Adventure 1 supply Hackles and Plumes in Glasgow and can delivery nationwide if required
Adventure 1 supply Hackles and Plumes in Glasgow and can delivery nationwide if required. We are a local supplies based in Glasgow city centre and have been providing good quality Hackles and Plumes to local Glasgow based military units. Our shop is based in Dundas Street which is just next to queen street station and we keep stock of Hackles and Plumes and most of our other military supplies so that you can come in and see the products before you buy them.
Royal Regiment Of Scotland.
The royal regiment of Scotland is made up of many regiments.The Royal Scots is the oldest Regiment as it was founded in 1633. It has 149 Battle Honours and they began at Tangier in 1680 right through the war in the Gulf.
The King's Own Scottish Borderer's was established in 1689. It to has a glorious history. Men of the KOSB served at the Somme, Gallipoli, Ypres, Korea and Iraq. The Regiment previously resisted the merger with the Royal Scots around 1991. These Regiments became the 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland.We have in stock the Royal regiment of Scotland stable belts,badges and hackles.
The Royal Scots merged with the other Scottish Infantry Regiments and became The Royal Regiment of Scotland. tHE 1ST BATTALION became The Royal Scots Battalion. This Battalion then merged with The King’s Own Scottish Borderer's become The Royal Scots Borderer's and now 1 SCOTS or 1st Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.
The Royal Highland Fusiliers which is the 2nd Battalion, 2 Scots in a infantry battalion in the Royal Regiment of Scotland.Before March 2006, the Royal Highland Fusiliers was created by a blend of the Royal Scots Fusiliers and the Highland Light Infantry or HLI.
The Black Watch, 3 Scots or the, 3rd Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.It has a glorious history and is an infantry battalion.
The Highlanders combined with the Seaforth, Camerons and Gordons are now the 4th Battalion, Royal Regiment of Scotland. Or 4 Scots. This is a an infantry battalion.
On June 2013, The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Balaklava company 5 Scots was formed. A Company of around 100 and now mainly used for ceremonial duties. The history goes away back for 1795 .
6 SCOTS is an Army Reserve Infantry battalion.
7 SCOTS is another proud Army Reserve Infantry battalion.