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Re: [SCA-Archery] Nocking points and arrow rests

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  • Karl Sandhoff
    I believe I have read about mid-eastern bows outfitted with small beads or bulges of serving used as nocking points in period. Not the brass crimp on s we use
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 24, 2000
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      I believe I have read about mid-eastern bows outfitted with small beads
      or bulges of serving used as nocking points in period. Not the brass
      crimp on's we use now but similar function.
      In service to the dream,
      Carolus von Eulenhorst

      On Sat, 24 Jun 2000 01:11:38 -0400 Elizabeth Pidgeon
      <ontis@...> writes:
      > There is no reliable evedence of arrow rests prior to the 19th
      >century on
      >european bows , a somple inocouis nocking point can be added by usong
      >a
      >different color serving thread .
      >Karl
      >Message text written by INTERNET:SCA-Archery@egroups.com
      >>
      >Pretty simple questions,what are period for the 14th century in
      >nocking points, and arrow rests? And is there documentation for
      >this? Just asking as I am used to more modern archery equipment, and
      >the thought of not having nocking points is frustrating
      >
      >Simon Hondy
      >scholari@...
      >http://www.chameleon.net/scholari/sca
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