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    Ride Sharing, Pickett's Mill

    Folks,is there anyone going south thru KY on I-75 to PM?I am looking to share a ride down to this PM in a few weeks.I will of course pay for my fair share of gas.I will be with Company A under Mr....
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    I'm interested in the trousers,if they are still...

    I'm interested in the trousers,if they are still for sale.
  3. Will,I'm interested in the sword,if it's still...

    Will,I'm interested in the sword,if it's still available.
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    I personally see that after the 150s are...

    I personally see that after the 150s are over,there is going to be more interests in campaigner tacticals (like a Picket Post) and living histories.How does one top,say,the 15th Iowa of Shiloh?You...
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    One way to hide your neck is to wear a cravet.It...

    One way to hide your neck is to wear a cravet.It won't work at every event you do,especially for late war,but wearing one for early-mid war is a great way to to make the neck look at little...
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    Very good my man.I love the lack of color as used...

    Very good my man.I love the lack of color as used in shading and shadowing.It seems almost real,for some odd reason.This work is amazing.Do I smell a children's book (maybe even a young adult's book)...
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    The first link won't work.This link will work to...

    The first link won't work.This link will work to show you the jacket.Sorry for the tech problems.
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.546981943451.1073741825.181000554&type=1&l=ee18bf2945
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    WTS:Holiday jacket

    Folks,I have for sale an Andrew Kasmar made Holiday jacket.I wear a size 40,and it fits fine.It should fit someone up to a size 46.The material appears to be Tart sumac jean cloth lined in both...
  9. Do you have any 1850s whiskey labels?I am going...

    Do you have any 1850s whiskey labels?I am going to start an apprenticeship at the Homeplace of LBL in June,and figure I could use an 1850s label for some of the impressions.
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    You could also use a foam crate that meats come...

    You could also use a foam crate that meats come in.I remember making one in 2nd grade art class that was pretty easy.Just do as Brett suggests,and than you can just paint right over it in no...
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    This isn't bad.It almost looks like stuff you...

    This isn't bad.It almost looks like stuff you would see in a children's book.I like it.
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    WTS:Civilian linen vest

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    I am selling a civilian liene vest.I do not know the maker,but I did buy it off of the AC a few years ago.I do not wear the vest and it is a little too big on me.I wear a size 40,so it...
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    Caleb,I also suggest a good pocket knife.That...

    Caleb,I also suggest a good pocket knife.That will help you in the field as much as a good pair of brogans and a canteen.
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    A good match safe and lots of matches,along with...

    A good match safe and lots of matches,along with a period journal.The journal can be useful for passing the time,period wise.The paper can be used to start fires and to help when nature calls.Anyone...
  15. Although,indguard,didn't the autopsy reports...

    Although,indguard,didn't the autopsy reports state that they found no real sign of bone damage to the remains?Mind you,they couldn't test muscle or brain matter as that had decayed a long time...
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    Best advice is break your brogans in right...

    Best advice is break your brogans in right now.You will probably be doing a good deal of marching,and if you're brogans are broken in,it will save you blisters.A week before the event,hydrate.Drink...
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    My advice is to avoid the Weller coat.IMHO,the...

    My advice is to avoid the Weller coat.IMHO,the Weller is far too often seen amongest CS reenactors.The Weller coat is documented to a Pvt. Weller of the 4th Kentucky Infantry,so kinda a western...
  18. I have a copy of the Holiday jacket from Echos...

    I have a copy of the Holiday jacket from Echos made by Andrew.That has to be one of the finest jackets I have seen.The craftsmenship on the coat is bar none some of the best I have seen.If you want...
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    Sent you a message regarding #5 hat.I am very...

    Sent you a message regarding #5 hat.I am very interested.
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    If you were cav,you would get one issued to...

    If you were cav,you would get one issued to you.If you're artillery,you have a cannon,so no worries.But infantry,you had to become an officer before you could drop the musket for a saber.But we know...
  21. David,I missread your post.I thought you were...

    David,I missread your post.I thought you were doing 1840s impression.Frank has the best advice.Listen to your home unit.Another way to develop that impression is to visit museums and read first...
  22. Honestly,just 1840s work clothing would work best...

    Honestly,just 1840s work clothing would work best if you're doing civilian.If you're doing military,than you'll need to learn the Federal regulations for the impression.So a mixture of work clothes...
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    Sir,I am interested in the wheel cap.How do I...

    Sir,I am interested in the wheel cap.How do I contact you?
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    Yes,most brass today is incorrect,and it would...

    Yes,most brass today is incorrect,and it would attach simply by bending the loops down/up to keep them attached like the pins today.
  25. Look up the Tinder Box in New Zealand.I don't...

    Look up the Tinder Box in New Zealand.I don't have his link right now,but just do a quick search for them,and you will see some amazing clay pipes that will fit for everything from 1830s-1920s.
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