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Re: [SCA-Archery] New topic

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  • John Edgerton
    ... I believe it is similar to rovers, but at shorter distances. If I remember correctly, hoyle refers to small mounds of earth such as a mole-hill, etc. Jon
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      "James W. Pratt Jr." wrote:

      > In the book White Company mentioned three types of archery practices:
      > rovers, clout, and hoyles. What is hoyles and how is it shot? How old is
      > this type of archery practice?
      >
      > James Cunningham
      >

      I believe it is similar to rovers, but at shorter distances. If I remember
      correctly, "hoyle" refers to small mounds of earth such as a mole-hill, etc.

      Jon
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