27563RE: [SCA-JML] Archery
- Jan 31, 2011While they are very well used kneeling, the design of the yumi was for use
on a horseback.
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Sent: Monday, January 31, 2011 11:24 AM
Subject: Re: [SCA-JML] Archery
FYI, there was a Japanese bow (with very long upper limb) for sale
last time we went to Arcs Élite... so it is possible to find some.
Kyudo bows amre made this way because they are meant to be used while
They also had much smaller bows to use while hunting, or at war, or
horseback riding, that are less prestigious but probably much cheaper
and easier to carry around; closer in shape and form to a Chinese or
For images you can check here
On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 11:17 AM, richard johnson
> i cannot tell you much about the Longbow as my knowledge of Kyu-do isvery,
> very limited.take
> They mainly used a longbow where the upper limb was much longer than the
> lower. This means that the upper long limb was thinner than the lower.
> Archery in Japan was very much like the tea ceremony.. a simple matter
> to the extreme until it became art!------------------------------------
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