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jason77

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Pursuing the Knightly Arts
« on: 2017-06-28, 04:08:17 »
I haven't noticed anyone else post this yet so I want to share a new YT channel devoted to Harnischfechten. The channel is being produced by a couple of guys from the Medieval Swordsman Guild of Kansas City. They have produced three videos thus far and I'm looking forward to their future videos. My only complaint is that I hope they acquire a better video camera. Otherwise a solid production by a couple of solid guys in the HEMA scene.



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Re: Pursuing the Knightly Arts
« Reply #1 on: 2017-07-06, 15:03:30 »
I have seen this posted by Ian on his Facebook page. Reece Nelsens group yeah?
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Re: Pursuing the Knightly Arts
« Reply #2 on: 2017-07-12, 15:16:53 »
I have seen this posted by Ian on his Facebook page. Reece Nelsens group yeah?
yes reece nelson.
Ive seen this group as well, I think no one has posted it because so many of us are active on facebook.
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Re: Pursuing the Knightly Arts
« Reply #3 on: 2017-07-12, 21:19:58 »
OK. I'm not involved with Facebook so I guess I miss all the hub bub.


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