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Ww2 Reenactments

Article about: Hey Forum I was really thinking of getting into a reenactment battle one of these years. Im Turning 14 in september and was wondering tips on reenacting like guns, equipment, field gear, and

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    Hey Forum
    I was really thinking of getting into a reenactment battle one of these years. Im Turning 14 in september and was wondering tips on reenacting like guns, equipment, field gear, and etc.
    If you guys could give me tips on them that would be awesome.
    Thanks
    Ryan

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    Cheaper way to go in is to buy gear from reenactors that are leaving the hobby.
    YOur area has some good units

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    Most units that I know of won't let you touch a gun until you are 18, so they make the guys 17 and under into medics.

    At The Front's medic kit is currently on sale for 100 dollars.

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    thanks ill look around and save up for some of the stuff that can be pricy.
    Ryan

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    In my area it 16 with waver form to hold a gun

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    Ft. Mott , N.J. will have one Sept. 24 -25

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    also rockford ill will have the really big reenactment on the 25-26. Thats what i was planing to go join a group for. Because i live close to Rockford.

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    you have to be 16 and have a current firearms license in my region, otherwise its too costly for the unit if a 14 year old gets injured, we prefer avoiding lawsuiits, but look for some Volksturm or Hitlerjugend reenactment units, they'll gladly take you on

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