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PostPosted: Tue 15 Nov, 2016 5:20 am    Post subject: New Muster Items at A&A         Reply with quote



Our shop has a few new items on the Muster Page for you to check out. A couple of TypeX, a long sword, an axe and a seax. Check out the details and we hope you see something you like.











Let us know if you have any questions or would like to add one of these to your armoury.

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Seax and axe, please! Those are awesome. I love the simplicity of the seax...but with just enough detail to make it truly stand out. The axe is just.....freakin' huge.....the kind any big, burly Dane would be proud to throw over a shoulder. I want 'em both, but Momma wants new tile in the kitchen. Cry Oh well....you know how THAT goes.... Laughing Out Loud ......McM
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I love that seax.... Hmmm, I don't have a seax with an antler grip... Why don't I have a seax with an antler grip???
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PostPosted: Tue 15 Nov, 2016 1:46 pm    Post subject: antler grip         Reply with quote

Glad to see our discussion got the creative juices flowing for the elk antler in the corner! The seax looks great! Any word of the basket hilt?
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That simple tea cozy X with the long cross speaks to me at a visceral level.
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J.D. Crawford wrote:
That simple tea cozy X with the long cross speaks to me at a visceral level.


The longsword is pretty perfect too. But I think I will stick with the one-handed cutters.
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J.D. Crawford wrote:
That simple tea cozy X with the long cross speaks to me at a visceral level.


I like both of those type Xs, but I bought the seax. Couldn't help it. Having Craig make a sheath for it before it ships. Such a damn cool piece. Great offerings from A&A on this muster! I was tempted by ALL of them...
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To Tim Lison : Gaaaawwwwgh! Direct hit! You sunk my battleship!!! Laughing Out Loud You lucky son-of-a-gun!!! Proud for you.....McM
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Tim Lison wrote:
J.D. Crawford wrote:
That simple tea cozy X with the long cross speaks to me at a visceral level.


I like both of those type Xs, but I bought the seax. Couldn't help it. Having Craig make a sheath for it before it ships. Such a damn cool piece. Great offerings from A&A on this muster! I was tempted by ALL of them...


Me too, but with two custom jobs nearing completion the timing's not right. But good for you!
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Mark Moore wrote:
To Tim Lison : Gaaaawwwwgh! Direct hit! You sunk my battleship!!! Laughing Out Loud You lucky son-of-a-gun!!! Proud for you.....McM


Lol. Sorry Mark. Couldn't help it. I love that seax. I'll post some pics of the seax and sheath when it arrives....
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PostPosted: Sun 20 Nov, 2016 5:55 am    Post subject:         Reply with quote

S'Okay, Tim.....I ordered my own birthday present a few days ago. A nice custom belt for my Cawood Viking. Should be ready in a week or so. So there.... Razz .....McM
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