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Cedar Park, TX
#4
Agreed with the others. Definitely avoid buying uniforms from them. They are very over-priced and accuracy is questionable at best. I think the Quartermaster shop makes their uniforms for them. The civilian clothes are OK, but, definitely run as far as you can from the military stuff!

For slightly less money, go with these folks. They have done their homework and you will end up with a very good product that will last you years and have good resale value.
https://www.bnbtart.com/index.html - uniforms
http://wwandcompany.com/ - more uniforms
https://www.facebook.com/GooberGrabberHeadwear/ - hats
http://www.dirtybillyshats.com/ - more hats. Follow his advice on his civil war page regarding confederate hats. A good 'beehive' hat in brown, black, or tan will suit you well.
https://www.fugawee.com/foot-wear/civil-war/mens/boots/knee-high/ - decent boots
http://www.missouribootandshoe.com/military--civilian-boots.html - some of the very best boots on the market as well as accoutrements
 
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Tucson, Arizona
#5
Also, always check with your unit to see whom they recommend. There are a number of regional vendors that do as well as the 'big guys' for a bit better price, and its possible they even give your unit's members a slight discount. My rule of thumb... if your mates aren't familiar with a particular vendor, but curiosity prompts you to buy from them, start with something small and then compare quality with some of the more established brands.
 

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