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  • just a side note to all the comments regarding pricing: I have my arrows made custom to my specs which are EXACT spine weight, length, tips, feather color, nock color (none of which are out of ordinary) and stained at a VERY reasonable price by one of the East Kingdoms finest archers... email me if you want the contact. My arrows are PERFECT (wish my shooting was as exact!), hand...
    storm71097@yahoo.com Oct 9, 2002
  • Ohhhh.. I am sure we will have lots of fun stuff to shoot at if people are bringing novelties to try but "organized novelty shoots" are going to be put in sunday afternoon-tuesday and anyone is welcome prior for sure! We do indeed have at least a single range (to my understanding) but Mistress Caitlin will also be closing down assorted ranges as needed (clout being one) for certain...
    storm71097 Jul 25, 2002
  • I wrote a long message that seemed to hemmorage enroute so short version: Last call for awards and/or novelty shoots at Pennsic... if you plan to get range time, we are having a meeting at 10AM Sunday of War Week at the marshalls tent... we will set up a schedule then and post it by midday Sunday for Monday and Tuesday... Secondly, we will be raffling off the right to order a...
    storm71097@yahoo.com Jul 25, 2002
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  • Strange as it sounds and combined with the tongue in cheek of Ragnar's wit, my capable yeoman researcher did several months ago uncover several examples of archery tournament artwork which depicted, if I recall, 4 arrows per archer. I wonder if there truly was a 6 arrow standard and can readily picture using the toes to hold 4 arrows.. hmmm Tobyn "Do not meddle in the affairs of...
    storm71097@yahoo.com Jul 2, 2002
  • Hey all.. obviously totally off-topic and I would ask no one reply to this mail until Macsen can handle it.. thanks Tobyn (the email overwhelmed)
    storm71097 Jun 20, 2002
  • Some documented information compiled through research by my highly-capable yeoman "wryhta" (Saxon scribe) which some may find "enlightening". READING 1 "The Compleat Gamester: or, Instructions How to play at Billiards, Trucks, Bowls, and Chess. Together with all manner of usual and most Gentile Games either on Cards, or Dice. To which is Added, The Arts and Mysteries of Riding...
    storm71097@yahoo.com Jun 17, 2002
  • "I wonder if the Siege Engine people snipe at each other, as well. -Caedmon" I would assume a Siege Engine sniper would be somewhat ineffective... A ballista or catapult is hardly the weapon of a sniper (it would however give a whole new insight into possibilities for "Who shot President Kennedy") Plus without the lack of the "Gold-Medal Olympic Catapultists" or the "Moose-Hunters...
    storm71097@yahoo.com May 29, 2002
  • "I prefer the method he gives in the appendix on page 265 under "how to shoot". The method on 226 and following is best for known distances such as a York or the IKAC. But, the instinctive is a better method for all around shooting and particularly unknown distances. IMHO" But why is it better? (Don't mean to sound snide.. that is basically the crux of my question.) :-) "Do not...
    storm71097@yahoo.com May 24, 2002
  • 1st.. sorry for the empty post.. I must have lost the text of the message... But I do have a question for all archers who have read the specific passages from p. 226 of the 1879 book Witchery of Archery... this interesting chapter details what is, by the author, THE way to target shoot verses the rest of the book he says is dedicated to roving overall archery... Could anyone with...
    storm71097@yahoo.com May 24, 2002
  • "Do not meddle in the affairs of Dragons for they are subtle and quick to anger." --------------------------------- Do You Yahoo!? LAUNCH - Your Yahoo! Music Experience [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    storm71097@yahoo.com May 24, 2002