Blunts at Gulf Wars (fwd)
caladin at mail.io.com
Mon Feb 10 07:25:59 PST 1997
Personally I'd like to find a source for the baldar blunts....
a email/phone w# would be preferred over a adress, but I'll take what I can
> - Thought you guys should see this:
>> > > It looks like Baldar Blunts are legal for Gulf War. (To wit: from
>> > the Gulf Wars web site under fighting conventions: under "Allowed: -
>> > ...All SCA approved combat arrows". From the Marshal of the
>> Society's Archery Deputy in an e-mail dated 2/3/97:
>> > Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 05:53:20 -0800 (PST)
>> > From: John Edgerton <sirjon at netcom.com>
>> > To: Michael Ely <mely at freenet.columbus.oh.us
>> > Subject: Re: marshals handbook
>> > The Baldars blunts are safe for use.
>> > Based on the results of the testing that has been sent to me, and the
>> > opinions of the testers, they pass our testing.
>> > I just got the test results from Atlantia yesterday.
>> > I would prefer to say that they pass our tests rather than we reconmend
>> > them. I do not think we should be reconmending any product, just saying
>> > that it is safe or not.
>> > Howerver, on a personal, non-offical, opinion I would recondmend them.
>> >snip on golf tubes/Atenveldt<
>> > Jon
>> > > On Mon, 3 Feb 1997, Michael Ely wrote:
>> > >
>> > > Jon,
>> > >I need a definate answer on the new combat points. You seem to be saying
>> > >they are okay for use, but I want to be sure.
>> > > Comar
>> For those of you who don't keep up with the Rialto, these are
>> a new type of manufactured combat arrow head being sold out of
>> Trimaris. From my research on the net, these look to be Very Nifty.
>> Thy are supposed to have the range of 3/4" blunts but are 1.5" in
>> diamater and aerodynamic. They are not as expensive as Thistle
>> Missiles but still run about two bucks apiece. I'm going to stock up
>> on some as "sniper rounds" for special shots, like white belts. They
>> are supposed to last much longer than home-builts, so I'll use them
>> for practice and therefore train my aim for the more uniform shots.
>> The address is asgard at fdt.net, but he says that the web page is
>> coming next week.
>> I'll keep you posted on this, Cyrus Major
> BTW - I've seen all this as well, and have 75 of 'em on their
>way to me & my lady.
>(the guy who had those little black egg-shaped bolt heads last Gulf War)
>(ritchie at freenet.tlh.fl.us)
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