[Ansteorra-archery] Other fun stuff

David Ruff davidsbox01 at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 1 17:23:12 PDT 2005

I would have guessed that to be the case. I have not seen it written anywhere but i imagine its like the "rules" allowed shooting in any postion - but sitting and kneeling isn't allowed. Altho - changing bows i can honestly see a REAL advantage in that. Especially for those that roll there own. 
Have to understand - i build about 5 to 10 of these things a month - there are ones that catch my eye, combos that are insane etc... 
To be silly tho - i can't imagine our forefathers actually made things to make the task at hand easier and more precise. Thats just out of the box thinking hehehehehe. <--- being silly.... :)

Harry Bilings <humble_archer at hotmail.com> wrote:
I have not read the "rules" lately but I doubt that you can change "bow/crossbows" in the middle of a round. I know that I would not allow it.
humble archer 
Ravens Fort Ansteorra

Just tested a fiberglass composite prod that i made..... Has 13" powerstroke with a 3" brace. 16 total inches from back of prod to teeth. 
Wanna talk about some SPEED coming off the tiller.... MAN!!!!!!! blows my 121lb competition bow out of the water. 
Is pulling 130# at 13" draw, 3" brace and is 30" tip to tip.... 1690 in/lbs. Whats better is i have put a modern trigger system into the medieval stock complete with safety and auto catch teeth. No resetting the roller. This order was extremely weird, but the guy said trust him... i can see why.... This is one going out east heheh. It shoots flat and i mean FLAT out past 40 yards.
Makes me wonder what would happen if while shooting an open round royal in speed round a 50lb pull at 13" draw 3" brace -  using light bolts made for speed and flat shooting would do.... Cocking it one handed with the auto reset catch in it would be a dream. Building another trigger system to try that one out. As far as i can see there is no rules to changing bows mid royal round - one bow for flat out accuracy and range and another for pure speed. To fun.....

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