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  • My friend lost his canteen at the Grand Tactical. If you happened to pick it up or know who did please contact him. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Please see forward message for canteen description. Thanks, Bryan Stefancyk --- On Tue, 9/30/08, Thomas wrote: From: Thomas Subject: [1812_ProgressiveCampaigner] Canteen Lost at Grand tatical To: 1812_ProgressiveCampaigner@^$1...
    Bryan Stefancyk Sep 30, 2008
  • My friend lost his canteen at the Grand Tactical. If you happened to pick it up or know who did please contact him. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Please see forward message for canteen description. Thanks, Bryan Stefancyk --- On Tue, 9/30/08, Thomas wrote: From: Thomas Subject: [1812_ProgressiveCampaigner] Canteen Lost at Grand tatical To: 1812_ProgressiveCampaigner@^$1...
    Bryan Stefancyk Sep 30, 2008
  • Sorry this is a little off topic, but I know several people on this list work in the film industry or have worked on films before. Does anyone know what the current Screen Actors Guild rate for a reenactor/extra showing up to set with all their own uniforms and equipment and working for a full day? I'm no stranger to the film industry but I was just wondering what the "standard...
    Bryan Stefancyk Oct 6, 2006
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  • Also please add Uxbridge, MASS in the list of US cities. Thanks, Bryan Stefancyk 1812 US Marine Guard (Boston Detatchment) tdr1812@^$1 wrote: Please add 'Odenton, Maryland' to your list of cities under the United States on the one list. Thank you. Tom Russell Royal Marines [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] The War of 1812: In Europe, thousands fought over the...
    Bryan Stefancyk Jan 21, 2005
  • Dave, I have been to that museum and know exactly what you are talking about. Did you already contact the museum about this - I do not know how they would feel about dis-assembling their collection. The museum staff may be able to send you measurements and pictures. Good luck, Bryan Stefancyk 1812 US Marine Guard - Boston Detachment David Lynch wrote: The Ford Mansion museum at the...
    Bryan Stefancyk Dec 8, 2004
  • I am not dividing the hobby - it is a place for like minded people to interact. You can be members of both online groups - I am a member of 40 groups. Bryan Stefancyk John-Paul Johnson wrote: Sir: While I applaud your efforts, the �hard-cores� and the rank-and-file re-enactors on this list have come to a sort of �entente cordiale� after the last flame war that erupted over...
    Bryan Stefancyk Sep 1, 2004
  • Another thing that seperates authentics in 18th century and 1812 is facial hair! Shave it off - it will not hurt! Facial hair absolutely destroys an impression - of course if for some crazy reason it is documented to your impression... but in reality shave it off - we want to portray the norm. Just my two cents worth, Bryan --- In WarOf1812@^$1, Bryan Stefancyk wrote: > Also check...
    Bryan Stefancyk Aug 31, 2004
  • Kevin, I agree...The mark of a ture hardcore Brit is one who is clean!!! Brass clean enough > to blind a pencil seller!! > CLEAN CLEAN CLEAN!!! DRILL DRILL DRILL!!! > > Hardcore is spit and polish and well drilled. --- In WarOf1812@^$1, "Kevin Windsor" wrote: > This is what I can't figue out here is that hardcore is being associated > with dirty filthy etc. > Maybe that is okay for...
    Bryan Stefancyk Aug 31, 2004
  • Also check out the great article by progressive Rev. War reenactor Todd Post at: http://www.revwarprogressive.org/ under "Philosophy." Cheers, Bryan Stefancyk Kevin Windsor wrote: This is what I can't figue out here is that hardcore is being associated with dirty filthy etc. Maybe that is okay for ACW confederates, but for 1812 British Regulars NO WAY!!! The mark of a ture hardcore...
    Bryan Stefancyk Aug 31, 2004
  • Hardcore is not about getting as dirty as possible, believe it or not! It is being as authentic as possible be it in clothing, food, drill, mind-set (first person), etc... Research is the name of the game, not guess work, or do what everyone else is doing. For example some units want to do things that look cool, when in reality they never were documented to happen. Not all...
    Bryan Stefancyk Aug 31, 2004