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I made my first proper metal mail when I was fifteen or so. I wound galvanised garden fence wire around a dowel and cut it with a hacksaw. It took ages. Later, in my school metalwork room, I used a lathe to wind coils around a steel rod. That saved time. Here, I talk of making (butted) mail with pre-made links.
That link again to my website's section on making mail: http://www.lloydianaspects.co.uk/armour/mail/mail.html
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Making mail armour
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