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Re: [sig] 'Dak's armor WAS Re: Re: Re[2]: Re: Early scale armor in Eastern

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  • Tim Nalley
    Yep. two pennsics back Eustad and I are in a shot on the Pennsic pictures section of the site. I ll see if I can find a shot. ...
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 17, 2004
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      Yep. two pennsics back Eustad and I are in a shot on
      the Pennsic pictures section of the site. I'll see if
      I can find a shot.
      --- Sfandra <seonaid13@...> wrote:

      > "Got to agree with Alexi on the stiffness factor.
      > Mine
      > had the scale running across the bodyand laced down.
      > However, 16th C baktherets scale runs the length of
      > the body and has 3 holes at each end so the plates
      > can
      > be overlapped, only with chainmail links, which
      > gives
      > it the suppleness of chainmail. Heavy though. Period
      > examples wieghed 15 to 17 Kilos whereas mine is 7
      > kilos but fits very close to the body over my
      > streethockey padding under my caftan.
      > 'dak"
      >
      > Is there a picture of you in this armor on the web
      > somewhere? When you say 'only with chainmail
      > links',
      > what do you mean? Can you describe for me how the
      > armor is constructed?
      > Thanks,
      > Sfandra
      >
      >
      >
      >
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