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Re: Recover old board posts?

#16 Post by 72 usmc » Tue Jun 19, 2018 2:02 pm

These are copy righted and please do not repost any on the forum direct. :arrow: :snooty: Not even a single picture. It is best to just link to and provide the Wayback as a source for a reference. These are to view only or if you want to print out for your use on the wayback save. This is a no, no in the academic world- like photo copying sheet music or a book rather than buying it. It is always best to find a copy of the CD if possible; they are great, have much more information, and pictures are better quality then seen in the Wayback save. The CD is out of print and is a much sought after item. They do show up on flee bay some times. This old forum, surplusrifles.com, was an incredible source of early information on surplus firearms. The CDs are treasured items for those wise enough to buy them. Whoever has the copyright ownership could make some fast cash if they republished the large CD set. Many of the new collectors are always searching for old sets. :think: :think: They would sell out fast if republished.
Also be advised some of the reference material is early and dated. It may no longer be correct. There are now better references produced by others on specific firearm assembly & reassembly with fantastic photos produced for example by Mowbray Publishing, the publishers of Gun Collector magazine. See their books for sale section. There are now many fine books in print on specific firearms that have sections on assembly & reassembly that were not yet published in 2001. This link was posted as more of a historical perspective to the original forum back in 2002 when it started a surplus rifle craze. Mr Mangrum was a primary figure in the creation of the forum world of information on surplus rifles. :clap:
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Re: Recover old board posts?

#17 Post by 72 usmc » Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:16 pm

Now if you are curious, here is a link on internet vs printed student references for citing internet sources. It will bore you to death. Instructors dislike internet sources in academic papers.
https://ctl.yale.edu/writing/using-sour ... et-sources

On the forum use referenced "text" as a quote in a quote box, provide the source as a link, provide author, date, and title,and the name of the other forum. Do the same for reposted photos. For books do it like an academic paper.
To old to fight and to old to run, a Jar head will just shoot and be done with you.

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