Friends it is the case that many groups work in a vacuum. That may for technical, safety, or any number of reasons. However decisions have been made in the past about how well some things do fit together, or whether they fit together ‘well enough’. Take the case of the Laurel. Arts can, and do, vary … Continue reading Order Inclusions – The Case for Sharing a Seat at the Table
There have been several discussions over the years regarding youth combat archery, and though I have not been privy to them all, I have engaged in a few. As the Score Keeper for the IKCAC it has become more of an issue lately as youth who wish to participate must use ‘adult’ equipment. We have … Continue reading Youth Combat Archery – It Should Be a Thing!
With a recent refresh of the rules for a new 2019 (and future) seasons, an interesting idea was put forward by a friend in An Tir… During the distance, and close range, there is no issue, you can set up multiple targets (30 and 10 yds) and simply switch targets. The interesting part comes in … Continue reading Thinking outside the (IKCAC) box
Friends, with a new year brings great promise: to fling more arrows and bolts into a shiny new IKCAC target! February 1st is the beginning of the new season, so get your targets made and dust those arrows and bolts off! Get them in before December 1st though! The rules, and target have been reimagined … Continue reading A new season of the IKCAC is here!