rings intertwined in a pattern to form a mesh make up our Chainmail Hauberk, a
sort of armor we wear. Between the 3rd century BC to the 16th century AD, it
was widely used in Europe's military and Asia and North Africa for much longer.
A hauberk or byrnie is a common name for this type of armor coat. If you're
concerned about edged weapons or certain other types of penetration, this
Chainmail Hauberk will keep you safe. Four elements, such as the linking, the
material utilized, the weave density, and the ring thickness of the wire,
affect its resistance to firearms.