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PostPosted: Sun Nov 13, 2011 2:33 pm
Please help a frustrated moderator out...

I've been typing my fingers to the bone posting on the Firearm Owners Association Blog on a daily basis ( This Day in History ) as well as on all the sister forums... Mossberg Owners, Remington Owners, Ithaca Owners, HR1871 Owners, Winchester Owners, and Browning Owners, for weeks on end and yet I'm not receiving any positive ( or negative ) feedback from our membership !!

http://firearmownersassociation.com/cat ... n-history/

Weekly articles on historical firearms ( Gun of the Week ) have also barely generated any type of response.

http://firearmownersassociation.com/cat ... -the-week/

Not to mention all the work our host Dan Honovich and his team have devoted to the F.O.A. Blog on Gear and Accessories for all the firearms we know and love...

So...Please stop by and leave a note of encouragement or just say hello to a fellow member who has "time to share but no time to waste...!!"

BTW...If there is a firearm you would like to see featured in Gun of the Week...please drop me a PM and I'll be glad to add it to the list...


Upcoming articles will include Ammo Reviews courtesy of Neil Keegstra of Lightfield Ammunition, who has graciously sent along some of their fine ammo to inspect and test.



Thanks for reading... !! 8-)
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 13, 2011 7:26 pm
SHOOTER13 you have been doing an amazing job on all the "owners" forums as well as the F.O.A. website! I know I really enjoy reading your posts on the forums here as well as your always interesting and informative posts on the blog. I know there hasn't been a lot of responses on the site but traffic has steadily been increasing each day and the blog continues to climb in the google ranks. So people are clearly beginning to notice it. Its been a great first month (16th of Oct was first day the site truly became active) and I look forward to watching it grow.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 13, 2011 10:49 pm
Shooter, your contribution to all the sites has not gone without notice. I look forward to reading all your posts, especially the write-ups on the blog. Behind the scenes, your posts have helped drive the traffic, build upon, and continue to create what these sites are today.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 11:37 am
Hey Shooter,

I too enjoy reading your posts on the F.O.A. blog and look forward to each update. Please know that though the traffic and feedback may not always show it, your contribution and efforts at F.O.A. and our sister sites is GREATLY appreciated. There is a LOT of information out there on the web that pulls folks attention in a billion different directions, but with contributions like yours we'll be drawing people in by the hundreds in no time.

Keep it up!

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 12:02 pm
Thanks for the encouraging words gentlemen...it is appreciated !!
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2015 9:41 am
Shooter13 I am sorry you are not getting much activative on your post and work you have done here on Remington Owners Forums and others. I have been checking out your post and the history topics. You have a lot of really good history and gun topic post. I will be here daily if possible. I will also try a bring some guys to Remington Owners that I know that chat your ears off. Plus I have one problem I would like for your to help me with about this site. I can not figure out to private message folks on the site. Plus I want to thank you for your 35 years of service in the DOD. See ya
PostPosted: Fri Mar 20, 2015 11:17 am
Thanks ncturkey...I appreciate it !!

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