- MtLion <MtLion@...> wrote, "On the non-feather thread question, one comment I have yet to see, is that paper was a very expensive product. Thusly I can see it as a rarity, and not likely that paper/vellum/papyrus fletching would be unlikely for arrows or bolts."
and in response, Ayllyth a'Píobaire wrote, "However, i have read passing reference to the practise of lifting clan libraries during cattle-raids for the purpose of using the books for fletching."
Glueing three books on the end of an arrow would make it rather back heavy, wouldn't it? Also, did they glue them on spine out, or spine towards the arrow.?
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- --- Evian Blackthorn <theweb@...> wrote:
> Glueing three books on the end of an arrow wouldOooh, ooohh! i *knew* when i clicked send that there
> make it rather back heavy, wouldn't it? Also, did
> they glue them on spine out, or spine towards the
was something there that hadn't sounded right!
<jumping up and down> Ooooooooo!
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