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    Quote Originally Posted by 7idl View Post
    5. do NOT delete the ad. This protects both you the seller and the buyer.
    6. when the item is no longer for sale, update the ad accordingly (suject and message body) (ie: ** SOLD ** ).
    Should we delete the ad if it sells on another website?

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    Its been working fine, don't jack with it now.

    arfcom is switching over their for sale forums and they suck.

    just because obama's campaign was about change doesn't mean we need to.

    it works the way it is. It isn't the websites responsibility to police people and tell them they were bad or not if a deal went south. that goes between the buyer and seller. Unless you want to create a whine and bitch forum (basically GD on arfcom)

    RMGO for sale forums get updated, and instantly deleted. saves space and keeps people from checking out things which are already sold.
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    I agree with Sniper7. This site is working fine.

    Personally, I prefer having an ad deleted after I buy something. I prefer there not be a record for someone to look up what I may be in possession of.

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    True dat, if either party wants the thread deleted it should be so the disagreeing party is free to start his own...


    As far as the whole FTF deal I reserve the right to ask you to verify if you are a resident I also ask you if you are prohibited person, even though I know usualy within 30 seconds if you are are are not, The only time I would ever ask you to sign a paper is if i know you are prohibited because at that point the prohibited person is going to bolt ot attempt to attack me I hope it's the first...

    But CRS and USC 2 CO residents may exchange firearms however they choose provided one does not KNOWINGLY transfer a fiream to a prior offender (BTW when the wording of the CRS section change?) thats a bit new. If you want a piece of paper then ask for it but dont worry about how others conduct their commerce...

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    I'd like to suggest to put a minimum 10 posts and certain amount of time before new member can post in the for sale section. It will help solving the nonresponsive, no location, 1 liner ads. These folks disappeared after few posts anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7idl View Post
    6. when the item is no longer for sale, update the ad accordingly (subject and message body) (ie: ** SOLD ** )


    that would be nice to be able to change the title of the ad. (ie: I post smthng for sale - "Ar15 low rounds count - $850" and after I sell it I'd like to be able to make it look like this -- "SOLD--Ar15 low rounds count - $850--SOLD") so people will not have to open the thread to see that it's sold.

    'couse now even if I change the title it doesn't work, well, it might be just me...

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    Right people, due to most of you posting pictures at some point I just thought I would remind you all that if you post pictures that are too big, the page layout is messed up for everyone. Therefore, PLEASE keep your pictures down to a maximum of 500 pixels wide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kactuarty View Post
    Right people, due to most of you posting pictures at some point I just thought I would remind you all that if you post pictures that are too big, the page layout is messed up for everyone. Therefore, PLEASE keep your pictures down to a maximum of 500 pixels wide.
    This only applies to low quality web browsers that don't auto resize pictures though.
    Minimize, minimize, minimize.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sturtle View Post
    This only applies to low quality web browsers that don't auto resize pictures though.
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