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Officers' Warrant Form
Participant's Waiver Form
Minor's Waiver and Informed Consent to Participate in SCA Combat
Minor's Medical Authorization
Minor's Medical Authorization with space for notorization
(Recommended for use in USA)

Handbooks, Rules, and Policies:

Armored Combat & Combat Archery

Marshals' Handbook (updated Oct. 2013)
for Marshaling Combat, Combat Archery, and Siege
Update to Handbook (Nov 1, 2013): Remove item #16,under Weapon Standards, Section A.
A. General
16. Weapons under 48" (1.22 m) or greater than 7’ 6" (2.29 m) in length may have either a thrusting tip or a butt spike, but not both at the same time. The madu was not a weapon of individual combat during the SCA’s period of study, and therefore it is excluded.
1-piece Baldar blunts banned in Combat Archery


Rapier Marshal's Handbook - revised October 2013
See also: Updates to the Handbook Rules & Policies
Rapier Handbook Appendix 6 - Exceptions To Allowed Blades Rules

Target Archery

Target Archery Handbook - updated Oct. 2003

Thrown Weapons

Thrown Weapons Handbook - updated Sept. 2003


Siege Engine Handbook - updated Aug. 2006
Siege Engine Handbook Update - Jan. 2008

Update to Siege Rules (additions are underlined)

Section III C. 3.
Siloflex must meet the following standards: for pipe that is black in color, it must be manufactured to ASTM D2239 or D2737; be made from PE3408 or PE3608; be sized 1"ID (2.5cm) if D2239 or 1-1/4"OD (3.2cm) if D2737; and have a SIDR rating of 15 or lower or have a SODR rating of 17 or lower.

For pipe that is yellow in color, it must be manufactured to ASTM D2513; made from PE2406 or PE2708; be 1"IPS (2.5cm); and have an SDR of 11. (Please note that shafts made from yellow Siloflex may not be covered with tape, and the markings must be visible.)


Equestrians' Handbook - updated Dec. 2007
Equestrian Waivers and Signage

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