A covering to protect the arm of the bowman from the vibration of the string; also, a brassart.
Known also as: Archer's Guard. Protective armour for the wrist forearm, as well as specifically protecting the forearm of an from the recoil of his bowstring
A protective covering placed on the inside of an archers bow arm, used to protect the forearm from a slap of the bow string.
A bracer is worn on the arm and can also be expanded into a physical shield for defensive purposes. In shield mode, a bracer's surface is optically reflective to reflect laser beams and is strong enough to deflect bullets and other kinetic projectile attacks. In addition to their combat capacity, bracers incorporate a number of sophisticated electronic devices, including portable computers, communicators and sensors.
A shield, also known as an arm guard, worn to protect the forearm of the bow arm.
a protective covering for the wrist or arm that is used in archery and fencing and other sports
an essential piece of equipment for the beginning archer because it protects the arm from the recoil of the string
a simple, but effective piece of armor
A guard (usually plastic or leather) worn on the inner side of forearm that holds the bow. Usually held by elastic bands, velcro or leather laces. Its purpose is to prevent bruising from bowstring slap (ie. bowstring hitting the arm).
See Arm Guard
Early fourteenth century form of defence for the lower arm; also a term for an archer's arm guard to protect the forearm from the bowstring.
1) Fourteenth-century armor for the lower arm 2) Archer's forearm guard to protect from the bowstring
Defense for the lower arm.
An ornament worn on the wrist serving to bind and strengthen it.
A bracer is a leather or plastic strap or sheath that covers the inside of an archer's arm to protect it from the moving bowstring. It is also known as an arm-guard, due to its purpose.