[Namron] Arrows and every...Chupacabra!
valstarr_hawkwind at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 5 22:17:09 PDT 2007
How about working that into an event idea, for a
--- Lord Pooky <lord_pooky at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Good and Right Noble Baron Wylfred,
> Indeed some plan to build a Stronghold of some sort
> with all forms of armament MUST be implemented
> immediately!!! (In my humble Pooky-opinion).
> Not only to make matters of lawlessness a thing of
> our past but also to fend off the rampant invasion
> of vermin for which you might have just found on the
> precipice of our Northern Ansteorraian borders; the
> dreaded vampirical Chupacabra!
> I am completely grateful you are spearheading
> (another useful device)
> the effort to keep all of Northern Ansteorra safe!
> Bless You Baron Wylfred! Bless You!
> Your newest best friend,
> Date: Wed, 5 Sep 2007 20:50:03 -0700From:
> bonz6x at yahoo.comTo:
> namron at lists.ansteorra.orgSubject: Re: [Namron]
> 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!
> WylfredUlf Gunnarsson <ulfie at cox.net> wrote:
> At populace meeting, I mentioned an estimate for
> arrow making. Depndingon the source, it will cost
> between $350-$400 for all the parts to make100 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 meknow.
> Keep in mind that you should make at least one
> dozen.Oh, and the shafts are the standard 31+
> inches. If someone wants, thereare sources for Fir
> and Spruce at that length, and for Poplar at
> 34".Master UlfNamron Archery
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