To follow up try House of De Clifford, Miranda and Dave, website
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> On Behalf Of McCrone, Peter (NE)
> Sent: 01 October 2007 10:15
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> Subject: Re: [BRITARCH] Axe bindings
> Now, where does on I get rawhide?
> Mike, try your local pet shop - you get rawhide chews for dogs - if you
> get the right sort you can soak them and unravel the knots, giving you
> lengths of rawhide - it's slippery when wet and impossible to do anything
> with when dry. The other place to try is on the Living History UK forum -
> there are various traders in the reenactment world who supply all manner
> of esoteric products.
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