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Armory Clinic at CHFA w/ Kathy Walters     May 20, 2018
Charlotte Fencing Academy: Charlotte, NC Charlotte Fencing Academy is pleased to welcome national armorer Kathy Walters. This 1-4 class will include both a class portion and a lab portion. Students will learn the basics about repairing their fencing equipment. Cost: $20
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   Map to 1500 West Morehead St. Ste. H Charlotte NC 28208
posted 05/03/2018
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Charlotte Fencing Academy is pleased to welcome national armorer Kathy Walters. This 1-4 class will include both a class portion and a lab portion. Students will learn the basics about repairing their fencing equipment.

Cost: $20

Lunch
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Bring your own or go to one of the restaurants within walking distance of the school (Pinky's, Burger Co., picante, Dunkin Donuts, Savor, etc...)

Equipment
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Make certain to bring any equipment you have for the lab portion. While it is not required, it can definitely help you during the lab portion, and limits the number of times you need to borrow a tool.

For those that don't know what this includes:

- big screwdriver (for sockets and some weapon tightening)
- any small wrenches you may need (some other sockets)
- jewelers screwdriver/small screwdriver(for tip screws)
- magnet (for not losing tip screws)
- vice grips (for tightening barrels and various)
- test box, foil/epee weight, and shims (For testing whether what you fixed worked)
- razor blade (For cutting wire/taking insulation up)
- wire trimmers (for taking insulation off)
- sand paper square (for cleaning off rust)
- soldering iron and solder (For fixing body cords... the right way)
- any hex tool you may need for your weapon (Tightening and loosening)

- any extra parts you may have (Tip screws, springs, wires, etc... Charlotte Fencing only maintains a limited supply for it's own equipment)

- any broken equipment you may have (so you may fix it)