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THE ROYAL REGIMENT OF SCOTLAND

RRS

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The Royal Regiment of Scotland is the senior and only Scottish line infantry regiment of the British Army Infantry. It consists of five regular and two territorial battalions, each formerly an individual regiment (with the exception of the first battalion, which is an amalgamation of two regiments). However, each battalion maintains its former regimental Pipes & Drums to carry on the traditions of their antecedent regiments.

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1 SCOTS, 2 SCOTS, 3 SCOTS, 4 SCOTS, 5 SCOTS, 6 SCOTS, SCOTS, ROYAL REGIMENT OF SCOTLAND, SCOTLAND, SNIPER, VETERAN, OP BANNER, NORTHERN IRELAND, OP TELIC, IRAQ, OP HERRICK, AFGHANISTAN, NORTHERN IRELAND, NORTHERN IRELAND VETERAN, FALKLANDS VETERAN, GULF WAR VETERAN, KOSOVA VETERAN, BOSNIA VETERAN , IRAQ WAR VETERAN, AFGHANISTAN VETERAN, ARMY CADETS, Combined Cadet Force.

The Royal Regiment of Scotland

The Royal Regiment of Scotland

The Royal Regiment of Scotland paracord bracelet

The Royal Regiment of Scotland paracord bracelet
with stainless steel laser engraved plate

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The regiment consists of a total of seven battalions: one of these was formed by the amalgamation of the Royal Scots and King's Own Scottish Borderers, while the others are each formed from one of the remaining single-battalion regiments of the Scottish Division.
Along with The Rifles, it is currently the largest infantry regiment in the British Army. Of all of the new regiments formed following the announcement of 16 December 2004, the Royal Regiment of Scotland is the only one where the former regimental titles have been prominently retained with the new numbered battalion designations as subtitles.
There is however a common regimental cap badge, TRF, tartan, stable belt and Glengarry headdress but distinctively coloured hackles are also worn by each separate battalion on the Tam o' Shanter headdress in order to maintain their individual identity and the pipes and drums of each battalion continue to wear the ceremonial uniforms and tartans of their former regiments.

Stainless steel cadet plates

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

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The RRS
The RRS

Lightweight Royal Regiment of Scotland
paracord bracelet.

Lightweight Royal Regiment of Scotland
paracord bracelet with laser
engraved stainless steel plate

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The Royal Regiment of Scotland 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.

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The Royal Regiment of Scotland

The Royal Regiment of Scotland
Double cobra paracord bracelet


With 20% more paracord, these bracelets are twice as chunky and are
fitted as standard with a 15mm strong plastic side release buckle.

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OLDER/DISBANDED/MERGED/AMALGAMATED REGIMENTS

Royal Scots paracord bracelet
The Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment), once known as the Royal Regiment of Foot, was the oldest, and therefore most senior, infantry regiment of the line in the British Army, having been raised in 1633 during the reign of Charles I of Scotland. The regiment existed until 2006, when it amalgamated with the King's Own Scottish Borderers to become the Royal Scots Borderers, 1st Battalion of the newly formed Royal Regiment of Scotland.

The Royal Scots

The Royal Scots

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Royal Highland Fusiliers paracord bracelet
The Royal Highland Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland (2 SCOTS) is an infantry battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland. Prior to 28 March 2006, the Royal Highland Fusiliers was an infantry regiment in its own right; The Royal Highland Fusiliers (Princess Margaret's Own Glasgow and Ayrshire Regiment) was part of the Scottish Division, and abbreviated as 'The RHF'. The regiment was formed on 20 January 1959 by the then amalgamation of the Royal Scots Fusiliers, with the Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment).

The Royal Highland Fusiliers

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It was raised on 18 March 1689 by the Earl of Leven to defend Edinburgh against the Jacobite forces of James II. It is said that 800 men were recruited within the space of two hours. The Regiment has a nickname of the "Dan's" after Piper Dan Laidlaw VC "For most conspicuous bravery prior to an assault on German trenches near Loos and Hill 70 on 25 September 1915. During the worst of the bombardment, Piper Laidlaw, seeing that his company was badly shaken from the effects of gas, with absolute coolness and disregard of danger, mounted the parapet, marched up and down and played company out of the trench. The effect of his splendid example was immediate and the company dashed out to the assault. Piper Laidlaw continued playing his pipes until he was wounded."

The Kings own Scottish Borderers

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The Black Watch (RHR)
The Black Watch, 3rd Battalion, Royal Regiment of Scotland (3 SCOTS) is an infantry battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland. Prior to 28 March 2006, the Black Watch was an infantry regiment. The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) from 1931 to 2006, and The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) from 1881 to 1931. Part of the Scottish Division, it was the senior regiment of Highlanders.

The Black Watch

Black Watch

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The Queen's Own Highlanders (Seaforth and Camerons)
The Queen's Own Highlanders (Seaforth and Camerons), officially abbreviated "QO HLDRS," was an infantry regiment in the Scottish Division of the British Army. It was formed on 7 February 1961 at Redford Barracks, Edinburgh, with the amalgamation of 1st Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders and 1st Battalion, Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders.

The Queen's Own Highlanders

Queens Own Highlanders

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The Gordon Highlanders
The Gordon Highlanders was a British Army infantry regiment from 1881 until 1994. The regiment took its name from the Clan Gordon and recruited principally from Aberdeen and the North-East of Scotland. It was during operations on the North West Frontier on October 20, 1897, during the storming of the Dargai Heights that one of the regiment's most famous Victoria Crosses was earned. Piper George Findlater, despite being wounded in both legs, continued to play the bagpipes during the assault.

The Gordon Highlanders

Gordon Highlanders

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The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 5th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland (5 SCOTS) is an infantry battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland. Prior to 28 March 2006, the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders was an infantry regiment in its own right; The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, part of the Scottish Division.

The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

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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

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Slip dog collar

SLIP DOG COLLAR

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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.

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