Reenactment Vendors

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Re: Reenactment Vendors

Post by Darkfisher » 04 Feb 2011 08:45

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Re: Reenactment Vendors

Post by alsmithee » 01 Jul 2011 23:28

Hi all, new poster. I asked the Collecting -> Uniform subforum for help and someone guided me here. I was looking for a Hitler or NSDAP party uniform for a comedy video, I know people take their re-enacting very seriously here and I know what I ask for might not be the most historically accurate representation, but any help would be appreciated.

what I am looking to accomplish in particular is a recreation of this image
http://www.gamerecoil.com/stuff/hitler2.jpg

Again, a game from the 90s isn't exactly the most historically accurate depiction I know. I've looked into sites like Replicaters.com but they seem to get mixed reviews from customers here, so I was hoping to see if others had good recs since sites like Atthefront tend to cater only to battlefield gear

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Re: Reenactment Vendors

Post by Newton30 » 09 Jul 2011 16:24

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Re: Reenactment Vendors

Post by siling » 21 Oct 2011 11:21

Thanks to Drew Maynard for that list, nice work and really helpful.

I found a few dead links though-

Castle Keep Ltd. (USA) http://www.reenact.com

Dutchie's Militaria (USA) http://www.dutchiesmilitaria.com

Grigsby Militaria (USA) http://www.grigsbymilitaria.com

Pocket Trash (USA) http://www.pockettrash.com

Quartermaster Militaria (USA) http://members.aol.com/QMmilitaria/QM.html

Reenactorstuff (World Wide Auctions) http://www.reenactorstuff.com

Stahladler (Canada) http://www.stahladler.com

WW2 Militaria (Hong Kong) http://www.ww2militaria-kcs.com

*edit- 1 new addition as well-

http://hikishop.net/

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Re: Reenactment Vendors

Post by nihil » 16 Nov 2011 13:55

World at War Militaria

http://www.world-at-war.dk

Danish ww2 vendor, with German and American kit. British to follow soon.

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Re: Reenactment Vendors

Post by wwiichap » 16 Nov 2011 16:16

Castle Keep Ltd. (USA) http://www.reenact.com ----- based in my city, still sells at some shows and ebay I believe

Grigsby Militaria (USA) http://www.grigsbymilitaria.com ------ out of business, some people are still looking for him

Dutchie's Militaria (USA) http://www.dutchiesmilitaria.com ------ still in business, not sure whats wrong with the site



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Re: Reenactment Vendors

Post by HGBerger » 04 Dec 2011 10:26

Hello all, I would like to add www.lederarsenal.com
Although the english version is not online yet google translater can help you there in case you cannot read German. Although not listed yet I also make WWI German marching boots and the 1915 Schnuerschuh /lowboot model. In case you are interested just contact me.
Best regards from Germany
J.H.Berger

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Re: Reenactment Vendors

Post by eldar1 » 04 Jan 2013 06:58

I found a site that has boots for german officers ww2 airforce fo russia engaland germany japan. They are expensive but they are made here in the states and are custom made.By the way the boots are Han solos ,yeah the have movie boots as well. The site is Http://motorcowboyboots.com

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Re: Reenactment Vendors

Post by jtemple507 » 10 Feb 2013 12:02

Some things to note about At The Front: 1) They are losing their supplies of German uniform parts. For example, there are no tunics in stock, nor basic shirts. The only thing they seem to have uniform-wise is ORIGINAL pants. I've been told that you should only use original stuff when it's the only option, so that leaves the German stuff out of the question if I buy there. However, they do have a large range of US stuff. Didn't bother to look at the Japanese stuff. 2) If you are in Germany or France, no swastikas are allowed whatsoever. So you have to be careful what's on the caps and such if you're buying German gear.
Shooting 'em down in flames!

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Re: Reenactment Vendors

Post by Fidena » 11 Apr 2013 06:31

Seems like Lost Battalions is down, don't know if it's just a fluke or not.

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Re: Reenactment Vendors

Post by SIGGY » 26 Apr 2013 07:15

I make WW2 Leather military aviation unit patches , USAAF/USN/USMC , In the US only please , my photo link site is
http://s1334.photobucket.com/user/EMBLE ... ry/Patches

I can be contacted at my e mail for orders .
WeBeEmblems@aol.com

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SIGGY
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Re: Reenactment Vendors

Post by SIGGY » 24 May 2013 05:33

SIGGY wrote:I make WW2 Leather military aviation unit patches , USAAF/USN/USMC , In the US only please , my photo link site is
http://s1334.photobucket.com/user/EMBLE ... ry/Patches

I can be contacted at my e mail for orders .
WeBeEmblems@aol.com

Johnny
Just added a 86th Fighter Squadron "Commanches" patch to my photobucket link I made, will be adding a US Navy PT boat Torpron 5 patch in about a week , check out the site and thanks for looking !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Johnny

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Re: Reenactment Vendors

Post by eldar1 » 25 May 2013 08:40

motorcowboy boots[ CA.USA] www.motorcowyboyboots.com .They make custom boots to your measurements.For officiers tall riding boots go to thier movie section and look for the Han Solo boots .They will make them to your size and yes they will make them with leather soles.Also check out thier boots under the reenacment saection.They have two patterns of Lufftwaffe boots ,two patterns of RAF boots,Patton's boots and AAF class A shoe's. These arnt cheap but they are the best. :milwink:

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Re: Reenactment Vendors

Post by nihil » 09 Aug 2013 13:38

World at War Militaria

http://www.world-at-war.dk/

Located in Denmark. Supplies mainly German uniforms and equipment, but are also stocking a limited selection of US items.

Have been supplying uniforms and equipment for Danish movies, museums and tv-productions.

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Re: Reenactment Vendors

Post by KingsOfPortugal » 25 Sep 2013 19:17

Interesting, thank you for the list and reviews.
I want to buy a German Iron Cross and im about to buy it at Epic Militaria, although I don't know if it is legal at Portugal, i've been searching but i can't found anything about it.
If someone could tell me something about if it is the right place for me to buy it, and if it is legal to own a iron cross here in Portugal.
Thank you! :milwink:

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