Re: [SCA-Archery] Vögelschützen Crossbow Comp etition
>Moving away from FITA targets may be a good thing, but whatever replaces it
will have to be easy to reproduce accurately if it is to be used
widely. Also, if you want to shoot at ranges longer than 40 yards, you
will have to hope the marshals who set up have a spare butt. My guess is
the more changes required to a standard range to shoot the competition, the
less likely people will be able to participate. Your best bet is to create
a shoot and see how it goes. Then tweak it if necessary to get better
>Jim Koch (Gladius The Alchemist)
> At 03:07 PM 4/26/2006, you wrote:
>"If you go with longer range, or with any sort of non-standard target,
>you will really limit the number of people who will bother to shoot."
>I disagree. I believe that moving away from the FITA targets is a
>good thing for our target ranges. Wreathes, stumps, birds, whatever.
>I believe that our archery ranges can become even more exciting places
>to be with more inspired shooting if we just exercise a little bit of
>creativity. I like the idea of a standardized ranking contest like
>the RR, but I would like to see it move to using targets that are more
>period, yes, challenge our skill in a consistent way.
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