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  • ...arrows in your quiver with which to complain. I just sent my comments on the subject in. Jonathas On Tue, Feb 3, 2015 at 9:14 AM, Doug Copley doug.copley@^$4 [SCA-Archery] < SCA-Archery@^$5 > wrote: A large problem with what happened is you had Rapier, TW, Siege, Equestrian...
    Doug Copley Feb 3
  • A large problem with what happened is you had Rapier, TW, Siege, Equestrian, and Archery all working together and all pushing for one or more peerages. They have now taken Rapier and given them a peerage so now we will have fewer people talking about a peerage because they already got their's. The path that they have taken will make it harder for Archery and will make it even worse...
    Doug Copley Feb 3
  • ...regular shooters and throwers Tighearna Kirby Cambel Incipient Shire of Pilgrims Fount -------- Original message -------- From: "Doug Copley doug.copley@^$3 [SCA-Archery]" < SCA-Archery@^$4 > Date:11/06/2014 4:13 PM (GMT-06:00) To: SCA-Archery@^$5 Cc: Subject: Re: [SCA...
    Doug Copley Nov 6, 2014
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  • In Ansteorra the authorizations are for the Marshals, no authorization is required for particpation. It is treated as any other marshalett authroization. Vincenti Ansteorra On Thu, Nov 6, 2014 at 4:04 PM, Frank Schalles francisschalles@^$1 [SCA-Archery] < SCA-Archery@^$2 > wrote: The Kingdom of Ansteorra has authorizations. And they work well, :-) Ld. Francois de Lions, Keeper of...
    Doug Copley Nov 6, 2014
  • Not all areas are the same. Our Baronial Archery Practice has 20 to 30 and sometimes more. Our Baronial Championship has had about 40 Adults with 20 more for kids. The Chivalric Championship gets 25 or 30. So we consistently have more Archers than we do fighters. And our entire region is the same way. Vincenti Ansteorra On Thu, Sep 25, 2014 at 2:03 PM, Robert Sandusky rdsandusky...
    Doug Copley Sep 25, 2014
  • Combat Archery is Safe? No. Sorry, I will have to disagree on this. As to the definition, I believe that it is incomplete. This is a definition from a dictionary that is not addressing what we do in the SCA. Target Archery and Thrown Weapons are safe, mostly. I have seen arrows explode and spears bounce and come back and things happen. People get bruises and can hurt shoulders. But...
    Doug Copley Mar 24, 2014
  • One thing we do in this region is tell people that are new to archery to not buy a bow without one of the more experienced people helping them out. Vincenti On Fri, Nov 1, 2013 at 1:12 PM, Sean Powell < sean14powell@^$1 > wrote: I'd chalk that one up to "Everyone Knows" again. I can see the wood grain through what appears to be clear epoxy. The website talks about laminated Red Elm...
    Doug Copley Nov 1, 2013
  • ...steep. The other point is that accumulating $1200 to start is much harder than accumulating $800. Gryffyd To: SCA-Archery@^$2 From: doug.copley@^$3 Date: Fri, 1 Nov 2013 10:52:01 -0500 Subject: [SCA-Archery] Period / non-period Costs Starting a new thread - only to discuss...
    Doug Copley Nov 1, 2013
  • There have been several instances recently of people getting upset by responses, comments, ideas. We should all try to remember that the vast majority (if not all) of the people on this list are here because they want archery to grow, they want to see it get bigger, and they want to see improvements. The problem is that messages are written, and read, before a morning cup of coffee...
    Doug Copley Nov 1, 2013
  • Starting a new thread - only to discuss cost side of period versus non-period archery rules. IMO, I really hate to make cost a factor. A bow is period or it is not period. If someone wants to shoot a really long traditional Japanese bow that is fine. but if they say that is what I want but I do not want to spend the money for it. Well then, pick something else to shoot. Now if the...
    Doug Copley Nov 1, 2013