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Old 04-09-2007, 08:50 PM   #1
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Most forums have an off-topic discussion board. IS this the place? Or maybe a place should be made for that.

I know for me, I like talking to people who have similar likes, but about general things like sports, politics, entertainment, etc.
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Old 04-09-2007, 09:15 PM   #2
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Default yah... general!!!

This is the general forum area. This is for general things meaning nothing specific; meaning you can talk about guns or not up to us!!

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I need to know where to buy a 8" barrel for a 357 stainless Dan Wesson---also are they hard to install??
This is the general forum area. This is for general things meaning nothing specific; meaning you can talk about guns or not up to us!!

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I need to know where to buy a 8" barrel for a 357 stainless Dan Wesson---also are they hard to install??
This is the general forum area. This is for general things meaning nothing specific; meaning you can talk about guns or not up to us!!

Woohoo! freedom.
Now this question is DEFINITELY one for this area of the Forum:

General Handgun Discussion
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I know for me, I like talking to people who have similar likes, but about general things like sports, politics, entertainment, etc.
Politics have their own sub-forum, but you can post about anything else here at The Club House.
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I need to know where to buy a 8" barrel for a 357 stainless Dan Wesson---also are they hard to install??
This is the general forum area. This is for general things meaning nothing specific; meaning you can talk about guns or not up to us!!

Woohoo! freedom.

Dan Wesson was purchased by CZ USA. Their shop is about 10 miles North of me. Their number is (607) 336-2622. If they ever made it, they have parts for it.
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