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    Ask questions. The only dumb question is the one you don't ask. That sais, please read the FAQ's and articles first. It's common "nettiqute" to gather information and ask an informed question. There's a lot of good info in this forum, the articles section (Fincinnati), and elsewhere on the site.

    Don't be afraid to participate. User participation is what makes this forum fun.

    No foul language or sexually suggestive material. There are kids using this forum.

    No "Bashing". This forum is here to promote the hobby, not to discredit people. You can be critical of people, but please at least attempt to resolve your issues with them before posting here. If you do post anything critical of another person or retailer, the moderators will be extra critical of your posts.

    Questionable content will be deleted or blanked out at the moderator's discression. Once it's gone, it's gone for good. If you object, please PM the moderator.

    GCAS Members area allowed to edit their posts. Non-members cannot edit posts. That's one of the perks of being a member ($10 per year - and you get our Fincinnati publication 6 times a year).

    The Trading Post forum is for GCAS members to place items for sale. Non-members can reply to posts, but may not sell items. If you try to, your message will be removed. If a member posts a "wanted" thread, you can respond, but it will be easier if you PM them with your response. (Again, this is a whopping $10 per year to join).

    The GCAS does not validate claims made or advice given on this forum, and should not be held responsible for any "accidents" that happen. Goods traded thru this forum are the responsibility of the seller. Any disputes should be resolved by the involved parties, and should not include the GCAS.
    Sean D
    GCAS Webmaster

    "I refuse to answer that question on the grounds that I don't know the answer."