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S&W Forum???

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Voodoo, Aug 8, 2003.

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  1. Voodoo

    Voodoo Member

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    www.Smith-WessonForum.com to be specific....

    How many THR members spend time over there? I ask because I'm just getting into S&W wheelguns, but already spend time in at least a dozen other forums and bulletin boards. Does it get a lot of traffic? Can I learn anything there that I can't pick up here?
     
  2. prisoner6

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    Quite a few, I don't think we've ever counted.

    Yup. A good bit.

    You very well might. Not to put down this forum, because there are certainly some extremely knowledgeable folks here, but there are some serious hard core Smith fans there. I certainly have learned a good deal there. It's worth your time, come check it out.
     
  3. DDGator

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    I agree -- there is a lot to offer over there. Sometimes I post questions in both places for S&W stuff, and I always get good info in the S&W forum.
     
  4. bountyhunter

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    There are definitely some pro SW smiths over there who can diagnose problems.
     
  5. Blueduck

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    Very good bunch of folks over there (here too of course ;) ). Talking S/W politics outside appropriate forums quickest way to be shown the door.
     
  6. Old Fuff

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    I sometimes enjoy the S&W forum. You can indeed learn something, especially about older (pre-World War Two) revolvers. By all means go look around.
     
  7. Voodoo

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    Thanks guys....

    I just registered! :cool:

    I figure...what the hell....it's only one more forum I need to check out !!!

    Thanks everyone!
     
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    It's a great forum and a great bunch of guys. You're gonna love it!!
     
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    I feel the S&W forum is the best brand specific gun forum on the internet. I have learned a great deal about S&W's there. It has helped turn me into a true S&W fanatic.

    Beware, since joining I've spent more than a few dollars on S&W's!

    K22 (Randy)
     
  10. SnWnMe

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    That board has alot of good info... just like this one :D

    I'm SnWnMe there too
     
  11. RUT

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    >>Beware, since joining I've spent more than a few dollars on S&W's!<<

    Hey, you too????
    :)
     
  12. Pappy John

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    Yeah, that's been known to happen.;)
     
  13. Tamara

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    I spend some time there now and again. Enough so that I keep a link in my toolbar.

    There are some serious Smith & Wesson geeks over there; guys that bleed Blue & White; folks whose collections make my paltry 23 S&W revolvers look like a blip on the radar screen... :uhoh:
     
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    I spend time there. I don't know if I am registered or not. I never saw any reason to post there. I am lucky if I own a dozen Smiths and my knowlege is very limited. I enjoy reading though, and dreaming of ownership.
     
  15. Litlman

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    It is a good forum. I do read alot over there and I have learned much. Pro-Gun ain't bad. I do love older S&W's and I like the stuff comming out of the Performance Center. A 66-Fcomp would be nice!!!!!! But I digress, a bunch of nice guys over at the S&W forum...
     
  16. Frenchy

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    There is a lot of camaraderie among the regulars, and a whole lot to be learned from some real experts. Many are mainstays of the Smith & Wesson Collectors Assoc.
     
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