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Colorado Armoury Clinic 2017     Sep 24, 2017
South Denver Fencing Academy: Centennial, CO Seth Barondess, a USA Fencing certified armourer, will be conducting this 'hands-on' clinic. Bring your fencing gear. A LIST OF THE TOOLS YOU SHOULD BRING WITH YOU IS POSTED ON THE MORE INFO PAGE. 12-4pm. Maximum 14 participants. No charge to participate
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   Map to 7075 B South Alton Way Centennial CO 80112
posted 07/21/2017
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WE HAVE JUST LEARNED THAT ARAPAHOE ROAD WILL BE COMPLETELY CLOSED THIS WEEKEND. PLEASE PLAN ON USING DRY CREEK ROAD TO ACCESS THE CLUB FOR THE CLINIC

Seth Barondess, a USA Fencing certified armourer, will be conducting this 'hands-on' clinic.

12 - 4 pm

Maximum 14 participants.

No charge to participate! We are providing this clinic on behalf of the Colorado Division as a service to the local fencing community.

Bring your fencing gear with you. Here is a list of the tools you will need for the clinic and to maintain your gear on an ongoing basis:

FOR THE CLINIC

Jeweler's screwdrivers to fit the tip screws of your weapons.
Small screwdriver with approximately a 1/8" flat blade.
#0 Phillips head screwdriver
Inside or outside hex wrench to fit your pommel nut.
Adjustable open-end wrench.
8mm fixed-end wrench, if applicable, and a slotted screwdriver depending on the type of socket you have.
Small needle-nose pliers.
Small wire cutters.

**NOTE - There will be some tools available to borrow if you don't already own them.

EXTRA TOOLS THAT ARE GOOD TO HAVE:
Fine sand paper, wet or dry, #400 or higher.
Soldering iron or gun and rosin core solder.
Needle and thread, plain white unwaxed dental floss.
Hot melt glue gun.
Multi meter for measuring resistance (ohms).