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|October 14, 2012, 11:29 AM||#1|
Join Date: December 20, 2002
Location: Statesboro, Georgia
Commercial Use Policy
The goals of this policy are as follows:
It is not our intent to discourage the contributions of members who happen to make a living from shooting-related activities; this is about correcting abuses that we see and providing guidance to members on what is and is not appropriate.
Things that have been allowed since the beginning of the forum and are still allowed from all members include:
Commercial behavior that requires a membership upgrade
The basic thinking here is that if you're using THR as an extension of your gun store counter, then you should pay for the privilege.
The most noticeable change is this one: commercial sales are no longer allowed in the traditional buy/sell/trade forums. Instead they must be posted in the commercial buy/sell/trade forums, and only commercial members with a paid subscription can post new threads in the commercial sales area. Click here to upgrade to a commercial membership.
These should be self explanatory:
... the Constitutional text forthrightly promises that 'the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.' No amount of artful linguistic acrobatics or fanciful historical tales can rub those plain words out of the text. -- ACLU, in their amicus brief in DC vs Heller
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