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    Steve,,,,,AMAZING JOB! As far as a nay-sayer or two you may ask what have they done to better the N-SSA. I suggest not a faction of what you have. While the musket is not required I look at it that it's the 2nd cheapest route to go after pistol. I see no misinformation but rather your interpretation of what it takes to get started.I'd not change the video a bit. Well.....maybe ditch the blue jacket.
    I look forward to your next video Sir!

    Further,,,,,,,if others have a problem with Steve or anyone else's work please feel free to take it up with them through our PM system rather then drag it through the public forum. THAT,,,,,,does not serve the N-SSA whatsoever!

    SIDE NOTE=====> While looking for spammers signing up I notice there were two N-SSA members and TEN guests all viewing your thread at the same time Steve. I'd say folks are interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderANV View Post
    Steve,,,,,AMAZING JOB! As far as a nay-sayer or two you may ask what have they done to better the N-SSA. I suggest not a faction of what you have. While the musket is not required I look at it that it's the 2nd cheapest route to go after pistol. I see no misinformation but rather your interpretation of what it takes to get started.I'd not change the video a bit. Well.....maybe ditch the blue jacket.
    I look forward to your next video Sir!

    Further,,,,,,,if others have a problem with Steve or anyone else's work please feel free to take it up with them through our PM system rather then drag it through the public forum. THAT,,,,,,does not serve the N-SSA whatsoever!
    What I do is irrelavent. As a member of the N-SSA in good standing, I can question why anything (pamphlets, brochures, fliers or videos) being publically disseminated for the world to see isn't first submitted and vetted for factual accuracy and is in sync with the objectives of the Organization. Isn't that why we have a National PIO?

    Your view aside, I have no issue with Steve as an individual and, in fact, found his cartridge making videos quite informative. They haven't swayed me to shoot an Enfield however. I can applaud his effort to recruit members while simulteously believe that his, or any other, messaging should be based on thought out and polished talking points that are factually accurate, not interpretations.
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    Yes you can paul but I'd again suggest that the public forum is not the place to do so. Contact Steve directly or if you feel the need your commander who will take it through the proper channels all the while keeping it off the message boards. Then maybe tackle the 2500+ postings on YouTube then the rest of the internet thereafter.
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    You can not fire a volunteer but you can ask him not to do it again. Keep up the good work. Joining the NSSA is a work in progress. Once you have the basic equipment, it becomes a matter of up grading. Buy something better and sell the old. Repeat. The devil is in the details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderANV View Post
    Then maybe tackle the 2500+ postings on YouTube then the rest of the internet thereafter.
    Can't change the past Pat. Only the future.
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    True and I applaud you,,,,but maybe through PM's for now on??? =)
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    Does that apply to just having a conversation about N-SSA? Maybe we shouldn't tell our friends about N-SSA without prior approval. Or maybe it's OK with one or two friends, but not a large group of them?........Where do you draw the line?

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