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Re: [SCA-Archery] bow string

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  • Chad and Erin Wilson
    ... I should also mention that it was James Cunningham who kindly walked me through the entire process. -Caedmon
    Message 1 of 10 , Oct 7, 2001
      > I made my first bow string tonight! Not a flemish, but a 14-strand dacron
      > string. And the bow didn't break on first use, either.

      I should also mention that it was James Cunningham who kindly walked me through
      the entire process.

      -Caedmon
    • Hal B. Clark
      Way togo. Making that first string is always a bit of mystery isn t it. Also kudos to James Cunningham for taking the time to teach. Walk Tall Gentle Ben
      Message 2 of 10 , Oct 7, 2001
        Way togo. Making that first string is always a bit of mystery isn't it. Also
        kudos to James Cunningham for taking the time to teach.
        Walk Tall
        Gentle Ben

        Chad and Erin Wilson wrote:

        > > I made my first bow string tonight! Not a flemish, but a 14-strand dacron
        > > string. And the bow didn't break on first use, either.
        >
        > I should also mention that it was James Cunningham who kindly walked me through
        > the entire process.
        >
        > -Caedmon
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      • Chad and Erin Wilson
        ... A mystery, yes, and much patience. After having done one now, it doesn t seem so hard. -Caedmon
        Message 3 of 10 , Oct 7, 2001
          > Way togo. Making that first string is always a bit of mystery isn't it. Also
          > kudos to James Cunningham for taking the time to teach.
          > Walk Tall
          > Gentle Ben

          A mystery, yes, and much patience. After having done one now, it doesn't seem
          so hard.

          -Caedmon
        • TCB
          Are there any merchants at Pennsic that sell bow strings or should I try to find a way to replace mine BEFORE I go out to war. And if there are any does anyone
          Message 4 of 10 , Jul 28, 2004
            Are there any merchants at Pennsic that sell bow strings or should I
            try to find a way to replace mine BEFORE I go out to war.
            And if there are any does anyone know where I might find them and how
            much I can exspect to spend.

            Thanks,
            Veronica
          • saintelmo.1@comcast.net
            There are at least 3 merchants that I know of at Pennsic that can make you a string, King Slayer is who I have used in the past and I have never had any
            Message 5 of 10 , Jul 28, 2004
              There are at least 3 merchants that I know of at Pennsic that can make you a string, King Slayer is who I have used in the past and I have never had any problems with their stuff.
              THL Demetrious the Undecided

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              > Are there any merchants at Pennsic that sell bow strings or should I
              > try to find a way to replace mine BEFORE I go out to war.
              > And if there are any does anyone know where I might find them and how
              > much I can exspect to spend.
              >
              > Thanks,
              > Veronica
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            • RJ Bachner
              I can make bow strings for ya and mail em too ya asap. I take paypal and their 10 bucks a peice. plus shipping which is 5 bucks. RJ Bachner Brokenaxe Archery
              Message 6 of 10 , Jul 28, 2004
                I can make bow strings for ya and mail em too ya asap. I take paypal and their 10 bucks a peice.
                plus shipping which is 5 bucks.

                RJ Bachner
                Brokenaxe Archery
                7451 St Jacques west #2
                Montreal Quebec Canada
                H4B 1W7

                514-481-9116 between 9am and 9pm est.
                www.shoppe.brokenaxe.ca

                ragi@...



                On Wed, 28 Jul 2004 14:58:53 -0000, you, with reckless abandon, wrote:

                >Are there any merchants at Pennsic that sell bow strings or should I
                >try to find a way to replace mine BEFORE I go out to war.
                >And if there are any does anyone know where I might find them and how
                >much I can exspect to spend.
                >
                >Thanks,
                >Veronica
                >
                >
                >
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              • Cian of Storvik
                10 bucks! That s a lot of doe! (read deer). Actually, I can t pass up a price like that. I think I ll have to order atleast one from you. -Cian of Storvik (Bad
                Message 7 of 10 , Jul 28, 2004
                  10 bucks! That's a lot of doe! (read deer).

                  Actually, I can't pass up a price like that. I think I'll have to
                  order atleast one from you.
                  -Cian of Storvik (Bad puns a plenty).
                • RJ Bachner
                  ... Groan ok for that I just put my price up. :) nope pre pensic special. all year all time till the costs go up. 10 bucks us a peice, 15 us for the tillering
                  Message 8 of 10 , Jul 28, 2004
                    On Wed, 28 Jul 2004 16:07:32 -0000, you, with reckless abandon, wrote:

                    >10 bucks! That's a lot of doe! (read deer).
                    >
                    >Actually, I can't pass up a price like that. I think I'll have to
                    >order atleast one from you.
                    >-Cian of Storvik (Bad puns a plenty).

                    Groan ok for that I just put my price up. :) nope pre pensic special. all year all time till the
                    costs go up. 10 bucks us a peice, 15 us for the tillering strings and 20 us for linen strings.

                    Just discovered I had linen left so hey want some?

                    RJ Bachner
                    Brokenaxe Archery
                    7451 St Jacques west #2
                    Montreal Quebec Canada
                    H4B 1W7

                    514-481-9116 between 9am and 9pm est.
                    www.shoppe.brokenaxe.ca

                    ragi@...
                  • John edgerton
                    Buy your new string now and practice with it. This will give it time to do whatever stretching it is going to do. When you start shooting with a new, and
                    Message 9 of 10 , Jul 28, 2004
                      Buy your new string now and practice with it. This will give it time
                      to do whatever stretching it is going to do. When you start shooting
                      with a new, and unstretched string your tuning will change.

                      Jon

                      On Wednesday, July 28, 2004, at 07:58 AM, TCB wrote:

                      > Are there any merchants at Pennsic that sell bow strings or should I
                      > try to find a way to replace mine BEFORE I go out to war.
                      > And if there are any does anyone know where I might find them and how
                      > much I can exspect to spend.
                      >
                      > Thanks,
                      > Veronica
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