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can I take over this forum?

Discussion in 'Mississippi Glockers' started by profiler999, May 4, 2010.

  1. profiler999

    profiler999

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    not a take over, but more manage it, and the MS Glockers club?

    Let me know!!
     
  2. NRA_guy

    NRA_guy Unreconstructed

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    I wish SOMEBODY would.

    This section is as dead as capitalism in the US.

    Not sure what can be done to revive it.

    My primary interest in a state section is finding in-state FTF deals. But that got prohibited (must go in the want ads).

    But searching the want ads for in-state deals is futile because sellers will not include their state, and even those few who do will sometimes spell it out "Mississippi", sometimes use "Miss" and sometimes use "MS".

    And of course one cannot search on 2 letters---must use at least 3.

    I was like number 2 or 3 signing up for the Mississippi section, but I have lost my enthusiasm for it.
     


  3. 1985 4Runner

    1985 4Runner Agitator

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    I second that NRA,

    Guess we're competing for those Mississippi for sale listings.

    :rofl:

    I really do wish Eric would require an abbreviated State listing in all the for sale ads.

    As such I look more on Ms Gun Owners now, then check here.
     
  4. NRA_guy

    NRA_guy Unreconstructed

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    Same here. Forums tend to get too big for my needs as they grow and grow to satisfy a wider audience.

    AR15 is a prime example of bigger not being better.

    I tend to poke around smaller, special interest forums.