Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Videos and pictures

 The bow is here. I am trying to negotiate the time to wrote a longer piece on the bow but have been swamped over the summer, which is traditionally my busier time. It's nice to be busy!






5 comments:

  1. very nice bow , can u tell me bit more of bow , and where u got from ...as i do border reivers re-enactment i plan on adding bow , so looking for a scottish bow that could use and also planing on making soft kit of galloglass warrior for my self so would like bow to go with that as well ......... yours thomas kerr .........p.s i enjoy ur blog very much so keep up good work

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    1. Hi Thomas,
      thank you very much for your kind words. What else would you like to know about the bow? I commissioned it from a bowyer based in Northern England. I am not sure if this type of bow was used in the borders though I know they did use bows. I can pass on the bowyer's details if you would like.

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  2. thanks for reply that would be very nice of you for details of bowers ........as for bow its self its type bow and the weight of it ,as for bows in borders i dont think be two different from rest of scotland ,. the video i enjoyed ,.............i order my material so soon be making soft kit for march 2015 as thats be my first event of 2015..yours thomas

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    1. It is a self recurve pulling about #55. I can really comment about the borders but a bow may well be costly so I would do some research before committing. Good luck for 2015 contact details coming soon.

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    2. Bowyer's details
      pikeheadhubris at yahoo dot co dot uk

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