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Re: Suspension of Certain Combat Arrows
Poster: "David Ritterskamp" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
[No, the fletching (as it is now used) wouldn't keep the end from coming
all the way through. There is a way to fix that, though. Just allow
the use of solid plastic vanes and make a 3-vaned bolt mandatory, since
a 2-vaned bolt would still be able to flip sideways.]
Ld. Jonathan Blackbow
"Good...bad...I'm the guy with the gun."
-Bruce Campbell, "Evil Dead III: Army of Darkness"
>Poster: "MTR/AAHR" <email@example.com>
>Ahh! Quite possible, but wouldn't the fletching also keep the end from
>coming all the way through?
>From: Julien de Montfort <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: MTR/AAHR <email@example.com>
>Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
>Date: Wednesday, November 11, 1998 18:37
>Subject: Re: Suspension of Certain Combat Arrows
>>> How can one lose an eye or suffer a devestating injury to the face
>>> are wearing prper head gear, i.e. a helm with the proper spacing
>>> the bars allowed by Kingdom rules, which I believe to be a 1" space
>>> or horizontal. I saw a Balder Blunt, ain't no way, one of these
>>> into a 1" space.
>>The question here is if it's likely an arrow could bounce *off*
>>something or somebody and fly back *backwards* through a face grill --
>>i.e., not the head coming at you, but rather the other end, the nock,
>>coming at you, which is significantly smaller than a face grill
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