[Ansteorra-archery] Fw: [SCA-MissileCombat] wonderful news- update on APD approvals
gilli at seacove.net
Tue Jul 10 05:09:53 PDT 2001
Here's some good news. I'm sure there will be more.
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From: "TLW" <tessathehuntress at earthlink.net>
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Sent: Monday, July 09, 2001 10:42 PM
Subject: [SCA-MissileCombat] wonderful news- update on APD approvals
> I just had a meeting with THL Gwilym (Society Archer Marshal) tonight. He
> asked me to post this to the list and to please get the word out. We have
> Society approval on some APD's. These are the ones that have been
> Siloflex 100 psi and 160 psi for use on fiberglass arrows.
> These are approved with one of the following attachment methods:
> Siegfried's design (internal tab):
> Robert the Bald's design (routed channel):
> Lu-shan's design (external tab):
> You can use any of the three designs listed above, along with strapping
> to mount the APD's. If you want to use an adhesive along with one of the
> above designs and the strapping tape, you can. The top piece of the APD
> must be a minimum of 1". The cut of the APD from the bottom (or base)to
> top, from the plane of the arrow, is a maximum angle of 45%.
> Other designs and styles of APD's are still being tested and reviewed.
> is what has been approved so far. The Siloflex design will work on most
> target style crossbows. For other information on the APD issue and the
> progress of different APD's check out this site (the testing one):
> We should have some new updates any time now :)
> Please help me get the word out. We are still working on something for
> wooden shafts, but this is a first step. If anyone has designs and
> results for APD's that work on wooden shafts, please send them to the SAM,
> ASAP. Thank you.
> Tessa the Huntress
> (deputy to the Society Archer Marshal)
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