Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.
Advanced Search
Author
Subject
Message
Special notice only

62 results from messages in SCA-Archery

Advanced Search
  • That's what I do, even just a good quality leather work glove from home depot is fine. Your shooting will probably never be quite as precise as off a shelf, the position of your hand will vary by a few mm, at best. - Brochfael On Mon, Feb 21, 2011 at 12:56 PM, Taslen < taslen2000@^$1 > wrote: From: Harry Billings < humble_archer@^$2 > To: SCA archery < sca-archery@^$3 > Sent: Mon...
    Ioldanach Feb 21, 2011
  • ...cant leave the equipment, and bales are a pain to move even once a week. Terrance atenveldt ----- Original Message ----- From: Ioldanach To: SCA-Archery@^$2 Sent: Tuesday, July 13, 2010 6:11 PM Subject: Re: [SCA-Archery] equipment I use adhesive spray to attach a...
    Ioldanach Jul 14, 2010
  • Heartily concur. Spray adhesive is very helpful. Without a cardboard backing, arrows tear much larger holes in the paper. On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 10:36 AM, Dan Stratton < agincort@^$1 > wrote: What ever else you do with your targets, we have found they last ten times longer glued to carboard - than used just as they are. ......... Ian Gourdon of Glen Awe Midrealm Forester - OP...
    Ioldanach Jul 14, 2010
  • Fetching Sponsored Content...
  • I use adhesive spray to attach a target face to a piece of scrap cardboard to stiffen it and then pin that to a stack of hay bales. I can repeat that a few times before the cardboard gets too worn out to do any good and needs to be replaced. The hay bales sit on a pallet and have a pair of clamp straps that hold them down and squish them tighter so we don't blow through the butt...
    Ioldanach Jul 13, 2010
  • I agree, when you get outside the 30-70# range you're entering custom territory. Whatever you want will likely have to be custom made for your needs. You'll have to either learn to do it yourself, or have it made for you. - Broch On Tue, Jul 13, 2010 at 8:31 AM, frode_kettilsson wrote: > I'd agree with that, maybe if you have a bowyer in your area who could assist, it might be...
    Ioldanach Jul 13, 2010
  • I think it far more likely that there's an inconsistency somewhere in terms. It may be that kingdoms which don't authorize their target archers are in some cases submitting the number of authorized archery marshals instead? On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 4:18 PM, Terrance Timmons < TerryT@^$1 > wrote: my claim on this was from the new peerage list, that listed AUTHORIZED people by type...
    Ioldanach Mar 12, 2010
  • D'oh, just re-read that and all of those are for 14 and younger, so he wouldn't qualify. Perhaps there's an appropriate award he could be recommended for. Maybe an AoA? On Wed, Aug 19, 2009 at 10:56 AM, Jeff Morton wrote: > Perhaps a Silver Alce or Sycamore would be appropriate? (I'm not sure if > target archery is considered 'peaceful' or 'martial'. > > http://youth.aethelmearc...
    Jeff Morton Aug 19, 2009
  • Perhaps a Silver Alce or Sycamore would be appropriate? (I'm not sure if target archery is considered 'peaceful' or 'martial'. http://youth.aethelmearc.net/kids/Children%20Awards.pdf On Wed, Aug 19, 2009 at 10:51 AM, J C Ronsen wrote: > Thank you, very much for the feedback. I wanted information before I shot > myself in the foot. He is the youngest in AEthelmearc and one of the...
    Jeff Morton Aug 19, 2009
  • In the US I believe it is illegal to trade/buy/sell migratory bird feathers and bird of prey feathers. If you got goose feathers from a farm, maybe you'd be ok, but not Canada goose feathers. I don't know if having an appropriate hunting license and harvesting the bird & feathers yourself would be an exception though. On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 5:10 PM, Eadric Anstapa wrote: > THL...
    Jeff Morton Jun 17, 2009
  • I have to say, my answer is the same. It is often more time consuming or expensive to locate equipment to fit certain niche users, and as unfortunate as that is, in some cases it is necessary to maintain the standards of the activity. On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 3:41 PM, John edgerton wrote: > > QUESTION: Should the SCA archery rules be changed to read shafting > > may be of non wood...
    Jeff Morton Jun 16, 2009