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Sa
An arrow, Japan.
  
Sadak, Saghdach
The equipment of an archer, Russia.
  
Saghdak
A Western Tibetan quiver.
  
San Kung Nu
An Indo-Persian multi-bowed crossbow.
  
Satsu Ya
A hunting arrow, Japan.
  
Satsu Yumi
A hunting bow, Japan.
  
Savidlin
A type of bear arrow, Point Barrow.
  
Schnepper
A German crossbow from the 17th to 18th century.
  
Sefin
A Turkish archer's thumb ring.
  
Self Bow
A bow made of a single piece of wood.
  
Serving
A wrapping of thread that prevents wear on the bowstring.
  
Severgi
A type of Russian arrow.
  
Sha Ho
The rules of archery, Japan.
  
Sha, Shagai
Archery, Japan.
  
Shaft
The body of an arrow.
  
Shateki
An archer, Japan.
  
Sheath of Arrows
A bundle of twenty four arrows.
  
Shigeto Yumi
A large bow rapped with rattan, Japan.
  
Shiko
A Japanese quiver worn on the right side.
  
Shingeto
A Japanese bow wrapped with coils of red cane on a black background.
  
Shishi Ya
A hunting arrow, Japan.
  
Short Bow
A bow usually half the height of the archer using the bow.
  
Shuri
The shaft of an Ainu arrow.
  
Si or
The pellet bow of the Toba Battaks.
  
Sight
A device on the bow that allows the archer to take aim on the target.
  
Skirt
The part of the target outside the scoring area.
  
Slur Bow
A crossbow with a barrel slotted on both side for the string, dating from the early 16th century.
  
So Ya
A plain or war arrow, Japan.
  
Solenarion
A Byzantine arrow guide, dating from the 6th to 10th century, used to shoot short arrows. See Majr„.
  
Soor Harban
Buriat for an archery contest shooting at a target consisting of a leather strap wound around a wooden stake driven into the ground. The object of the contest is to dislodge the stake with an arrow and drive it the furthest from its original position.
  
Speed Shooting, Shower Shooting
A contest to fire as many arrows as possible into the air at one time.
  
Spent Arrow
An arrow that has traveled too far to be effective.
  
Spine
A measurement of the amount of elasticity of an arrow shaft.
  
Spingarda, Spingardella
A large crossbow mounted on wheels, dating from the 14th century.
  
Sprights
See Musket arrow.
  
Springbow
A bow or crossbow set as a trap for animals.
  
Sresni
A Russian arrow with a broad, shovel shaped head.
  
Stabilizer
A weight mounted on a bow to minimize undesirable torque of the bow string upon release.
  
Stave
A piece of wood destined to be shaped into a bow.
  
Steelbow
A bow made of steel, usually a flattened pipe (Europe) or a spring-like device (India)
  
Steely
A Russian arrow.
  
Stele
The wooden shaft of an arrow.
  
Stirrup Crossbow
A large crossbow with a stirrup for the foot, used to hold the crossbow steady when drawing the string, especially when two hands were necessary for winding the winch.
  
Stone Bow
A bow which is used to shoot stones, pellets or balls. See Pellet bow.
  
Strela
Russian for arrow.
  
String
[1] A bowstring.

[2] To fit a bow with a string.
  
Stringer
[1] An aid to stringing a bow.

[2] A maker or seller of bowstrings.
  
Subeki, Ku
To test draw a bow without an arrow nocked, Japan.
  
Suzume Yumi
A small bow used for amusement.
  
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