Archery Talk Forum banner

history

  1. Resources for traditional and vintage archery

    Traditional Archery
    Here are some great resources for traditional and vintage archery enthusiasts: TraditionalArchery.Net, VintageArchery.Org, and ArcheryHistory.Org, which is a consolidated website dedicated to preserving and disseminating information about traditional archery specifically, and the great sport of...
  2. Great Resource for Traditional and Vintage Archery Enthusiasts

    Traditional Archery
    I ran across TraditionalArchery.Net, VintageArchery.Org, and ArcheryHistory.Org, which is a consolidated website dedicated to preserving and disseminating information about traditional archery specifically, and the great sport of archery generally, with a special focus on the Golden Age of...
  3. TraditionalArchery.Net

    Traditional Archery
    TraditionalArchery.Net, VintageArchery.Org, and ArcheryHistory.Org is a consolidated website dedicated to preserving and disseminating information about traditional archery specifically, and the great sport of archery generally, with a special focus on the Golden Age of Archery.
  4. TraditionalArchery.Net; VintageArchery.Org

    General Archery Discussion
    TraditionalArchery.Net, VintageArchery.Org, and ArcheryHistory.Org is a consolidated website dedicated to preserving and disseminating information about traditional archery specifically, and the great sport of archery generally, with a special focus on the Golden Age of Archery.
  5. Archery Doctoral Dissertation

    General Archery Discussion
    Good evening everyone. Over the past few years I have been working on a doctoral program in Classics at the University of South Africa. The main focus of my work has been on the composite bow. After a great deal of effort I can now say that the dissertation (Origins and Comparative Advantage of...
  6. Greetings from Atlanta!

    WELCOME! New User Forum
    Greetings, Name's Caleb, I'm from Atlanta, Georgia. Someone referred me here and I like what I see already. I do have some questions about a bow that I have stumbled upon. It says Indian Shikari on it, and has the original seal. Wondered where the best place to post some pictures and questions...
  7. Arrow Footings

    Traditional Archery
    Hey all! Very recently became interested in fletching and the like, and I'm curious about footing. Excuse me if my terminology isn't up to snuff, as I have very little experience in the field. I've been doing some poking around and have seen that aside from just looking pretty, footings can add...
  8. List of newsletters? Anyone review books for publications?

    F.I.T.A, N.A.A., Collegiate Archery, And J.O.A.D.
    I have a book which I've just gotten reprinted (Traditional Archery from Six Continents: The Charles E. Grayson Collection (listed on Amazon here: http://www.amazon.com/Traditional-Archery-Six-Continents-Collection/dp/0826217516 )) --- does anyone have suggestions / thoughts on where I could...
  9. Hello from SWFL :)

    WELCOME! New User Forum
    I've been interested in Archery for most of my life but just recently acquired a longbow, which should go well with one of my other interests... the Victorian era. I hope everyone is having a peaceful Monday so far, if that is possible, lol. I'm happy to be here and looking forward to meeting...
  10. The Happy Variation in American Recurve Profiles

    General Archery Discussion
    I have just strung my son's Christmas present, a used Damon Howatt Mamba in in pristine shape, string down with it's belly up on the couch beside my Bear Kodiak Magnum and my Black Widow KBX, all three side by side, in order to compare the variation of their shapes. What astounds me, in a very...
  11. Trying to find information about Dad's old bow...

    History Talk
    My father passed away and I have his old compound bow, which I will ultimately leave to my son. I just want to know more about it. I know he got it prior to at least 1977. It looks like the serial number is written by hand and laminated over. The s/n is V-#### The words "Under Allens Pat#...
  12. Yesterday VS Today

    General Archery Discussion
    There have been MANY new technologies and designs in bows since 5,10,15 years ago. Lets talk about the big ones and what effect they have on today's bows. What has made today's bows so quiet? What has made today's bows so smooth? What has made today's bows so light? What has made today's bows...
Top