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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2008 17:50 pm 
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how far down should i put my ranger patch on my m41

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I was about to say 1/2 inch - then I though hang on, do Rangers put it lower :?

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1/2 inch :wink:

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Like the man said, between 1 inch to 1/2 an inch.

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mine is 1/2 inch i think.

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this explains everything mate its from a uniform regulations booklet mate :wink:

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However, if I was you, I wouldn't wear my WWII overseas stripes in the exact position in that drawing.... :lol:

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yea mate that is rong there, think they are suppose to be about 3 4 inches up from the bottem of the sleeve :shock:

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