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    That's the 'Net for ya, huh GAW? That project is just about AR-irrelevant; you could use pretty near anything to build something like that collar. Try anything you like or have a little of just lying around collecting dust. As mail projects that size go, you don't need very many of the larger rings at all. You need the most connectors.
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    A wonderful lady...
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    your other option to be stronger is to use stronger material. e.g. aluminum < steel < titanium.
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    After a little more than 2 year I have finally finished my Jolly Roger. Now I need to have a frame made for it so I can mount it on the back of my Trackchair for the St.Louis Renaissance Festival. The official ring count is 15,395 16g 1/4" rings.
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    Stainless Steel JPL3 necklace with a steel helmeted skull Mjolnir pendant. Necklace measures 20 inches in length and is finished with a steel lobster clasp.

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    I would think that using copper posts is a bad idea. The reasons are fairly straightforward: 1) Copper is inherently not clean. It tarnishes readily. This is 100% against a primary rule of piercings, which is to keep pierced areas clean. 2) If the person has an allergy to copper, a rod of it shoved into their head is a bad way to find out. 3) Materials like copper have a tendancy to cause allergies after prolonged use, never mind copper's inherent side-effects that can cause problems. I can see the wish to have a solid copper earring for sale/style value, but I think with a bit of research you will find a lot of reasons why stainless and plastic dominate the piercing market.