Ok and i'll ask if it's ok to bring my whip to use in place of a baton as i like that sort of thing :STattooDog said:You may want to give the staff a call and ask them whether you can wear CS95.
Also, ask them about the leather gear too, and whether PVC would be better as it's waterproof and more comfortable. Apparently.
Ah thanx thats ideal, those black holdall/rucksacks they give you at Raleigh though just aren't big enough! Ah well, it will make a nice running weight now xDKarma said:The courses usually end up with a mix of CS95 and No4s, but if you have CS95 then I'd take it; from the practicality and comfort perspective as much as anything else.
Nutty: Ships Protection Organisation, newfangled invention Ships Coy with rifles. RNR GSSR do it.
Yes i'd go with that, joing instructions are a form of order. The inner Mcnab is a constant evil twin to most reservists involved someway or another with guns. It was certainly evident in the "new gun for the teams" thread.clanky said:The answer to your dillema is simple. Rock up in 4s, with a copy of your joining instructions in your back pocket. You are then officially in the correct rig, your grip is half as heavy, and you wont look like just another dabber feeding his "inner McNabb".
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