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Furthermore, most archers who are fixated on modern archery show little interest in learning anything about the archery of old. To such people, “traditional” archery gear means a willow-limb bow and a cotton string. Not long ago I visited a photo lab in Anchorage, Alaska to pick up some color prints of my archery hunting clients. One of the photos showed a great bull moose one of my hunters had killed with a recurved bow. The moose had an antler spread of 67-inches and had weighed approximately 1600 pounds on the hoof.
Morale of the Persian army was at an all-time low. C. revealed a relatively small band of a thousand Scythian horsemen on a grassy hill two miles from the main Persian force. The Scythian horse-bowmen paused for a moment atop the hill and then charged directly down toward the great Persian host. The thunder of their approaching hoofbeats was instantly matched by a clamor from the Persian infantrymen as they realized they were being attacked by this puny force. The clamor became a roar as thousands of foot soldiers uttered battle cries as they hastily grabbed lances and swords and prepared to do battle.
Making traditional bows and arrows isn’t easy either. But both making traditional gear and becoming proficient with it are well within the reach of an individual who is truly dedicated to archery. And the results are well worth the effort! My own experience in archery, which now has spanned close to 30 years, has come around full-circle. I started out in the mid-1960’s by making self wood bows of Pacific yew and Osage orange and then graduated to laminated longbows of yew and fiberglass. After that I began building heavy-handled laminated recurved bows of maple and fiberglass and experimented with such things as overdraw systems and even bow sights.