Scouts-L Mail Archive for November of 1998: Re: bugles $19.97
Re: bugles $19.97
Sun, 15 Nov 1998 14:18:02 -0600
>The Sportsman's Guide lists a bugle for $19.97. "New gleaming brass
>Mil.-Style Bugle replicates those issued to British cavalry...
>Each brass Bugle has a removable mothpiece connected with chain to
>prevent loss. The handle is wrapped in red, black and yellow
>cord...complete with large, decorative tassels. Fully functional...
>Weighs 12-ozs., and is 4x101/4" overall. Condition: brand new with
>slight age tarnish, but easily cleans up to a shimmering golden shine.
>L8M-27057 is the order number.
>Sportsmans Guide has a webpage at: http://www.sportsmansguide.com
>Not affiliated (blah-blah) I have ordered from them and they are a good
Hi Jim and other folks,
I've ordered these bugles...they're available from many places such as
civil war recreationist supply catalogues....the problem is that they are
very difficult to play. They're more of a "decorator" item than they are a
musical instrument. Our troop has two of them and one original BSA issue
bugle. The BSA issue is twice as easy to play.
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