joining a napoleonic re-enactment society-Sharpes Rifles

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joining a napoleonic re-enactment society-Sharpes Rifles

Postby tony donnellan » Tue Jun 10, 2008 10:01 pm

am not sure if I'm geting thru to anybody, as am a Dad and technologically crap! but if anyone can see this, would like your help. would like to join a Napoleonic Society, preferably a 'Sharpes Rifles' re-enactment group. I usually trade at re-enactment events with my mate-Bernie the Bolt-1 of our Son's works for him. My Wife Nicky, is an historical theaurus, you cant get past her, be warned! We have just done Rockingham Castle and I have just done a wonderful weekend trading in Duncannon Fort in Wexford (Ireland-my home-Drogheda) selling cloth with Bolt and my mate Ian Paterson. I would appreciate any help from you. My e-mail address is tony.donnellan@hotmail.co.uk. Thankyou


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Postby nix » Wed Jun 11, 2008 9:15 am

well u did something right as i can read it, not my period do, your after 95th rifles and i beleve thers a couple of those arround, is it a skirmish unit your after or a rifle unit, do u have licencing or would u be willing to get it, were about in uk are u at.
ther is someone how posts and his pick is of him in 95th type kit, but there are other rifle regiments, and a lot of red coat units do lightdrill aswell, im sure if u hang arround some one will answer.


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Postby nix » Wed Jun 11, 2008 9:17 am

ha found him, dixie post on this forum and he put up post http://www.1st95thrifles.com/index.htm which are nepolionic 95th rifle reg.

hope u u dont mind a medi sending someone your way dixie


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Postby Louis » Wed Jun 11, 2008 2:02 pm

I betcha my skirmish line is bigger than their's 8) 8)
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Postby Tiny Castle » Wed Jun 11, 2008 2:17 pm

OOOH How tempting, all those targets!!!!!



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Postby Dixie » Wed Jun 11, 2008 7:40 pm

nix wrote:ha found him, dixie post on this forum and he put up post http://www.1st95thrifles.com/index.htm which are nepolionic 95th rifle reg.

hope u u dont mind a medi sending someone your way dixie


No worries mate. Like anyone else I am happy to point people in the right direction no matter the period.
Cheers


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Postby Dixie » Wed Jun 11, 2008 10:54 pm

Louis wrote:I betcha my skirmish line is bigger than their's 8) 8)


Maybe, maybe not, I rekon we could give you a run for your money :wink:
See you at Waterloo.
You on the Skirmish forum?
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Postby wurzul » Thu Jun 12, 2008 8:41 am

Try also,
http://www.95th-rifles.org.uk/

There is a 95th Rifles Regiment group for everybody! When the three UK groups co-operate at large events, it is quite a sight.



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Postby Andy R » Thu Jun 12, 2008 9:19 am

Louis wrote:I betcha my skirmish line is bigger than their's 8) 8)


So that's what the 9eme look like now.

Choice.

Last time I saw your lot was Plancenoit 2004, and watching the evoloutions on the field as you moved from line to skirmish line was fantastic.


Good stuff,
Andy


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Postby Louis » Thu Jun 12, 2008 4:58 pm

You on the Skirmish forum?

Didnt know there was one?
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