Robert Toxophilus of Werchesope, Archery Marshal

Shire of Panther Vale, East Kingdom, SCA


Although I'm relatively new to the Society for Creative Anachronism, I have been involved with Archery for more years than I care to remember. I got my first bow as a Christmas present.  It was a hickory Stemmler bow that had been advertised in the Boy Scout magazine Boy's Life.  When I opened the package a booklet fell out.  It was a copy of:
 
 
If you would like to see an online copy.
 
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Unfortunately, this online  version is missing Plate 3 and the dimension tables for a lemonwood long bow  And Plate 7 has been moved to a different section.
THE ESSENTIALS OF
A R C H E R Y
 
 
 
ORIGINAL PRINTING - 1942
 
 
 
HOW TO USE AND MAKE
BOWS AND ARROWS
 
by
L.E.STEMMLER
MANORVILLE, L.I., N.Y.
 
 And when I started to leaf through it, I immediately came across a quote from Maurice Thompson,
one of the Founders of the National Archery Association.  It has stayed with me ever since.


The Moon and Archery

I loved the Medieval Archer then and still do.

Activities

 

 

 

Teaching... Always Teaching 

 

 

 

Newport 1976SCA Demo, Newport, R.I. 1976 (A.S. 11) Instructing at Panteria XIPanteria XI - 2008 (A.S. 43)

 Equipment Designs

 

Advancing Warrior

 

 

Archery_Net_Frame

 

Advancing Warrior

Archery Net

 

Panher Vale Arrow Caddy

Wooden Tricuspidate Gemini Rings

 

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