Rocky Mountain Rangers Museum Archives — Museum in Kamloops

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Rocky Mountain Rangers Museum Archives

Museum at 1221 McGill Rd, Kamloops, BC V2C 6K7, Canada, Kamloops, British Columbia, V2C 6K7 . Here you will find detailed information about Rocky Mountain Rangers Museum Archives: address, phone, fax, opening hours, customer reviews, photos, directions and more.

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1221 McGill Rd, Kamloops, BC V2C 6K7, Canada, Kamloops, British Columbia, V2C 6K7
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Kamloops
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V2C 6K7

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Rocky Mountain Rangers Museum Archives is a Canadian Museum based in Kamloops, British Columbia. Rocky Mountain Rangers Museum Archives is located at 1221 McGill Rd, Kamloops, BC V2C 6K7, Canada,


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Reviews of Rocky Mountain Rangers Museum Archives

  • Seth
    Added 2016.04.28
    Best Reserve Unit in all Kamloops
  • Kyle
    Added 2016.02.04
    By appointment only, that was a lucky visit
  • Nathan
    Added 2015.11.22
    Doug Xenis
  • Bria
    Added 2013.09.03
    I joined the Regiment in 1957. In those days we used battle dress in winter and olive drab "bush" uniforms in the summer. We drilled with Lee Enfields No. 4 mk 1s with the spike bayonets and our LMG was the BREN. We also had a Browning Medium Machine gun. We went on summer camps at Wainwright AB, Workpoint Barracks in Victoria, Hamilton-Gault barracks in Edmonton and Vancouver In about 1960 ish we were issued with the FN-CIAI rifle, a beautiful rifle that used a twenty round magazine and fired 7.62 mm rounds (.308 Cal.). Beautiful to shoot. I spent until 1965 in the regiment. We raided the Air Force Radar st on Mt. Lolo just north of Kamloops. Once with 5 of us and once with a whole platoon of about 28 we snuck upthe road and then up the mountain. Over the fence at about dawn and then a former Commando bashed in a window and we were in . Down to the room with two dozen TV displays and a giant illuminated map on the wall and that was it. Great times. I ended my time as a lance Staff Sgt. before I went to Simon Fraser University.
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