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Archery: Its Theory and Practice Paperback – Illustrated, 2003. Horace A. Ford is known as the greatest target archer of all time. He first picked up the bow in 1845, and a mere four years later won the Grand National Archery Meeting held in the United Kingdom. by. Ford (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. He proceeded to win an amazing, and unmatched, eleven consecutive championships, and a twelfth "comeback" win. His high score - that of 1271 in the Double York Round in 1857 - remained archery's high mark for over 70 years.
Archery: Its Theory And . .has been added to your Cart. If you are interested in the past focusing on the methods employed by the great Horace Ford this book is a must read. It takes the reader back to the Victorian era and how to shoot in the old time style of the 19th century.
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7 - Gibbon notices the singular dread with which the English archers filled their enemies in the Crusades, and informs us that at one time Richard, with seventeen knights and three hundred archers, sustained the charge of the whole Turkish and Saracen army. The monarch, however, when besieging the castle of Chaluze (France), approached too near the castle, and was killed by an arrow from a cross-bow, on the 8th of March 1199. In the time of Henry vi.
Horace A. Ford (1822–1880) is known as one of the greatest target archers of all time. Ford first picked up the bow in 1845, and a mere four years later won the Grand National Archery Meeting held in the United Kingdom. He proceeded to win an unmatched, eleven consecutive championships, and a twelfth "comeback" win.
Essentials of an Arrow-How to Test its Straightness and Strength-Best kind of Arrow, and best Materials for its Antagonism between the Theory and Practice of Archery, as regards the Flight of the Arrow, discussed and explained-The Chested and Bobtailed Arrows condemned, and why-Various Shapes of the Arrow-Its Feathering-Its Pile-Its Nock-Its Length-Its Weight .
Ford, Horace A. (Horace Alfred), 1822 . (Horace Alfred), 1822-.
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