You're welcome. It's nice that having spent time and effort trying to help somebody out, they demonstrate such sound character qualities by ensuring that the tone of their response does not cause offense; and this is despite my advice having not been to the recipients satisfaction.
I had assumed that you meant brass in colour rather than solid brass; this was not clear and you also assume that we all have prior knowledge of what badges Gnr WO1s are issued. Indeed, perhaps I could invite you to find your own way in future.
1. He used smileys and irony in his reply unlike your curt, ungrateful responses.
2. You have posted this request for help in the RLC Forum when you are actually after a Master Gunner's badge (try the RA forum maybe or even speak to others in your regiment). You have used the excuse that it is the same as a Conductor's badge, which I doubt (I am familiar with the Conductors badge and I believe it is only for them; all other WO1's wear the standard badge I think (?). This could be interpreted as an attempt to suggest that the two appointments are of equal status (which is not true).
3. You have ignored any advice proferred in favour of a childish 'pot, kettle, black' approach. I suggest you return to your own forum or hope that the item 'drop-shorts' into your lap.
WO1 Master Gunners RA First Class used to wear the Royal Arms in Wreath above Gun, but then all First & Second Class Gunners were classed together when they appointed a 'Royal Artillery Warrant Officer' (Who I believe wears a copy of the RA Helmet Plate) then all WO1 Master Gunners RA wore the Royal Arms above Gun. Recent developments have seen the 'Master Gunner, School of Artillery' starting to wear the Royal Arms in Wreath above Gun again.
I have not seen a brass 'Royal Arms in Wreath' for a long time, and not that many annodised ones like on eBay for that matter!
Aha, I recognise a question regarding the visable band of the electromagnetic spectrum when I see one. Perhaps someone on the Royal Signals forum can help us with telling the difference between Dark Brown and Tan; I gather that they seem to think they're the custodians of that particular field of study.