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Welcome to the MN Section Forum

Postby admin » Thu Mar 10, 2005 10:20 pm

Welcome fellow shooters.
Please take the time to read this short list of rules for this forum before you register.

1 Use a user name that is easy for you to remember.
We require that you use your real name (at least first name & last name initial or first name initial & last name) or if well known by your nick name (but it has to be recognizable).
If your username is not recognizable you will be sent an email asking your real name before you are activated.
If you use an unrecognizable user name, you may be considered spam and will be deleted!

2 Only one account per person. All multiple accounts will be deleted.

3. Post club related information in their respective club areas.
If you post in the wrong Forum your post will be moved and possibly deleted

4. No harassment of other members. All people have their own opinions.

5. No vulgar language. It will be censored and/or removed.

6. Only Club Presidents, MN Section Staff and previous MN Section Presidents will have the ability to create and reply to posts in the MN Section Area. Regular members of the forum will be able to only view the posts in that forum.

7. Restricted Content

Policy and political discussions or debates of any kind - even if you consider your opinions to be "facts" - are not welcome anywhere in the forum.
Specifically including (but not limited to):
• STI vs SVI
• Limited 10 vs Limited Division
• This Division vs That Division
• This Government vs That Government or anti Govenment insinuations
• Gun Control Issues

8. Offensive Material
Please do not post offensive material. If you wouldn't want your 10 year-old to read it, please don't post it. This also applies to links in posts. If what's in a link (text or video) would not be appropriate if it was typed in a post, it is not acceptable. If in doubt about your post's content, please PM a Moderator before posting.

This is not a free speech issue. As a privately funded and collectively ran "information exchange," we have found that the emotional nature of political discussions weakens the informative impact of the Forum.

Think of this as meeting with people face to face at the club house after a match.

Thank you,
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