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Stephen R.Selby’s Archery showing

Language: Chinese, Source: lieku8.com, Date: May 17, 2009

Mr. Stephen R.Selby’s Archery -1 (about 7 minutes)

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Mr. Stephen R.Selby’s Archery – 2 (about 1.5 minutes)

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Mr. Stephen R.Selby’s Archery -3 (Horseback Archery Demonstration) (about 6.5 munutes)

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  1. ivan flores
    September 27th, 2011 at 09:16 | #1

    love the shot asian, and I want to learn more about it, and thank you very much Mr. Stephen to spread Chinese shot.

  2. Ann Robinson
    March 24th, 2011 at 11:18 | #2

    @Justin Ma

    Thank you for replying and for the address for the Asian Traditional Archery Research Network, Justin. I have a friend who will help me upload pictures to send to that address.

  3. March 24th, 2011 at 02:18 | #3

    @Ann Robinson
    Hello Ann Robinson,
    Subject to the Privacy policy and prevent from spam email, we had hidden your email account.
    Regards,
    Sherman

  4. Justin Ma
    March 21st, 2011 at 10:11 | #4

    Hi Ann, I suggest posting your question and pictures on the Asian Traditional Archery Research Network forum ( http://atarn.net/phpBB2/ ). Mr. Selby administers the forum, and other knowledgeable folks regularly read it.

  5. Ann Robinson
    February 26th, 2011 at 13:43 | #5

    I have a question about a very old Chinese bow. My mother inherited it from a 90 year old friend when she died in 1950. It is C shaped (about 70 inches long) and has Chinese writing on it along with inlaid mother-of-pearl, and what appears to be snake skin and ivory blocks at the end. There is also some design which might be either just a pattern or some kind of camouflage.

    Mr Lukas Novotny has been very helpful in providing most of the information I have about the bow but I am trying to learn more and try to pinpoint more closely the age. He said if someone could read the writing on it we might be able to learn who made it and when.

    I can send pictures if you can help. Thanks, Ann Robinson [email protected]

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