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Old 03-14-2006, 11:58 AM   #1
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How many people are on this archery forum?
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Old 03-14-2006, 12:07 PM   #2
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Still a fairly new site but there are already over 1300 registered members. As the word gets out it will grow and grow.



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Old 03-14-2006, 04:26 PM   #3
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Old 03-14-2006, 07:19 PM   #4
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I guess I am more of the technical geek type (Engineer by trade) - not that I don't like to socialize but for now, I am still feeling everyone out. I really try hard not to get involved in gossip or bashing and will stay out of those threads completely - both here and at AT.
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Rate of growth is exponential. The fact that we now have some active members like those above is helping. It's called viral marketing because it continues to grow. The more people join and like what the see, the more they tell others.

We have features that can't be found elsewhere with more to come shortly.

I personally would like to thank all the active members for participating in the forum and we surely welcome all the new members.
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Old 03-14-2006, 07:51 PM   #6
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I am here.... I may not post a lot, But I am here every day.

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Old 03-17-2006, 03:14 PM   #7
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I think I'll be a regular. I've been reading GlockTalk regularly for years and mostly keep comments to myself unless I have something helpful to say. Since I've now been shooting archery for a long 14 days, I think I have much more to learn than to say, so don't expect to read much from me other than in the form of questions.

I do however like to make things and have been making my own gun holsters for years. I have an inventory of about 40 and hope to start selling on e-bay some day when I get up the courage to try. Now I have started making my own archery targets. I made an arm guard and tried a glove but wasn't happy with it. I bought a Morrell target when I got my bow which is great, but a little small. Since then I have built several side panels to catch strays, and now a 36" target. I painted the offical bulls eye target on it. So, that may be something I can talk about sometimes.

In any event, so far I am crazy about the forum and appreciate the source of information.
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Old 03-17-2006, 07:04 PM   #8
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I think I'll be a regular. I've been reading GlockTalk regularly for years and mostly keep comments to myself unless I have something helpful to say. Since I've now been shooting archery for a long 14 days, I think I have much more to learn than to say, so don't expect to read much from me other than in the form of questions.

I do however like to make things and have been making my own gun holsters for years. I have an inventory of about 40 and hope to start selling on e-bay some day when I get up the courage to try. Now I have started making my own archery targets. I made an arm guard and tried a glove but wasn't happy with it. I bought a Morrell target when I got my bow which is great, but a little small. Since then I have built several side panels to catch strays, and now a 36" target. I painted the offical bulls eye target on it. So, that may be something I can talk about sometimes.

In any event, so far I am crazy about the forum and appreciate the source of information.
Hey McOrlando I also collect guns. I got a Glock .22 40 cal, what do you make your holsters out of?
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