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  • sciras
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    This seems like a good excuse to go out and buy myself another flag….and big. Anyone have suggestions on were to purchase? I would also like to get a smaller MIA/POW to fly at the same time.

    sciras
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    SilentCal
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    Many Home Depots and Walmarts have some nice flags but you may need to go to a special store to get a BIG flag. You could try :

    http://www.united-states-flag.com

    I noticed some of the POW/MIA flags on that site as well. As for flagpoles, check out the gallery for a whole host of ideas for displays. [/url]

    Stephen
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    Here is a place in Portsmouth, NH where I buy from:

    http://www.mainelyflags.com/

    -Stephen

    MichaelJ
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    If you’re in the Boston area, there is a wonderful flag store on Mass Ave in East Arlington. If anyone wants a more detailed address I’ll have to drive or bicycle by. 🙂

    bobandgeri
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    We bought our flag online at Flags Unlimited. They sell all sizes and materials, as well as POW/MIA flags.[/url]

    TrekMan
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    I looked at several websites and this one seems to have the best prices.
    http://www.united-states-flag.com

    I just ordered a 6×10 nylon for $44.00 and it came to only $50 and change with shipping.

    Hope it is big enough for someone to see on Moriah this year (we had a 5×8 on Wildcat-D last year).
    :flag:

    TrekMan
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    The flag I received (see above post) looks excellent – light for flying in small breezes and sturdy. Weight is about 3-4 pounds for a 6×10.

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