Re: Archery Company Guidelines
- My Lord,
I would very much like to know what you included as an attachment but my
email doesn't accept them.
Carolus von Eulenhorst
On Wed, 22 Sep 1999 08:59:17 -0700 Chris Nogy <cnogy@...>
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>Pistol grip crossbows are period....
>> From: Siegfried Sebastian Faust <eliwhite@...>, on
>> From: Siegfried Sebastian Faust <eliwhite@...>
>> Ok, my thoughts as they were ...
>> Exceptable stuff:
>> >All archery bows/crossbows that look like a period bow. eg. self
>> >bows, composite (laminated) long bows, mongol reflex's (I think
>> >are period) _____ (insert example of a common crossbow here) etc.
>> Looks good, but you might want to add that 10' in there: "All
>> bows/crossbows that look like a period bow from 10'"
>> This covers the exceptions of people with fiberglass bows that are
>> in leather ... but immediately knocks out the takedown recurves,
>> grip crossbows and such ...
>> >eg. wooden
>> >shafted arrows with feather fletching
>> Good ...
>> >, a self nock (or a plastic one not
>> >visible from 10 ft.)
>> Well, PERSONALLY (everyone feel free to argue here), I think that
>> should possibly allow (specifically) for solid black or brown
>> ... they arn't noticible (to myself at least), and I know alot of
>> who don't like shooting with self-nocks ... yet own some ...
>> why not?
>> Because they get chewed up too easily ... the plastic nocks will
>> nick from an arrow and just move out of the way ... the self nocks
>> destroyed by an arrow hit and then the arrow is ruined ...
>> > and a period looking SCA safe point. (Any examples
>> >of one? Or something to say about points the ten foot rule pretty
>> >says that all would work unless they were bright pink or
>> In general I think that modern field & target points should be
>> just because they are convenient, and don't tooooo out-of-period -
>> that's what marshals are used to be seeing, and what targets are
>> designed for.
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