The Basics When traveling for the last few years to An Tir for Egil’s Tourney, they run a competition that is fantastic and embodies the spirit of the Society. It is run over a few days and people prep before the event to participate in certain aspects. The competition is rich in history, and is … Continue reading Three Pillars – The Competition for all of us
What a year! We had a wonderful season. Not only did we make the shoot more accessible by the known world, many more participated in the shoot! We had 28 participants in 2019! Compare that for example to 2017 and 2018 where we had 5! Success is measured in the result of many people’s efforts. … Continue reading Thats a wrap! IKCAC 2019 was a success for all!
A quick missive regarding bolt construction. I recently had an issue where I simply could not hammer the shaft in to the Fathead deep enough. It turns out the spec has changed from the Fathead, to the Fathead 2 (at the time of writing, provisionally approved). From Northstar: Please see the attached instructions. If you would like to … Continue reading Combat Bolts – Hammering it Home
Greeting friends, a question often asked, ‘what is a good quiver to use’, or, ‘how can you make one’? As with anything this can be a very big subject, but let’s go into some basics of not only construction, but of some of the use cases related to quivers as well. How many bolts do you … Continue reading Making a Quiver – Combat Archery