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Re: Forum Hoodies

#91 Post by bradaz11 »

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#92 Post by Christel »

bradaz11 wrote:winar

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Please post if/when you get the hoodie.
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#93 Post by daman »

Back when we could still get to the ranges, on more than one occasion, I posted on the forum about my day only to have another forum member reply that they were shooting in the same comp, or plinking a few lanes down from me.

So, the question to Christel or Dromia - how about getting some merchandise made up with the forum logo so we can recognize each other in real life?

Maybe a patch, or a baseball cap, tee-shirt etc etc

Would possibly raise a few pence towards the running costs as well?

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#94 Post by dromia »

Not sure if they are still available.

Never took any interest as I am not a "hoody" person.


https://www.full-bore.co.uk/viewtopic.p ... it=hoodies
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#95 Post by Christel »

I am happy to contact Ian re any type of garment with the F-B logo on.
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#96 Post by Christel »

Pretty sure 20-series has a hoodie....Blackstuff?
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#97 Post by Geek »

I would be interested in F-B merchandise, such a T-shirt, patch or baseball hat, etc
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Re: Fullbore merchandise

#98 Post by bradaz11 »

I've got some. I had a new one a few months ago. I also use Ian to get all our work clothing done for our site team. if you emal him, and mention fullbore uk, he should have it all saved, and he can apply stuff to whatever garments he has. he has an ebay shop that shows you most of the t shirt / hoody options.
my last hoody was purple with yellow lined hood, logo noprmal, but username and back tag line in yellow (i use my sig)

https://www.ebay.co.uk/str/penhaleembroidery
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#99 Post by Ovenpaa »

I need some stuff as well, I have been moaning to someone about this forages and she keeps bloody ignoring me.
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Re: Fullbore merchandise

#100 Post by 20series »

Yep i still have my hoodie, mind you it seems to have shrunk in the wardrobe over the last few years.. lol

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