A. S. Barnes and Company, New York, 1973. Hardcover, 21.5 X 14.5 cm, 140 pages. ex-library book,No jacket. black cloth. condition : good. The author explains the operation of the modern bow and arrow — from the launching of the arrow through its flight in the air to the target. He also compares the actual performance of arrows with the theoretical performance under ideal conditions. The primary concernh is with the action of archery equipment and what this equipment will do under various conditions. To illustrate the text there are dozens of graphs, line drawings, and photographs. All this adds up to a lucid, interesting, in-depth study, one that will be extremely satisfying for the archery buff and for sportsmen in general.
Ethnologie d’une Pratique Sportive de Tir à L’Arc : Le Tir-Nature