A pace stick stand approx 35 cm long and 9 cm wide. The pace stick stand fits both issue and racer pace sticks
The stand includes an engraving plate to incorporate your personalised requirements i.e name, rank etc.
Please enter your engraving requirements during the checkout process.
If your order is in stock and placed before noon on a working day, the order will be dispatched on the same day by 1st Class Mail or Next Day Parcel Service depending on the total weight of your goods. If you order after midday they may still be dispatched that day, otherwise they will be dispatched the next working day.
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John Bull Clothing has been established since 1984 and prides itself on its reputation for customer service and value for money.
A pace stick is a long stick usually carried by warrant officer and non-commissioned officer drill instructors in the armed forces as a symbol of authority and as an aid to military drill.
A pace stick usually consists of two pieces of wood, hinged at the top, and tapering towards the bottom, very similar to large wooden drafting compasses used on school blackboards. They are usually shod and fitted with highly-polished brass.
They can open so that the tips separate at fixed distances, corresponding to various lengths of marching pace, such as 'double march', 'quick march', 'step short', etc. When opened to the correct pace length, the pace stick can be held alongside the holder's body by the hinge, with one leg of the stick vertical to the ground, and the other leg pointing forward. By twirling the stick while marching, the stick can be made to 'walk' alongside its holder at the proper pace.