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[Sticky] Where Can I Buy Resistance / Civilian Kit

 
(@anonymous)
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charity shops are always worth a look too. never know what you may find!

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Topic starter Posted : 24/01/2007 3:39 pm
(@anonymous)
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lol ive gotta get myself a farmer load out shotgun and pitchfork

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Topic starter Posted : 24/01/2007 3:48 pm
 Yith
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For H&S remember to put corks on the end of the pitchfork... ;)

Farmers at re-enactment events always seem to have them... hehe

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Posted : 24/01/2007 3:50 pm
(@anonymous)
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If you're in West Yorkshire at Haworth theres a vintage clothes store-sell everything from 1920s to 1950s including some (not much) military. well worth visiting around 19th-20th May as its their wartime weekend.

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Topic starter Posted : 30/04/2007 6:57 pm
Helga Geerhart
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got an address for the place in Haworth Andy ? sounds like an ideal place for a bike ride (with my panniers) nice ice cream there too


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Posted : 30/04/2007 7:11 pm
(@anonymous)
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do you know the Edinburgh woollens mill shop at the top of the town? Go down the steep hill, the vintage clothes shop is on the right off the road to the park-its opposite the old chemists (approx) and near to the memorial.

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Topic starter Posted : 30/04/2007 7:16 pm
Helga Geerhart
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top stuff will endevour a visit there in the very near future, thanks Andy :D


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Posted : 30/04/2007 7:18 pm
(@anonymous)
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btw if you want some very esoteric SOE esque things Andy Kirkham who attends the Original Reenactors Market (google TORM) makes all kinds of nasties such as tyre slasher, hat pin dagger and so on...

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Topic starter Posted : 30/04/2007 7:23 pm
 Yith
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If you're in the Sheffield Area then Langtons Antiques on London Road have quite a selection of old (sorry I mean Antique) clothing available.

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Posted : 01/05/2007 8:38 am
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