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Where can i find decent patches?

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It is likely best to simply search for the specific patches that you are looking for, and then purchase them from whatever online retailer sells them.  I don't know what you are specifically looking for, but that strategy has generally proved successful for me.

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https://shop.metaldevastation.com

Great selection and great delivery times. I've bought many patches from them, I'd highly recommend them. If you've never made a battle jacket before it will get expensive but just remember money is no object when it comes to a battle jacket. If your like me you'll ware it almost everywhere. So don't be afraid to spend a little extra making it something you'll love forever.

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21 minutes ago, Fjara said:

Could spend a fortune there, eh? lol

I bought some compelling Shining patches. I'm turning a fairly smart looking, but old, jacket into my DSBM/Shining jacket. I'm going to look panzergodly. 

Never got into patches before so this will be a first. 

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22 hours ago, Requiem said:

I bought some compelling Shining patches. I'm turning a fairly smart looking, but old, jacket into my DSBM/Shining jacket. I'm going to look panzergodly. 

Never got into patches before so this will be a first. 

My battle vest is coming along nicely.  My Emperor logo patch should arrive next week.

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8 hours ago, MacabreEternal said:

My battle vest is coming along nicely.  My Emperor logo patch should arrive next week.

I think we should all post pics once our jackets are done. I'm not sure if mine's going to look cool or not, but there's only one way to find out. Once the patches arrive I'll put them on and see how it goes. 

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I'm a patch maker.
I do not know whether you can leave here links to my store. 

If you are interested, send me a private message and I will give you a link to the store.

I do not want it to look like spam or advertising.

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On 4/12/2019 at 5:11 PM, b_o_r_m_a_n said:

I'm a patch maker.
I do not know whether you can leave here links to my store. 

If you are interested, send me a private message and I will give you a link to the store.

I do not want it to look like spam or advertising.

I believe e the res say something like “no selling shit without prior agreement”...

So maybe ask a mod, as it seems to be on topic?

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