Riverhaven MARK III Black Rubber Archery Blunt Sales!

And now Ramon Shafts!

Order your Riverhaven MARK III Black Rubber Blunt Arrow tips here!

As required in the Lochac Combat Handbook - Missile Weapons Standards 10.3. Made by Allied Rubber Technologies (Brisbane) for a custom production run using a patent natural rubber mixture. Average weight of blunt is 6 grams. With a diameter of 20mm, and 26mm in length to fit a 8mm shaft, this arrow blunt is the fear of many heavy combatants throughout the Lochac Kingdom!

Ordering Contact Details

Postage

Postal delivery can be arranged for anywhere in Australia and New Zealand to SCA members!

Ramin Shafts

Shaft Information: pre-cut 28" Ramin Combat Shafts.

Price: $2 each (therefore $12 a half dozen, and $24 a dozen), plus postage.

Use of Blunts

Combat arrows and public archery practice arrows must not have points on them. The points must be removed or not attached in the first place. Instead, a so called "archery blunt" must be attached to the combat arrow. Archery blunts are a special product developed in the SCA specifically for combat use.
A substitution with other types of blunts is not allowed.
Blunt are available for sale within the SCA here!

"A War without Archers is just another melee!"
Overheard statement by a Heavy combatant at GNW 2011.

Arrow Specifications

Shafts must have a diameter of 8 mm or 5/16 inch.

Blunts must be secured using a strip of good quality 13mm-wide electrical or fibre tape wound down around the sides of the blunt for at least 13mm, and then up onto the shaft of the arrow for 25mm.

The maximum length for an arrow is 711mm (28 inches), measured from the bottom of the nock
slot to where the blunt joins the shaft.

Shafts must be made from one of the following woods: Port Orford Cedar, Ramen, Silver Ash, or Tasmanian Oak.

The shaft of the arrow shall be spirally or longitudinally wrapped with fibreglass filament tape,
totally covering the surface from the front of the fletching to the tip of the shaft. The taping must
be in good condition without any sign of the fibres lifting from the shaft.

Blunts must be firmly secured to the shaft so that they cannot come off on impact or if the shaft is broken.

To allow inspection of possible punch-through the face of the blunt must not be covered.

Pricing

Australian Pricing (as at 9th April 2014)

New Zealand Pricing (as at 9th April 2014)