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THR & Molon Labe shirts & hats for sale again! Place order by July 5th.

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Correia, Jun 19, 2006.

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  1. Correia

    Correia Moderator Emeritus

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    Back by popular demand, I'm doing another run of The High Road silk screened shirts, and Molon Labe embroidered shirts and hats.

    I now have a secure online shopping cart at www.fbmginc.com. specifically at https://www.fbmginc.com/index.php?option=com_virtuemart&page=shop.browse&category_id=94&Itemid=1

    Pick your type, then you can pick your size and color from a list of available options.

    I will be taking orders for the next two weeks, and then I will turn this order in to the factory on July 6th. Production usually takes about two weeks. After that, I will always stock some items, but there won't be nearly as many size and color options to choose from.

    I'm still working on getting more pictures uploaded to the webpage. If anybody has a picture of their THR shirt or Molon Labe gear that they would like displayed on my page, please send it to me. That would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. facedown

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    bump to the top
     
  3. rageofangels

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    When will images be available or did I miss them? Thanks, Correia. You are the MAN for doing this!
     
  4. Correia

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    I'm going to try to get some images up in the next few days.

    In fact, if anybody who has pictures of them in their Molon Labe, or THR gear wants to send them to me to use on the webpage, I would be greatly appreciative.
     
  5. mbs357

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    Website's looking great!
    Always wondered what FBMG stood for......
     
  6. SB88LX

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    Do you not require the state in your billing information? I see city and zip code, but no state. Just making sure it's not a mistake, because I need my molon labe apparel :cool:
     
  7. Correia

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    It calculates state off of the zip code.

    On shipping, what did you end up with? If you got something really weird, let me know, as I'm watching this new page to make sure everything is working okay. The shipping is coming right off of the UPS tables.
     
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    I was playing around with the fields to get MD after the city, situation resolved. The other question I have is about the security of the order. The only thing I'm used to is the little lock appearing in one of the IE status bars, no such symbol when ordering. (Sorry, im no net wizard, just paranoid about the CC's)
     
  9. Correia

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    The shopping cart is from Authorize.net, which is one of the most commonly used secure ordering firms out there. It should be fine. I don't know why the little lock doesn't show up. I'll ask the web guy.
     
  10. Roadwild17

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    What is Molon Labe???
     
  11. Correia

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    This is from the description on my webpage:

    At the battle of Thermopyle in 480 BC, a group of 300 Spartans held a narrow mountain pass against over a quarter million Persians, at the time, the greatest army ever assembled. When the king of the Persians told the Spartans that if they gave up their weapons, they would be free to go. Leonidas, king of the Spartans, replied with "MOLON LABE" which means, Come and get them. The Spartans then held the Persians for nearly a week, in one of the greatest battles of the ancient world. The Persians won that battle, but it cost them the war.

    Molon Labe has become a rallying cry and slogan for modern gun owners. When told to give up our arms, we will respond with the same defiant reply.
     
  12. Roadwild17

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    O where the persians won beacuse a spy told them of a path around the spartans???
    spelling
     
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    So the story goes.
     
  14. Correia

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    Yes, that is the story. The absolute best novelization is in Steven Pressfield's excellent book, Gates Of Fire.

    SB88LX, the little lock is there now. I just hadn't paid the extra for the icon. It was always secure.
     
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    Just waiting for images before placing an order.....
     
  16. facedown

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    The wife and I just ordered our stuff. Too many choices! :)
     
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    Thanks for the notice Larry. I'm getting one hat and two golf shirts.
     
  18. Ukraine Train

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    Not the best quality but it's the best I have:http://fabiens.org/gallery/d/5438-1/DSCF2002.jpg
    Feel free to use where ever. PM me for the huge fullsize version.
     
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    I just put an order in for two hats and a t-shirt. :)
     
  20. Correia

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    Ukraine, thanks. Much appreciated.

    The new web page is pretty easy to use, huh? This sure beats me answering 50,000 e-mails. :)
     
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    Placed an order for two shirts and a hoodie.

    Thanks a lot Correia! All your work is greatly appreciated.

    -Parke1
     
  22. SB88LX

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    My bad, I didn't know that was an extra charge, I thought that the icon was displayed everytime the connection was 'secure.' Order was successful, Thanks.
     
  23. CarbineKid

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    Me too. i'de like to order a few things but I'm not sure as to what to get...a few good pics would help.:D
     
  24. Vairochana

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    Overseas Order?

    Two problems.
    It won't let me place an overseas order (Australia), and when I try to contact them with the details as they instruct I get no reply.
    Also the $39 limit- I want to get a hat and long sleeve t-shirt but the total is below the limit.
     
  25. mike_bullet

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    site security/photos

    corriea-

    You may want to edit your hyper link to order forms. THe link directing users to the site is missing the "S" in https: This is needed to direct users to the secure site where the lock will show. When I added the s I was able to verify the site's security certs.

    Also will you have photos soon?

    Thank you

    MIke
     
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