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From: sloane@kuhub.cc.ukans.edu (Bob Sloane)
Newsgroups: alt.fairs.renaissance
Subject: Re: Armorers
Date: 8 Jul 94 09:50:25 CDT

In article <2vhnhk$3pc@gwis.circ.gwu.edu>,
 btodd@gwis.circ.gwu.edu (Todd A. Blackledge) writes:
>Howdy, my girlfriend is looking for an armorer to make her a lightweight mail
>shirt.  Lightweight is a key factor for her - the shirt would be for show, not
>combat.  She is also interested in getting armor for her horses, although her
>armor has priority.  Does anyone have a suggestion for who she can contact?
>A personal favorite armorer perhaps?  Thanks for any info. you might have.

Try:

Michael Naime
Chainmail Creations
21020 Cantrell Road
Linwood Kansas 66052
(913) 723-3645

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