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My hauberk is also flat ring rivetted. :fruity:

Edit: Put it all together and just gonna say, surprised how hard it is to turn my head. Didn't think a mail coif would resist twisting motion so much.

Time to invade Sicily.

 
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You'd have more neck flex if you took out a few rows of rings. It looks like the rings are pretty packed around there. Maybe a tie section?

I don't know if there's a historical pretext for that, of course.
 

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So i looked into it more. Rings in the coif are binding with the rings in the hauberk. If i just wear a surcoat or tabard over the hauberk that problem should be fixes. I can also use some bindings on the neck, that would help mobility too. I think period bindings depict ties on mail coifs to make them more form fitting.
 

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Polaroids are back in. It's funny how old technology becomes interesting once it's been replaced.
He also has cameras from the 40's-60's. And doing WWII reenactment he can get some nice, authentic, vintage images.