bonz6x at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 5 20:50:03 PDT 2007
Considering, I just had a large (probably 125-150 pound) tan feline cruise within "yards" of me and my dogs about 30 minutes ago (whilst they watered the lawn), it made the "baby cry", followed by that low growl... Hummm... big cat, ... I am thinking I would like to order some 12 guage, express 3-1/2 inch long arrows... and the "crossbow" that launches them... argh! What might be the excise tax on that be my dear Master Ulf??? (grins!!!)
(I am laffing)... but only because it chases the heartrate down a few beats... IF ya know what I mean
Boonies be interesting!
Ulf Gunnarsson <ulfie at cox.net> wrote:
At populace meeting, I mentioned an estimate for arrow making. Depnding
on the source, it will cost between $350-$400 for all the parts to make
100 cedar arrows. Yes, costs have definitely gone up. Apparently,
archery equipment is subject to an 11% Federal Excise Tax except shafts.
Those have a flat $0.39 excise tax applied.
If anyone is interested in going in with me on a purchase, please let me
know. Keep in mind that you should make at least one dozen.
Oh, and the shafts are the standard 31+ inches. If someone wants, there
are sources for Fir and Spruce at that length, and for Poplar at 34".
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