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WRF at the Forks of the Delaware Historical Arms Society Gun/ Militaria Show

Article about: Hi Folks, I just got home from what was definitely the best gun/ militaria show I've ever been to. I'm not only talking about the selection/ prices of items (there was a wide range of items

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    I saw that canteen on friday night and tried to pull out the stopper. It did not come out. So to me it is not W.W.2. The new section is the part where the public enters. The old section is where the members get in. Next time have your friend get you a exhibitors badge and come on friday night.You will see more items and buy for much better prices. This is my personal experience and I am a Life Member. Rich A. in Pa.
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    Well said, Josh and Paul! I REALLY need to get a new cell phone... my photo of Bill and I is such poor quality.

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    I saw that canteen on friday night and tried to pull out the stopper. It did not come out. So to me it is not W.W.2. The new section is the part where the public enters. The old section is where the members get in. Next time have your friend get you a exhibitors badge and come on friday night.You will see more items and buy for much better prices. This is my personal experience and I am a Life Member. Rich A. in Pa.
    My canteen WAS in the new section... BUT, The stopper on mine comes out fine and the canteen smells really bad inside.... The wool cover is also thread bare and has moth nips here and there. Even if it ends up being fake, it was only $10...

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    Kyle are you really saying you haven't heard of the Band of Brothers ??
    No, is that bad? Need to see if I can watch it

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    Far from being bad Kyle, you've got to watch it!...
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    My own tid-bit, NEVER,NEVER,NEVER try on original helmets !!! As tempting as it may be, you can rip the liner, etc. and a ripped liner in an original SS lid, ....well we all know the outcome. Also advice, at my own expense yet again, be extremely careful when handling other collectors/vendors items !!!!!! I went to move a sword, which was not secured in the scabbard properly and unfortunately the sword slid out onto the floor, hilt first .......breaking the guard loop. Fortunately, the owner was a good friend, and only beat me slightly .......I still feel horrible Iggy !!!!!!!! ......anyhow, my "2 cents" has turned into like $10, i must actually get to bed, back to work tom. I am adding my pic with Bill as well, enjoy ..... i hope to see some more of you all in February !!!!!!!
    New idea, I'll fake put it on, by holding it above my head but it looks on

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    No, is that bad? Need to see if I can watch it
    You'll love it. It's like Sesame Street but with guns and sh!t....
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    lol

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    This thread has made me SOOOO jealous!!
    My only tangible connection to the brothers is the HBO box set that I watch on a regular basis!!!
    Cheers, Dan
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    This thread has made me SOOOO jealous!!
    My only tangible connection to the brothers is the HBO box set that I watch on a regular basis!!!
    Cheers, Dan
    Same here!....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    Kyle, watch this... it's a short montage about the vet that Josh and I met. He is one of the few surviving members of Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne from World War II. Sgt. "Wild Bill" Guarnere jumped into Normandy on D-Day, jumped into Holland for Operation Market-Garden, and helped defend Bastogne during the Battle of the Bulge.

    After meeting the REAL "Wild Bill", I'd say the actor did an amazing job!



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    As long as his health holds, I think "Wild Bill" will keep on attending these shows and reenactments. If he's at the next one, I'll grab a few autographs for the members here!

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