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THE ROYAL IRISH REGIMENT

(27th (Inniskilling) 83rd and 87th and Ulster Defence Regiment)

THE ROYAL IRISH REGIMENT
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Royal Irish Regiment

The Royal Irish Regiment is the last remaining Irish infantry regiment of the line. The 1st Battalion is based in Tern Hill, Shropshire and forms part of 16 Air Assault Brigade.

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1 R IRISH, 2 R IRISH, Faugh A Ballagh, Clear the Way, OP BANNER, NORTHERN IRELAND, VETERAN, OP TELIC, IRAQ, OP HERRICK, AFGHANISTAN,NORTHERN IRELAND VETERAN, FALKLANDS VETERAN, GULF WAR VETERAN, KOSOVA VETERAN, BOSNIA VETERAN , IRAQ WAR VETERAN, AFGHANISTAN VETERAN, ARMY CADETS, Combined Cadet Force.

The Royal Irish Regiment

The Royal Irish Regiment

The Royal Irish Regiment
paracord bracelet

The Royal Irish Regiment
paracord bracelet with laser
engraved stainless steel plate

Type of fastening
Exact wrist size
Type of fastening
Exact wrist size
Engraved text required
Standard 15mm black plastic buckle
Small stainless steel D ring shackle
Small black stainless steel D ring shackle
Full size stainless steel D ring shackle
Full size black stainless steel D ring shackle

Stainless steel cadet plates

Royal Irish Regiment
The Royal Irish Regiment Regiment
The Royal Irish Regiment Regiment

Lightweight Royal Irish Regiment Regiment
paracord bracelet.

Lightweight Royal Irish Regiment Regiment
paracord bracelet with laser
engraved stainless steel plate

Type of buckle
Exact wrist size
Type of fastening
Exact wrist size
Text required
Buckles

Royal Irish Regiment lightweight paracord wristbands
These are 12mm wide compared to around 20mm for the standard wristband. These have the centre removed, and come complete with a choice of black breakaway buckle, or small black or silver stainless steel D ring shackle.
Also available with a range of small laser engraved stainless steel plates.

Royal Irish Regiment

OLDER/DISBANDED/MERGED/AMALGAMATED REGIMENTS

The Royal Irish Rangers
The Royal Irish Rangers came into being on 1 July 1968 through the amalgamation of the three remaining Irish infantry regiments of the British Army:

The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

The Royal Ulster Rifles

The Royal Irish Fusiliers

The Royal Irish Rangers

The Royal Irish Rangers

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Royal Irish Regiment

The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers was an Irish infantry regiment of the British Army formed in 1881 by the amalgamation of the 27th (Inniskilling) Regiment of Foot and the 108th Regiment of Foot (Madras Infantry). It saw service in the South African War, the First World War and the Second World War, before being amalgamated into the Royal Irish Rangers in 1968.

The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

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Royal Irish Regiment

Royal Ulster Rifles paracord bracelet
The Royal Ulster Rifles (formerly Royal Irish Rifles) was a British Army infantry regiment. It saw service in the Second Boer War, Great War, the Second World War and the Korean War, before being amalgamated into the Royal Irish Rangers in 1968.

The Royal Ulster Rifles

Royal Ulster Rifles

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Royal Irish Regiment

Royal Irish Fusiliers paracord bracelet
The Royal Irish Fusiliers was an Irish infantry regiment of the British Army, formed by the amalgamation of the 87th (Prince of Wales's Irish) Regiment of Foot and the 89th (The Princess Victoria's) Regiment of Foot in 1881. The regiment's first title in 1881 was Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers), changed in 1920 to The Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria's). Between the time of its formation and Irish independence, it was one of eight Irish regiments. In 1968 the regiment was amalgamated with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers and the Royal Ulster Rifles to become the Royal Irish Rangers.

The Royal Irish Fusiliers

Royal Irish Fusiliers

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Royal Irish Regiment

The Ulster Defence Regiment
The Ulster Defence Regiment (UDR) was an infantry regiment of the British Army. It became operational in 1970, formed on similar lines to other British reserve forces but with the operational role of defence of life or property in Northern Ireland against armed attack or sabotage. The UDR replaced the Ulster Special Constabulary ("B-Specials") along with a separate police reserve, to assist the regular Armed Forces. It was the largest infantry regiment in the British Army, formed with seven battalions and an extra four added within two years

The Ulster Defence Regiment

The Ulster Defence Regiment

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Royal Irish Regiment

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MAKE SURE THAT YOU ORDER THE EXACT SIZE OF YOUR WRIST i.e. 7" OR 18cm WE WILL MAKE SURE THAT WE ADD ENOUGH SO THAT THE BRACELET IS NOT TOO TIGHT.

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Royal Irish Regiment

PARACORD DOG COLLARS IN REGIMENTAL COLOURS

These collars are made with 550 Paracord,in various colours, according to the unit chosen. Each collar will contain a miniumum of 20" of paracord. They are machine washable and every bit as durable as a nylon collar, if not more.

The Cheshire Regiment
The Queens Own Yeomanry
The Kings Royal Rifles Corps
The Royal Pioneer Corps
The Royal Irish Regiment
The Royal Horse Artillery
The Mercian Regiment
Standard dog collar

STANDARD DOG COLLAR

SIZE
REGIMENT OR UNIT REQUIRED
Rusty

RUSTY

Slip dog collar

SLIP DOG COLLAR

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REGIMENT OR UNIT REQUIRED

Standard dog collar, with 5/8th " snap buckle, two welded D rings, and double strength weave, this dog collar comes in a range of size from 8" up to 21". The colour scheme will be similiar to the wristband.
 
Slip dog collar, with two large stainless steel rings one welded D ring and durable single weave, this dog collar comes in a range of sizes from 8" up to 22". The colour scheme will be similiar to the wristband.

Traditional Dog Collar Measuring Tips

Measure around your dog's neck using a cloth measuring tape positioned where his dog collar sits. (Tip: If you do not have a cloth tape measure, try using a piece of string and then measure the string with a ruler.) Add 2 inches/5cm to the measurement.

Check the collar's fit. It should be snug with enough room to slide two fingers between your dog's neck and his collar

This is your dog's neck size.

Royal Irish Regiment

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