3244[SCA Newcomers] Re: Armor
- Aug 6, 2002errr...someone who lives in the area (in this case, Northern
Colorado) - I'd rather give business to someone up here,
but...*shrugs* I havent been able to meet up with the ones up here
who I know for a fact are into armouring...*sighs* what can I
say...story of my life these days...:P
--- In scanewcomers@y..., Scott Szakonyi <thorsman99@y...> wrote:
> Out of curiousity, what's local?
> Wolfshadow72 <wolfshadow72@y...> wrote: Does their armour not
meet the minimums? I called and asked them a
> few questions about the types of leather and steel they used and it
> *sounded* (key word there, I havent seen it for myself yet)
> to what I've always used in the past (very thick leather and 16
> steel on knees and elbows, as well as measurement requirements). I
> wanted to get something local, but what with my schedule and the
> schedules of those here that I know make armour...*shrugs* nothing
> ever seemed to work out as far as times we could meet...which sucks
> because I KNOW I could get it cheaper from them...
> --- In scanewcomers@y..., "Liye23" <liye23@y...> wrote:
> > Personally, i wouldn't order any armor from by the sword, except
> > possibly leather goods.
> > Otherwise go to an armorer that plays in the SCA they most often
> > what's best, a large number of armorers are also knights, so they
> > know all the rules and stuff.
> > Sidonia
> > Shire of Buckland Cross
> > East Kingdom.
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