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    and i made them even better:
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    i dont mind and those look awesome

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    Is the bike a H-D or Indian?

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    A question. I am by no means trying to ridicule anything here at all. But why is this done on flat nice grass field, taking cover behind bales of hay? Uniforms and equipment is top notch, but the environment does not really match this, imo. Not trying to p... anyone off here, just asking.

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    Reenactments like this are for public display. There are tactical events, which the public are not invited to, and then there are events like this that are done for display purposes.

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    Ahhh ok. Makes it more understandable.

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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    Great pics. Never seen anyone doing WW1 Turkish before, so that was interesting.

    Cheers, Ade.
    A pity the man at the back is using a K98k. however the man infront is using a Gew 98

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    Quote by Datrus View Post
    A question. I am by no means trying to ridicule anything here at all. But why is this done on flat nice grass field, taking cover behind bales of hay? Uniforms and equipment is top notch, but the environment does not really match this, imo. Not trying to p... anyone off here, just asking.
    it was also a battle for an air field i think it might have really happened in the open like that because when the veterans who where talking later that day where getting ready to talk i ended up sitting behind a vet that was there but not talking and he said he thought that the scenario was a made up 1 in the begging then realized in the middle of the reenactment that he was actually in that battle back in 1944
    Last edited by ripndip; 11-02-2011 at 07:29 AM.

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