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 Post subject: Ranger Scrolls
PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 18:36 pm 
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Folks,

any ideas on who does a 'correct' repro 2nd Rangers scroll ?? Any leads would be great, I know about the ATF ones and they are wronger than a wrong thing on wrong day as they are an amalgam of ww2 and post war designs. I know Andrew Butler had some good ones made up and he should be at Stoneleigh but any other leads ??

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 18:58 pm 
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Any chance you can post up a correct WWII Pattern and I will get Neil on to it.

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With my limited skills of IT I'll try and get one paosted up buddy,

I know Neil is a bit of whizz with this sort of thing, I'll get weaving and speak at Stoneliegh

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With my limited skills of IT I'll try and get one paosted up buddy,

I know Neil is a bit of whizz with this sort of thing, I'll get weaving and speak at Stoneliegh



Roger Out Dave.

Guys, can anyone post up the correct pattern Scroll for us!

Can get things moving then

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Take a look here:

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Thanks Joe,

some great stuff on there, I'll take a pic of my originals Lee and get them posted up BUT who does good quality repros, anybody ??

Cheers Dave

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Posted on behalf of Dave.

photos of Dave's originals

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Ive got some scrolls available free to whoever wants them.
1x ww2 type 2x modern type 2x diamonds


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just to update these scrolls have been claimed and posted cheers :evil:


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Hi.

Bringing this one up again... Where can I get 2nd Ranger scrolls for a late WW2 impression?

Cheers.

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Hi Rob,

the best ones out there at the mo are Andrew Butlers. As you saw I posted the original thread and there are some real howlers out there !!!! :shock: I'll try and dig Andrews web address out for you. I know you spoke to Tony Robertson (Hotchpotch Ranger) if you need anything else then just shout up buddy.

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Hi Rob,

www.6thjune1944.com

Should get you sorted :wink:

Cheers Dave

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Hi Dave.

Thank you for the link, very kind of you.

Cheers. Rob

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