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WWI Action Cover

Article about: I got this in today's mail - looking for information about the unit, etc. It is marked M.E. Co. 1914, 19. MAN- 19th Manchester. It also has a tag marked 63rd Regiment of Foot - the pre-WWI u

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    Thanks, Mark. Timing is everything - not anyone's fault but my own here. Live and learn. I should have been leery of IMA after the sling fiasco of last year. We'll see what they say.

    Have a Happy New Year!!


    COL, U.S. Army (Ret.)

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    Return policy or not, IMA misrepresented something that they sold to you and they need to make it right.
    Looking for WWII U.S. dog tags

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    IMA sells garbage.

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    I helped IMA when they came to my groups reenactment and they were selling a lot of "original" Items that the guy told me that they completely "restored". They told all the customers they were 100% original but he told me they completley sanded and refinished most items, replaced parts or used post war parts. And their repros look like crap as said before IMA sells garbage -Ben

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