An Archery LexiconItem Number: 6343001
Kay Koppedrayer is one of the most highly regarded experts on traditional archery. In An Archery Lexicon she covers some of the unique, cryptic, and unusual vocabulary and traditions in the world of archery.
The author of Kay's Thumbring Book takes you on an insightful and fascinating journey through the world of traditional archery, covering basic terms and concepts, as well as valuable tips for exploring this amazing pastime.
You'll also learn such valuable knowledge as: how a bow works, types of bows, bow design, draw weight, handling a bow, bow etiquette, arrows, archer's paradox, shooting tips, and more!
An Archery Lexicon features 144 pages of valuable information, as well as many photographs and illustrations. Paperback.
Kay Koppedrayer has been a professor in the Department of Religion and Culture at Wilfrid Laurier University (Waterloo, Ontario), writer on the history of archery and on cross-cultural archery, and an Associate Editor of Primitive Archer Magazine.