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UPDATE: SEARCH FIRST, PLEASE

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EQUIPMENT FORUM ATTENDEES (primarily new folks)

Warren (Umpire in Chief) works tirelessly to make sure this site is beneficial for everyone.  Please, let's help Warren keep the site clean by utilizing the SEARCH function before asking questions.   Most of what you're going to ask on this forum has "probably" been discussed, sometimes ad nauseum, and re-creating a NEW post on a subject that's been talked to death just clogs the site up with uneccessary threads.

NEWBIES:
First and foremost ...... Welcome! 

Please feel free to ask questions and LEARN,... we're all here for that purpose for sure, HOWEVER .... please make sure the information you're looking for isn't already available to you on the site by doing a simple search before posting a question.  Utilize Google for best results (see the picture posted here )

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The attachments below show 1) a sample search for Wilson Mask in the Search area ...this was AFTER I chose the Google option as seen above.   2) I've pasted a still shot of the results (which is only a PORTION) of what comes up.  I'm showing this so you can see what the page looks like.

This information goes for all forums, but happens the most on the equipment board.

Finally, this post is NOT MEANT to be rude or condescending.  It's simply a good way to ensure that information we have on this site is maintained in the same area instead of having great info and answers to common questions scattered all over the place.  Nothing less, nothing more, I promise! :nod: 

Enjoy, and happy reading! :D

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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