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I was wondering if others have been having a problem accessing the site: http://www.stormthewalls.kicks-ass.net/Crossbows/crossbows.htm. A week ago it seemed to be working fine, now it intermittently works and some of the internal links to crossbow
Hey crossbow builders! I talked to Ivo last night about how modern and medieval crossbow info is getting all mixed up. So I threw an idea at him that left him thinking. While he's doing that I'll ask you the same questions. How do you see this
Torin has such drive for toys and stuff that looks like little fur balls that move that I would like to try her out in lure coursing. Does anyone know of a way to get involved with this?
Had a fun weekend.......went to a conformation show in Kzoo and along with that, the Sight Hound Group was holding a Lure Coursing Competition....after their competition was over all other breeds could try out the (full) course. Lola was in heaven. I told
Good evening to all! I am looking for information on Finnish crossbows as used in both hunting and war. Any help would be appreciated.
Seeing the thread on set triggers got me thinking; what sighting systems were used in medieval times. I know that sighting over the bolt was probally the most common method used, but think I remember seeing sights of some sort on Italian crossbows. I hope