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Welcome

Posted: 01 Sep 2016 18:16
by Jim
You have been directed here because you have not yet posted to the "Introduce yourself" forum. Please do that to unlock the discount codes and remove your "newbie" status. Thanks for joining our forum.

Re: Welcome

Posted: 07 Sep 2016 11:38
by navyman
Hello there Ed here from Texas..

Re: Welcome

Posted: 11 Sep 2016 19:59
by JurassicJarhead
Good evening.
Retired Marine interested in suppressed firearms and preparing to build first Form 1 can.

Re: Welcome

Posted: 26 Sep 2016 17:16
by 65overlander
Former submarine veteran now living in Redding,California. Not all of us in California are nut jobs! Actually quite a lot of us "TRUE " Northern California boys are pretty damn pro America, and pro gun students and practitioners of fire arm tools , and tactic's. Might I add that I am a proud Oath Keeper member. Although in the operating Engineers, my hobbies of Harley's , diesel power, and fabrication, have driven my focused passion into my vertical mill and firearm "stuff". And I owe it all to USMCDOC14 ! Most expensive hobby and addiction! So with all links on YouTube, bringing me to this site, to learn.

Re: Welcome

Posted: 27 Sep 2016 18:39
by joaquin700
Outdoorsman and gun nut here from West Central Wisconsin. I'm an avid hunter, fisher, trapper, and I love anything to do with shooting. Ordered a couple cans this past spring before I found out about Form 1 cans. I have 3 eForms for cans pending, and 1 for an SBR. Looking forward to dipping my feet into the DIY silent but deadly world!

Re: Welcome

Posted: 16 Oct 2016 05:17
by Cecelia1
Hi!

I'm pieter from Belgium,guns are my hobby and 1 in a year go to the US on holiday and for the guns offcorse

Re: Welcome

Posted: 16 Oct 2016 07:21
by Gunfighter2a
I guess I skipped this part when I came to this forum some time ago I'm from north Georgia and I love everything to do with shooting and building guns I am a army veteran and have been building form one for a wihile now and I know a little but have a lot to learn thanks to a lot of help from the guys on several different forums I have had some great success and more than a few failures luckily no one was hurt except my pride was a little bruised but anyway thanks for having me and if I can help I would be more that glad to try I think that we must all work together to keep this dream alive

Re: Welcome

Posted: 25 Oct 2016 10:18
by marcaine
Martin from IL

Re: Welcome

Posted: 26 Oct 2016 10:05
by Chipop73
Tim here from NE Texas...the Piney Woods.
Glad to join this forum.

Re: Welcome

Posted: 01 Nov 2016 14:00
by shanehidle02
Shane from Florida.....