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  • With all this expensive gear, how do you keep them safe at events? I realize that in the SCA you can trust most people, but there are always those that you can't or shouldn't. I have an antique Bear Tartar from '69 that is not terribly expensive, but it is an exceptional bow, and I hate leaving it anywhere as it is my favorite. I don't like leaving it in a hot car, either. Any...
    radams555@yahoo.com Jul 24, 2001
  • Well, here are a few pictures from our first novelty shoot: http://www.antir.com/glyndwfn/ArcheryPix.html The rest of our archery page (still growing) is at: http://www.antir.com/glyndwfn/Archery.html I finally got the range marked out and got some pallets to place under the hay bales. I also found some decent targets, though I think I will back them with cardboard next time. I...
    radams555@yahoo.com Jul 13, 2001
  • So now all the thrift shop clerks will wonder what all these grown men are doing with Barney dolls, ET's and teletubbies, giggling to themselves as they leave the store ... LOL Isabetta > > Great idea!!! I saw a picture of this in a D&D magizine several > years (about 1985 I think) back and your ideas bring back some great > memories. I'll have to go to the Thrift stores to see if...
    radams555@yahoo.com May 11, 2001
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  • Then, there's always the infamous Barney doll sitting atop a hay bale to shoot at :-) Hey -- he could be considered a dragon, right? Isabetta
    radams555@yahoo.com May 11, 2001
  • I am the chronicler of my shire as well, so I will make sure I put it in the newsletter and on our website. I will be marshaled at an upcoming event, so I will post it after that. Right now, I am just having a select few of my closer friends come over to practice and try everything out. The seneschal knows about it, and I am well stocked with forms. I live out in the country of...
    radams555@yahoo.com May 3, 2001
  • I am surprised that the SCA doesn't have a standard written down like they do everything else. That was a good idea earlier about putting pallets under the straw -- I will do that. Does anyone here practice on private property? If so, what special things do you do to protect yourself from liability? I know that SCA members have signed a waiver releasing liability to themselves, but...
    radams555@yahoo.com May 2, 2001
  • Greetings, I am setting up a new target archery range for our shire. I have looked high and low and I can't seem to find information as to how high a target should be placed from the ground. Is there a standard? With so many people of varying heights practicing, I wasn't sure if there was a standard or not. Yis, Isabetta
    radams555@yahoo.com May 1, 2001