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Re: Where to purchase armor?
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And they do have armor as well ?

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Can't recall ever having said that...?

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Re: Where to purchase armor?
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But you got my point, right ?
Nothing against a good knife but I have this silly idea of a connection between thread topic and postings.

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Posted on: 2004/12/16 0:23
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I merely opposed the idea that everything custom made is automatically better than everything mass produced. Come to think of it, generally I prefer Acqua di Gio over home-made deodorants as well ...though I'm sure Xtracted knows what he's talking about when it comes to yoroi.

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I have researched some prices out there. As much as I would like to get one my wife would think otherwise.

Well a couple of buddies and I discussed how we can go to a local sporting goods store here in the US.

We will probably piece a couple of suits together with some American football, hockey, and soccer padding to come up with an odd, but effective training suit.

Our goal is to capture the feeling not to look stylish.

We will probably look goofy but we are going to have fun!


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Re: Where to purchase armor?
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You could easily put together most of the pieces if you got some plastic sheets, something to cut it with and make holes with and some shoelacing.. Would be cheaper and better then hockey gear.. If you are interested, I could direct you to some patterns..



Oh, and concerning the OT discussion.. "home made" is not synonymous with "craftmanship"...

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