10177Helmut - Was Re: A picture of a unknown fighter
- Jul 31 4:33 PMGreetings
I have a question, I take you are getting your helmuts made there?
Does the person who is making them have a web site and can others
order them? Currently I am running a spun top and I am tired of the
ringing in my ears :)
Imakawa Shirou Yoshitaka
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Donald J. Luby <djl@t...> wrote:
> On Wednesday, July 30, 2003, at 11:11 PM, Anthony J. Bryant wrote:
> > Jason Silver wrote:
> >> Greetings all
> >> I just happened to be looking for pictures of Pennsic (being I
> >> never been and can only hope and pray I will get to go one
> >> came across a web site where they had a picture of a warrior
> >> attacking a bunch of guys..
> >> Normally this would not be a big deal, but it looks like the
> >> has a Clan Yama Kaminari flag on his back and I thought it might
> >> cool if he could be identified for the web sites information..
> > If I'm not mistaken, that looks like Koredono-sama's kabuto.
> Sadly, you are mistaken, but not by very much and with a pretty
> The kabuto that Hachirou is wearing is (almost) the exact same
> as my old (working) kabuto, made by the same armorer within a year
> mine; the biggest difference (from that angle, at least) is that
> mine was the beta model, and Hachirou's is a regular production
> he has a much nicer hachi (that is the term for the rounded cap on
> top, right?) - his is bronze, and mine's just stainless steel.
> The other way to tell is he's wearing a red belt, and I was wearing
> white one :)
> I'll be wearing my snazzy new helmet on the field this year, though
> which might reduce confusion (unless I need to lend out my older
> to another household fighter who's been waiting on his kabuto to be
> delivered ...), especially with my mon in brass on the fukigaeshi.
> > Effingham
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