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Get Dressed For Battle Coif - GB2547 Get Dressed For Battle Coif. Full mantle square face. Butted 16 gauge high tensile steel zinc plated round wire construction. 8mm internal ring diameter. This is the most economical construction style of maille, as the cost of labor-intensive riveting is avoided. Butted mail has limited historical precedent but is fine for general costuming and role-playing where strict construction authenticity is not a requirement. It is not recommended for weapons-contact re-enactment.
Get Dressed For Battle Hauberk Mail - GB2481 Get Dressed For Battle Hauberk. 50 inch chest, knee length, full sleeve. Fits up to 44” chest size measured over a gambeson. Butted construction. Zinc plated 16 gauge high-tensile steel. Round rings with 8mm internal diameter.
Get Dressed For Battle Plated Buckler - GB121 Get Dressed For Battle Plated Buckler. 15 diameter. 14 gauge steel construction. The handle is constructed from steel tube and is riveted to the main body. The buckler was one of the longest lived of all arms, used from the 12th century all the way to the 18th century. Its small size allowed it to be both maneuverable and mobile."