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Christopher VaughnStrever

Location: San Antonio, TX
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PostPosted: Fri 13 May, 2011 5:10 pm    Post subject: Albion and A&A - our small collection         Reply with quote

Well I was looking around for a "show us your swords sort of thread, but after 30minutes of searching I decided to just post my pics here. Finally after an entire suit of armor and now a properly small assortment of weapons from Abion and Arms and Armor I thought I'd post pics of the products of these two wonderful makers.

-------------------Please feel free to chime in with your personal assortment of Arms as well----------------------

May I also add that doing business with A&A and -most recently- with Albion has been extremely wonderful. Every inquiry I made was answered and I could be more pleased with the feel of the products in my hands.

And here is a shot of the entire suit of armor piled up....

Experience and learning from such defines maturity, not a number of age

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Glen A Cleeton

Location: Nipmuc USA
Joined: 21 Aug 2003

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PostPosted: Fri 13 May, 2011 5:29 pm    Post subject:         Reply with quote

I continue to admire quite a few of the Albion and A&A weapons. I have just my two A&A swords these days. I had traded a third back and forth a couple of times and the current owner of that one added a bit more grip length to it. That one is an Edward III blade with bronze Duke of Urbino mounts. My BP goes back about a decade and before the updates we saw. That has bronze fittings as well. My GBS came to me second hand and has continued to fill the BIG sword role, although my DelTin 5157 is a tad longer but more than a pound lighter.

A shot of the two remaining and the Urbino/EIII before and after. The redone EIII blade and mounts. This one is now closer to the specs of the regular EIII and handling was improved immensely over what had been a real handful of blade presence. It is much more suited for the fellow liking two hands now.



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Larry R

Location: Minneapolis
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PostPosted: Sat 14 May, 2011 11:28 am    Post subject:         Reply with quote

This is my small collection of A&A items. Crusader dagger, 12th Century Sword, 12th Century Spear, and two Greek Javelins. One of the Javelins has electrical tape wrapped around it for that truly historical look. Wink

It's a pleasure to do business with Craig and everyone at Arms and Armor. Great customer service!

Sorry for the picture quality, its the best me and my camera could muster.

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