How Do You Make A Boffing Bow & Arrows?
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Boffing arrows are made from foam rubber pool noodles and PVC pipe covered in duct tape. The bows are store-bought hunting bows or toy bows that draw less than 30 pounds. They are used in what is called “lightest touch combat,” a recent medieval war game that is played according to rules of honor. The game started with the Amt Gard organization and has spread around the nation. No body contact is permitted and points and wounds are awarded according to a serious set of rules that were organized and written in 1996 by Shannon Slate. Start making a boffing arrow. Insert the PVC pipe into the hollow part of the pool noodle. It should stick out one inch at one end and be even with the other end. The end with the protruding pipe is the nock end of the arrow. The other end will connect to the arrowhead. Attach the soft foam to the point end of the boffing arrow using duct tape. Cover all of the foam areas of the arrow with duct tape. Duct tape helps make boffing weapons more durable while co