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Armored Practice
ARMA students training in Harnischfecten or Spada in Arme.

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Members of ARMA Virginia Beach practice half-swording in armor.
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An ARMA member learning armored floryshes and half-swording.

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and at the Royal Armouries, Leeds, UK 2001


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