What we’ve got here is your Longbow, it’s a
very simple weapon made famous during The Hundred Years War, in the 14th and the 15th century.
It’s a very simple thing, it’s the heart and the sapwood, the inside and the
outside of the yew tree from the tree-trunk, the string it’s just linen
string , with piece a cow horn on each end and yet you have a weapon that can shoot one
of these well over 300 paces, but look at the arrow, it has a barbed point, its called a
broad head. Once it’s inside your body, you can’t pull it out it’s so simple you
put the arrow on, you look at the target, you bring him back, and simply let him go.
You had to train by law at least from the age of 7, you’d shoot for two hours after
church every Sunday. Thing about it is, because you’re training so much you don’t
actually look down the arrow, you’re looking at the target all of the time,
you fix yourself on to that point and the whole idea is you’re pouring the
arrow fast, accurate, and under power, straight into the enemy. you