Medieval Longbow

The longbow is constructed in the traditional manner of a minimum of 5' 6", of a historical authentic D cross-section.

Although the longbow was not considered one of the knightly weapons, it was a strategic weapon of war.

Examples of its capability can be seen at such battles as the Battle of Cr?y, August 26, 1346.

This battle amongst the many fought during the 100 Years War, was a victory for the English longbow men by the army of King Edward III and King Philip IV of France.



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