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Re: [SCA-Archery] Getting started and moving forward....

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  • James W. Pratt, Jr.
    Finger tab or glove is nice but an arm guard is manditory(make that a self correcting problem). You will need one that covers down the wrist more than most.
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 1, 2006
      Finger tab or glove is nice but an arm guard is manditory(make that a self
      correcting problem). You will need one that covers down the wrist more than
      most. Long bows have a tendence to snap you at the wrist more than a
      recurve.

      James Cunningham
      > What else do I need? An arm guard comes to mind but I have not had
      > much succes with a patern as of yet and don't care to buy a set of
      > patterns only for an arm guard. If anyone can refer me to a good
      > patern on the cheap it would be appreciated I have given thought to
      > finger tabs or a glove. Any insight as to which would be better?
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      > My next chore is another dozen arrows with self nocks. Then maybe
      > I'll try my hand at cresting. What else can I do to improve on basic
      > gear?
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