Nothing beats a good shield. After all, who needs armor when you can deflect the blow and not even get hit? At Medieval Archery, we offer a selection of fine medieval shields in both wood and steel that are perfect for archers to carry and use, as well as for medieval enthusiasts to use when it comes to creating a fine archery theme in their very own castle! After all, nothing says archery quite like your shield featuring the target bulls eye! Perhaps the most common shield we offer for archers are bucklers, whose small size makes them lightweight, and therefore easy to use and carry. This also means that a buckler is less likely to interfere with the use of a bow. We also carry larger shields in both wood and steel, as well as in a variety of shapes, ranging from the classic round shield to the heater and kite shields of the later ages. We even carry a few crusader shields, as well as some blank-faced shields that are perfect for making your own designs and heraldries. Even a warrior who fights from afar should consider their defense, and that is why a shield, whether it is a buckler, a hand painted heater shield, a Templar kite shield, or a bulls eye round shield, from Medieval Archery is a great defense for any archer to carry.
The buckler was designed to be a companion that a warrior would use in melee combat. Thus, this Archers Buckler Shield is the perfect shield for an archer, who would only use their shield when they entered into close quarters combat.
While a bow is an archers weapon of choice, in close quarters combat, an archer needs a way to deflect an attack, such as this Archers Shield Buckler. This medieval buckler makes a handy addition to your LARP battle or cosplay event.
For many warriors, their shield was a personal work, emblazoned with their house seal, family crest, or personal crest. This Blank Round Shield allows you to create your own shield, to show off whatever design you wish to carry.
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Princeton, IN 47670
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