WMA: A new Fiore training book (c1400)

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Re: WMA: A new Fiore training book (c1400)

Postby Fox » Thu May 20, 2010 1:46 pm

Colin Middleton wrote:I don't know what's happened to all my leave this year...

It left?



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Re: WMA: A new Fiore training book (c1400)

Postby Matt Easton » Mon Jul 05, 2010 12:15 pm

Templar Knight wrote:Also, people going fightcamp , whos up for some armoured half swording and pollaxe?


I might be if I can get the gloves in my gauntlets fixed in time.
In addition to Colin Fieldhouse and Fabrice Cognot's pollaxe classes, there is also going to be an armoured fighting workshop by Wolfgang Ritter:

http://www.fioredeiliberi.org/fightcamp/instructors/

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Re: WMA: A new Fiore training book (c1400)

Postby paul bennett » Mon Jul 05, 2010 7:57 pm

I will also allow armoured bouts to count in the Pas d'Armes


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Re: WMA: A new Fiore training book (c1400)

Postby Mark Lancaster » Sun Oct 17, 2010 10:03 am

Back on topic :)

You can see some of the contents of Primoris via "Look Inside" on Amazon. Just click on the book image on the Primoris details page.

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Re: WMA: A new Fiore training book (c1400)

Postby Erasmus Hyll » Sat Oct 30, 2010 11:04 am

I've ordered a copy from Amazon two weeks ago (I got a gift voucher for my birthday or I would have ordered direct).

I'msorry to say that I'm still waiting...........

I'd advise anyone else to order direct!



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Re: WMA: A new Fiore training book (c1400)

Postby Mark Lancaster » Tue Nov 30, 2010 7:43 am

Hi,

Erasmus Hyll wrote:I've ordered a copy from Amazon two weeks ago (I got a gift voucher for my birthday or I would have ordered direct).

I'msorry to say that I'm still waiting...........

I'd advise anyone else to order direct!


How long did it take in the end? We turn them around within 24 hours, so it would be interesting to know the whole sorry delay process.

Thanks,

Mark




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