Re: [SCA-Archery] Re: Are wheeled rest SCA legal?
- Is it possible to put a piece of leather on the shelf so she can shoot off the shelf? I know a lot of manufacturers round out the shelf because they assume people will use a rest but it is possible to "make" a more squared off shelf by using a couple of pieces of leather. It's a thought. As for the rules they should be under "Policies of the Captain General". Look under the officer, I'm not really sure of the link.
----- Original Message -----
From: Hobbe <clanyoungvp@...>
Date: Thursday, October 19, 2006 2:28 pm
Subject: [SCA-Archery] Re: Are wheeled rest SCA legal?
> I appreciate the information.
> I think I should mention that I am looking for alternatives to my
> daughters recurve. The cheap plastic rest that came with the bow
> her trouble and needs to be replaced with something better. We do
> to follow SCA rules.
> Are there any other rule sets available beyond;
> http://www.eastkingdom.org/Law/archery.html ?
> --- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, ice tiger <ice.tiger@...> wrote:
> > As far as I know you aren't allowed to have any kind of rest
> attaches to the bow by screwing it through the riser. Simple glue
> plastic rests (not flipper rests) or shooting off the bow shelf is
> is acceptable. I know it's in the East Kingdom rules.
> > Dalton
- I would happily have her shoot off the shelf. The problem was that
the rest on the recurve has a significant curve to it. The wheeled
rest I saw would have fit perfectly into it.
I have installed a stick-on rubber shelf which is significantly
better than the cheap plastic one that the bow came with.
Once again, thanks to everyone for the advice.
--- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, Nest verch Tangwistel
>through the riser that does not use the outlawed plunger button. As
> This is the first instance where I have seen a rest which screws
the rules stand there is no reason this rest cannot be used. It
appears to be legal in the letter of the law. The laws have to be
updated periodically as new equipment is invented. The part about the
bristle rest is new for instance.
>an unfair advantage over someone who is using a simple glue on hook
> Now is it legal in the spirit of the law? Does it give the user
rest? That is the real question. We are trying to promote medieval
style shooting. This is not really a very period method to help your
daughter. Maybe just letting her work through the problems with the
simple stick on rest, or better yet as someone said remove it
competely and shoot off the shelf. I think it is easier in the timed
ends anyway. The more you have to mess with keeping the arrow on a
small rest the harder it is to get a quick and smooth load, draw and
> If it showed up at my range I would qently recommend its removal.