Belfast:- Ammo Boot studs

#1
Or nails, or hobs or whatever they're called.

Anyone got a notion where I could buy some?
 
#4
Yes, chaps I did try all of the City ones. The majority of whom said "eh?"

Did find one place that had a pricely total of 4 and no idea where he could get more.
 
#7
Thanks chaps... But I really need 'em in hand today. I've a feeling I'm not going to win this one.
 
#8
Depot Royal Irish? Try the QM.
 
#9
There is a cobbler over in holywood, he had the contract when the BW were there and needed their brogues doing.
 
#10
Queensman - They are, I fear for a little recreational walting.

Cheers KOR, will try and find him!
 
#11
So, BB, did you go for thumb tacks in the end or what? :wink:
 
#12
para_medic said:
So, BB, did you go for thumb tacks in the end or what? :wink:
Yeah! Go on - how did you get on?

And, I have to ask: What is 'recreational walting'? Do you dress up in Ammo Boots in your off duty hours?
 
#13
And, I have to ask: What is 'recreational walting'? Do you dress up in Ammo Boots in your off duty hours?
Some cadet will no doubt post a thread on this 'attrocity' shortly...

Walting with ...studs...?!!!!! Anybody trying to prove their mettle as a valid and authenticated arrser will be frothing at the mouth now!!!
 
#14
What sort of walting?

If british then flat studs for protecting the leather soles of yer ammo boots, pointy for units operating in mountainous country and drivers shall remain un-studded. Early war as many studs as you can reasonably fit on the sole reducing to the 13 for economy reason by mid-war period.
 

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