Interesting jobscreated as a result of our love for weaponry
I thought it would be interesting to post examples of interesting jobs that some of us have found ourselves in as a result of our passion for history and weaponry. For example: Armour Modeling. See the example below that I found on facebook. Hmmm. I wonder who that is?


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I know it's not as lighthearted as the initial post, but I was roped into dressing up for a cancer fundraiser at my university tomorrow.
Armor doesn't have much to do with cancer research, but it certainly gets peoples attention, which is good when you're fighting for a noble cause!
So my hobby has got me a job as a walking advertisement, I guess.
I should make a tunic with a big pink ribbon on the front.
Hmmm... I wonder who that guy is..... ;)

I recently did a "How a Man Shall Be Armed" type display for a friends' 4th grade class. Still waiting for the photographs though...
Well, I teach historical European martial arts for a living at a fencing academy that has the largest number of students in the world. I'm assuming that counts? :)
I often find my self at schools, libraries, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and with other organizations discriminating and demonstrating medieval life
also any one in my unit that wants a fancy knife sharpened comes to me
unfortunately, any one that wants any knife sharpened comes to me

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