[Namron] BLACK POWDER
Lord Duncan McNamara
doktorordo at gmail.com
Mon Dec 24 18:49:31 PST 2012
I and my crew are, as we always have been, naturally interested in this
subject... sadly however, both my research and my cannons went missing
during my time lost at sea.
On Dec 24, 2012 1:09 PM, "chris st. john" <baskhoan at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I would be interested.
> Christopher Hamilton
> * From: * JOHN <variglog at sbcglobal.net>;
> * To: * 'Barony of Namron Mailing List' <namron at lists.ansteorra.org>;
> * Subject: * [Namron] BLACK POWDER
> * Sent: * Sun, Dec 23, 2012 2:13:57 AM
> For about the past year and a half I have been researching the
> history and evolution of Black Powder/Gunpowder in Medieval and Renaissance
> Europe. This is a fascinating subject, yet one which seems to be
> overlooked by many SCA folks, perhaps because these amazing weapons are not
> replicated in combat reenactment.
> Now, is there enough interest amongst our Populace for an overview class
> in Gunpowder History and Technology, perhaps followed up with other classes
> on Period Firearms and Cannons? If so I can prepare and present a class
> sometime following the Medieval Fair. Please throw some feedback and let
> me know if you are interested.
> I think this will be a fun topic to share knowledge about.
> In Service
> Herr Wolfgang
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