Welcome to the addiction. I hope you've been stock-piling your pennies. It starts with an A4 then maybe an A6. This will trickle in to an only "BA" build. Likely you'll stay with an izzy 308 then go 30.06, this may lead you down the path of a 54r conversion. After all this you may ask yourself "how hard could it be to go Canadian?(C5)"
If you go really deep, you'll start piecing an ANM2 or a M2 (because it's basically the same but different)
Once you've gone as far down that road as $$$ will allow, you'll start building MG carts (Len I'm pointing fingers at you)
Yep...once you cross over the line there is no going back...LOL You'se guys forgot to mention the cloth belt addiction...once the link side is satisfied,it just gets worse. You'll need a 1918 Browning Belt loader...and the fun begins. Get ready...it's a loooong ride. O...yeah...welcome to our addiction...eeerrr...HOBBY.
It's called your signature.
Look in the upper right hand corner of the screen next to the logout button.
You see the word settings click that and it will take you to your settings page .
Look down the right hand side under my profile and click on my signature.
Type something there and it should appear on the bottom of each of your posts like your signature.
Welcome to the forum! To post pics, you have to use a hosting site like Photobucket, etc.
Alternatively, I'm told they can be hosted here on this site (somewhere).
After that, you basically click the image save button on the pic you want, then paste in whatever area here you choose.
Well, it SOUNDS simple!!
rugman59 SEZ: "....you basically click the image save button on the pic you want, then paste in whatever area here you choose...."
Yeah, it sounds simple but I haven't figured it out yet! I guess when (if) I ever decide to put some pictures up real bad 'cause I have to sell sumpin I'll figure it out, but until then....
Welcome to the Fellowship Of The Beltfed! You need to learn how to sneak things into your safe that you've "had forever" if you've got a S.O. watching the bank account. Best way to overcome the attitude which makes on have to do this is to get her to hold the rivet setting tool while you hammer the rivets, etc. Then, when you get the project finished and tested for function, let he fire off the first belt or links of ammo. DON'T relegate her to filling links or belts!!!
You'll find this site full of knowledgeable,friendly, helpful, generous folks (and maybe one or two mean ol grumps :rockets: ).
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