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Fabric weapon covers
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Jess R
Mon Jul 23 2018, 07:19p.m.
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Now that the NPC weapons have been cloth covered for a year and a half, are there thoughts about using cloth covers for PC weapons? I think previous discussion was a no, but it's been a while since it was brought up.

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Hex
Tue Jul 24 2018, 12:25p.m.
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Perhaps on ye old boffers, but not laytex or calamicil rubber as those weapon types are to be maintained via protectant that traditional duct tape does not appear to offer.
Personally I would not want a cover on laytex weapons. IN fact I think it would cause damage to them,at least some of them but this probably makes sense for some boffers if boff wielders are into this.
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FeatheredOne
Wed Jul 25 2018, 09:26a.m.
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I think she meant PC versions like what we are using for NPCs
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Finnik
Wed Jul 25 2018, 02:08p.m.
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does it actually state in our rules that we cannot cover our weapons with coif ?
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Jess R
Thu Jul 26 2018, 03:52p.m.
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Crow is correct. That's what I have in mind. Latex weapons aren't in my budget, but cloth covers are.

Josh, it doesn't say no specifically. And the building instructions are just "recommended" But I have vague memories of it coming up before and it being nixed.
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Lucas
Fri Jul 27 2018, 09:39a.m.

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There's no issue with cloth covers, provided they aren't orange like the npc weapons (same as the duct tape restriction).

If something other than string is used to tie it like a ziptie, etc., as long as it's covered safely and not sharp or dangerous, it should be fine.
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Jess R
Sun Aug 19 2018, 10:08p.m.
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THANKS LUKE!!
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