[Ansteorra-archery] Other fun stuff
eadric at scabrewer.com
Sat Jul 2 14:16:28 PDT 2005
Ok, so that would be equivalent to us in the SCA saying
"Upon the judgment of the archer in charge allowance may be made for
various disabilities. For example, visually impaired archers may have
someone tell them where their arrows strike the target. Archers in
wheelchairs may shoot while seated. Archers unable to cock their
crossbows may have someone cock it for them, etc."
Which is exactly what the IKAC rules say and the process that I have
alway seen applied across SCA target archery. If you are not physically
able to stand then you are welcome to shoot your crossbows while seated
in any tournaments where crossbows are allowed..
HL Eadric Anstapa
/eadric at scabrewer.com/ <mailto:eadric at scabrewer.com>
> HL. EADRIC , JUST AS AN ASIDE ,IN OKLAHOMA , YOU MAY USE A CROSSBOW
> ANY TIME AND PLACE FOR HUNTING THAT YOU WOULD LEGALLY USE A RECURVE OR
> LONGBOW, */_IF _/*YOU CARRY A NOTE FROM YOUR DOCTOR EXPLAINING WHY
> YOU CAN'T DRAW A REGULAR BOW ,EVER, AND A CURRENT HUNTING LIC.
> >Crossbow Usage
> Hunters who have a permanent disability to the extent that they
> cannot use a conventional longbow, as certified by a physician
> licensed to practice in Oklahoma or bordering state, may hunt with a
> crossbow. A person who qualifies to use a crossbow shall have in their
> possession while in the field written evidence of such certification
> signed by the physician.
> Crossbows may not be transported in a motorized vehicle unless
> uncocked or disassembled.
> Crossbow: Minimum draw weight of 100 pounds and equipped with
> safety devices. Leverage gaining devices are permitted.
> Bolts (arrows): Minimum of 14 inches in length and equipped with
> broadhead hunting type points not less than 7/8 inches wide.
> Illegal Devices: Laser sights.
> BE SAFE, BE HAPPY, HAVE FUN
> ARTHUR BLACKMOON
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