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Re: Woman against Abelisaur
Dan Chure <email@example.com> wrote:
> She wouldn't necessarily have to roll up in a ball. There is a documented
> case in Glacier National Park many years ago of a couple hiking when they
> were charged by a grizzly bear. With no where to run and hide the used what
> they had, an umbrella, and popped it open automatically and ducking down
> behind it.
Out of interest, does the woman in 'Woman Against Abelisaur' happen to
Anthony Docimo <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> what about the sort Mongol archers carried? From what I hear, some folks
> still consider them a gold standard of bows that aren't factory-made.
Didn't the Ottoman Turks improve the composite-bow even further?
BTW, a composite-bow doesn't have to be gold standard in order to be
deadly effective. The Huns used their composite bows to devastating
effect against the Roman Empire.