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Re: [SCA-Archery] extra-SCA shooting (was "New")

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  • Karl Sandhoff
    I have been a life member of the NAA for many years and every time I join my mundane compatriots they are amazed by the dedication and skill of the SCA archers
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 30, 2000
      I have been a life member of the NAA for many years and every time I join
      my mundane compatriots they are amazed by the dedication and skill of the
      SCA archers as a whole. We do tend to make a good impression.
      In service to the dream,
      Carolus von Eulenhorst

      On Wed, 29 Nov 2000 21:28:55 -0500 Susan Kell <skell@...>
      >Hi Tangwystl -
      >It was a delight to meet Tanya at the Bay State Games & to shoot with
      >Tangwystl at the Bay State Indoor. I look forward to being on the
      >with either of you many times in the future. Keep up the good work!
      >Hi all -
      >We're very lucky in my area to have an active SCAdian who owns an
      >shop & indoor range; he is also a VP on the National Archery
      >the governing body for U.S. Olympic Archery. Duncan Stewart (mka
      >Bellettini of Archery USA in Dedham MA) has instituted SCA-friendly
      >divisions & permitted our garb in the dress code. This results in
      >opportunities for us to play at this game we all love, and to practice
      >tuning-out the distractions of being in "demo mode" when we are trying
      >perform well. How can we spread such favorable circumstances to other
      >parts of the country, or beyond? By joining those other
      > Wouldn't you love to see a "traditional" division in Olympic archery?
      > I
      >would. Won't happen unless *we* get involved and let those in charge
      >there is interest... Did you know there's a traditional division at
      >annual NAA Outdoor Nationals? They even hold a clout shoot for modern
      >traditional longbow shooters! I hope to get there sometime in the
      >couple of years.
      >I urge you all to join the mundane organizations that promote our
      >-- Mistress Ygraine of Kellswood
      >(mka Susan Kell, who is member of the National Archery Association,
      >the Bay
      >State Archers, and the Women's Shooting Sports Foundation, and a life
      >member of the National Rifle Association)
      >On Monday, November 27, 2000 3:32 PM, Tanya Sanders
      >[SMTP:Tanya_Sanders@...] wrote:
      >> >As has been mentioned on this lst previously, there is a group
      >from the
      >> >SCA that competes annually in a Massachusettes state-wide
      >> >it seems that our medieval friends have faired very well against
      >> >"hot names" in the mundane world.
      >> Greetings all,
      >> I have just recently joined the SCA. For years I shot the
      >> type of bow. I entered many competitions, including nationals,
      >where I
      >> passingly well, but something was missing. At one of those
      >> state wide shoots (Bay State Games to be exact)as I stood there in
      >> boring white shirt and navy blue pants, I looked down the line and
      >saw a
      >> group of people dressed in medieval clothing shooting long bows and
      >> crossbows. Right then I realized that is what I wanted to do. I
      >> since gotten an English Long Bow and discovered the joy of shooting
      >> older style. (snip)
      >Thank you one and all for being there and welcoming me to your ranks.
      >> Tangwystl de Gwendraeth
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