Re: Cheap Campaign Hats???
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Thu, 23 Jul 1998 05:39:08 +0000
"Rodney D. Hughes" <rohughes@COMP.UARK.EDU> gave me an excuse to
post information that may be of interest to a lot of Scouters:
>We have an Army Surlus store that carries a campain hat that looks
>similar to the B.S.A. model. They run around $18. Some are
>cheaper depending on the condidtion of them. Then you can order
>the leather band that goes around it from the B.S.A. catalog.
Also, check out flea markets and yard sales for similar type deals.
I got the Hat page finally up on the Insignia site. Take a look at
it and see some of the hats the BSA wore in its past and present.
While I'm at it, the Insignia site has has a small face-lift
because many Scouters suggested it. I've added two other pages,
but I still need (pllleeeaaassseee!) a scan of a Tot'em Chip PATCH.
If your Council uses the patch and has it scanned, please send me
privately a copy of it. I'll be happy to credit you and your
Council for the submission.
>Scoutmaster, Troop 142
>On Wed, 22 Jul 1998, Ogden W. Rogers, Ph.D. wrote:
>> Dear all Scouts-L:
>> I know this is heresy...but I'll ask anyway. I have a patrol
> that is
>> considering uniforming themselves in the "campaign hat"... but
>> overwhelmed by the cost of the official BSA product. Does
> anybody know of a
>> hat manufacturer, store, outlet, catalog, etc that sells a
>> facsimile at a cheaper price? I don't subscribe to scouts-L, so
>> responses to me privately, thanks,
>> Ogden Rogers, Ph.D.
>> University of Wisconsin-River Falls
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