fencing equipment in N. CA

fencing equipment in N. CA

Post by Ben Addlema » Fri, 26 Apr 1996 04:00:00


Does anyone know where fencing equipment could be bought in the
northern California area? A buddy of mine is going to be all over
the area this summer and would like to get some stuff, if possible.
Thanks!
 
 
 

fencing equipment in N. CA

Post by Ken Stiee » Fri, 26 Apr 1996 04:00:00

Try

American Fencers
1180 Folsom St
San Francisco, CA
(415)863-7911

They are near 8th and Folsom.


Quote:

>Does anyone know where fencing equipment could be bought in the
>northern California area? A buddy of mine is going to be all over
>the area this summer and would like to get some stuff, if possible.
>Thanks!

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fencing equipment in N. CA

Post by Eric D » Fri, 26 Apr 1996 04:00:00

Quote:

>Does anyone know where fencing equipment could be bought in the
>northern California area? A buddy of mine is going to be all over
>the area this summer and would like to get some stuff, if possible.
>Thanks!

This should almost be an FAQ...

American Fencers Supply Co.  1180 Folsom Street,
San Francisco, CA 94109  (415) 863-7911

The Fencing Post.  2543 Monticello Way

I understand he gives a 15% discount for email purchases, though I don't
know why...)

EDEW

 
 
 

fencing equipment in N. CA

Post by Remi » Fri, 10 May 1996 04:00:00

I understand he gives a 15% discount for email purchases, though I don't
know why...)

   Me neither -- have you ever tried to use a foil that has been Zipped?

 
 
 

fencing equipment in N. CA

Post by Griz » Sat, 11 May 1996 04:00:00

Wherever you, call Konstantin at Physical Chess. Different than Blade.
The new Megastar sabre blades are a little heavy but the balance is great,
and the
silver epee blades are strong and must be handled to be appreciated.

 
 
 

fencing equipment in N. CA

Post by Si » Tue, 14 May 1996 04:00:00

Quote:

>I understand he gives a 15% discount for email purchases, though I don't
>know why...)

>   Me neither -- have you ever tried to use a foil that has been Zipped?

No but I used a mask that was compressed!

Si,

(lets have a rec.sport.fencing.humor!
Q: How many fencers does it take to change a lightbulb?

A: Five. One to change it and four to stand around muttering how they could
have done it better if only they had the coach he had!)

 
 
 

fencing equipment in N. CA

Post by Eric D » Tue, 14 May 1996 04:00:00

Quote:

>I understand he gives a 15% discount for email purchases, though I don't
>know why...)

>   Me neither -- have you ever tried to use a foil that has been Zipped?

No, he uses a new compression mechanism that maintains the integrity of the
maraging steel.  However, since i'ts a Windows product, it changes
the FIE symbol to IEF or some other permutation.  The Beta Version allows
him to make any logo turn into athe FIE logo.

EDEW

 
 
 

fencing equipment in N. CA

Post by Peter Gustafss » Tue, 14 May 1996 04:00:00

Hi!
Hi!

Quote:


>>I understand he gives a 15% discount for email purchases, though I don't
>>know why...)

>>   Me neither -- have you ever tried to use a foil that has been Zipped?

>No but I used a mask that was compressed!

And I have used epes where the tang has been filed.

Quote:
>Si,

>(lets have a rec.sport.fencing.humor!
>Q: How many fencers does it take to change a lightbulb?

>A: Five. One to change it and four to stand around muttering how they could
>have done it better if only they had the coach he had!)

Then you need at least two more foilists who debate whether it is good form to
flick the switch.

Have a nice time!

Peter Gustafsson

 
 
 

fencing equipment in N. CA

Post by Eric D » Wed, 15 May 1996 04:00:00

Quote:

>Hi!
>Hi!



>>>I understand he gives a 15% discount for email purchases, though I don't
>>>know why...)

>>>   Me neither -- have you ever tried to use a foil that has been Zipped?

>>No but I used a mask that was compressed!

>And I have used epes where the tang has been filed.

>>Si,

>>(lets have a rec.sport.fencing.humor!
>>Q: How many fencers does it take to change a lightbulb?

>>A: Five. One to change it and four to stand around muttering how they could
>>have done it better if only they had the coach he had!)

>Then you need at least two more foilists who debate whether it is good form to
>flick the switch.

>Have a nice time!

>Peter Gustafsson

Well, if it came out a white light, who cares?

EDEW

 
 
 

fencing equipment in N. CA

Post by Primus, Lord of the Apocalyups » Thu, 16 May 1996 04:00:00

But the "Puritans won't liek uit because its an electric system, and
small clubs won't be able to afford it :)

I want to actually fight someone to third bl;ood with an epee, damn

Quote:


> >Hi!
> >Hi!



> >>>I understand he gives a 15% discount for email purchases, though I don't
> >>>know why...)

> >>Si,

> >>(lets have a rec.sport.fencing.humor!
> >>Q: How many fencers does it take to change a lightbulb?

> >Have a nice time!

> >Peter Gustafsson

> Well, if it came out a white light, who cares?

> EDEW

 
 
 

fencing equipment in N. CA

Post by Primus, Lord of the Apocalyups » Thu, 16 May 1996 04:00:00

But the "Puritans won't liek uit because its an electric system, and
small clubs won't be able to afford it :)

I want to actually fight someone to third *** with an epee, damn

Quote:

> >>Si,

> >>(lets have a rec.sport.fencing.humor!
> >>Q: How many fencers does it take to change a lightbulb?

> >Have a nice time!

> >Peter Gustafsson

> Well, if it came out a white light, who cares?

> EDEW