Ramsay00105
Ramsay00105
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Joined: Jan 31, 2007
Last seen: Sep 3, 2022
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RE: How do I book a ticket?

Booked and will be Brit airborne. Now to see which weapons I can get working reliably.

2 years ago
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Re: brit kit of the krrc

You haven't said where you are. There are two museums in Winchester to contact. The Rifles and the RGJ museums http://riflesmuseum.co....

8 years ago
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Re: RIP Tim England "Pride"

RIP Tim Pleasure to attend games and socials with him. Just such a shame he has proved himself right when he said he did not come from a long lived l...

8 years ago
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Re: SOF ammo boots

The SOF boots I have ended up as my best boots. The leather is thin and the metalwork is thin. They have polished up well and are comfortable to wear....

9 years ago
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Re: Join the Poor Bloody Infantry - new allied group.

Isn't a catch all for the entire globe for most of the Commonwealth countries a set of Battle Dress for Italy and Europe and Khaki Drill for North/Sou...

9 years ago
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Re: Join the Poor Bloody Infantry - new allied group.

I support the aim of getting information together for a generic British and Commonwealth look. You can then co-ordinate for the events coming up. Dec...

9 years ago
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Re: Join the Poor Bloody Infantry - new allied group.

What Yith said and; The current PBI is mainly a Living History group. Only Gadge, McVickers and I take part in Airsoft and then not under an organised...

9 years ago
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Re: Tan and water camo?

I think I have also not shot you in the front before because I thought you were a British Para.

10 years ago
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Re: Badge/Patch Identification

:rofl: BTW,this can't be right, it's a 49 pattern battledress, and that's a 1984 joke. Farb. well mine was a 1936 joke. And even '84 was '48, so ...

10 years ago
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Re: Badge/Patch Identification

It is very rare then as they were all purged by ThinkPol and the records corrected at MinTruth.

10 years ago
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Re: Airborne Sidearm

A more proper adaption is to replace an ammo pouch with a brace attachment and fix the holster and pistol mag pouch in front of it. Hanging the holst...

10 years ago
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Re: Badge/Patch Identification

We may not be the best source for identifying this. It looks like the flaming grenade that is used as an identification symbol by many French Infantry...

10 years ago
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Re: Boots for NCO

For WWII Black leather laces. Keep them will dubbined. Even then they will break quite often. DMS boots would use normal "football" boot la...

10 years ago
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Re: Boots for NCO

Thanks for the great info! Your right about the slouch hat, however im not trying to be totally 100% pure and the slouch hat is the icon of the burma ...

10 years ago
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Re: Boots for NCO

I agree KD worn by all troops during the initial Burma campaign. You mention you have a Slouch hat, these are not worn by British units until the oper...

10 years ago
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Re: Boots for NCO

British NCO in Burma would be black Ammo boots. Infantry would wear JG's not KD's while in Burma. KD's would be worn in India when out of the operatio...

10 years ago
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