.�9, Issue�1)
      >
      > Primitive Archer Newsletter September 2004 - Drying Wood by Tim Baker
      >
      > In his article, Tim discusses temperature, moisture content and drying
      > time�of wood from staves to finished bows with�his usual in depth
      > analysis .
      >
      > (Primitive Archer Magazine Vol.�8, Issue�31).
      >
      > Primitive Archer Newsletter October 2004 - A Bowmaker's Tribute To The
      > English Elm by Hillary Greenland
      >
      > In her article, Hillary talks about the wonderful characteristics of
      > Elm wood in bowmaking and about the English Longbow.
      >
      > (Primitive Archer Magazine Vol.�8, Issue�3)
      >
      > To order back issues of Primitive Archer Magazine just go
      > to�www.primitivearcher.com and click on the Back Issue button. You can
      > click on each one to see the table of contents.
      >
      > �
      >
      > ����������Subscribers to theNewsletter�also havefree accessto�all
      > pastNewsletters.
      >
      > ���������� Subscribers to theNewsletterreceive itinstantly,without
      > shipping cost or delay.
      >
      > ���������� Subscribers to theNewsletteralso havefree accessto the
      > Primitive Archer message boards or forums.
      >
      > ���������� Subscribers to theNewsletteralso canparticipate in the Bow
      > of the Month Contest.
      >
      > Expert Advice Seven Days A Week Round the Clock!
      >
      > �
      >
      > If you would like to view or receive round the clock expert advice on
      > every aspect of bowbuilding, knapping, arrowsmithing and hunting
      > techniques, you can do so going to�the Primitive Archer subscriber
      > only message boards or forums. These are available free to the
      > subscribers ofPrimitive Archer Magazine�and also to the subscribers of
      > thePrimitive Archer Monthly�Newsletter.They operate seven days a week,
      > round the clock with experts and participants from all over the world.
      > You can get your questions answered or just "listen" in on others as
      > they get their expert�advice. You canalso�participate in the"Bow of
      > the Month" Contesteither by entering or voting on the various entries
      > or by just monitoring all the entries.
      >
      > �
      >
      > To subscribe to either the Primitive Archer Magazine or the Primitive
      > Archer Newsletter just go to the home page
      > of�www.primitivearcher.comand click the appropriate subscription
      > button. Primitive Archer Magazine is published five times a year and
      > mailed right to your home or office. Primitive Archer Newsletter is
      > published electronically each month and posted in the Subscribers Only
      > section(available to�subscribers of the magazine or the
      > newsletter)�of�the Primitive Archer Magazine web
      > site�www.primitivearcher.com.�
      >
      > �
      >
      > Due to shipping costs, subscription prices for the magazine vary by
      > the global�location of the subscriber while the subscription price of
      > the Newsletterlis one world price of $16/yr. no matter where you
      > live.�The Newsletter is posted on the website and therefore delivered
      > instantly,�free from shipping delays. Just go to
      > www.primitivearcher.com and click the Newsletter subscription button
      > on the Home Page.
      >
      > �
      >
      > Thank you for your business and for�your help in "passing it on to�the
      > next generation."
      >
      > �
      >
      > Monroe Luther
      >
      > Publisher
      >
      > �
      >
      > �
      >


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