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March 17, 2017 at 3:08 pm #1449Practical-Shotgun.comKeymaster
1. The forum displays real names, first then last (e.g. John Smith) on all participants’ posts and first name only for moderators.
2. Treat other members with the respect they deserve, treat others like you would like to be treated.
3. The forum language is English only.
4. Do not post SPAM. The definition of spam is an irrelevant or advertising post. Any post considered spam will be removed along with the person posting it.
5. Please refrain from posting images larger than 600 pixels on either side, if it needs to be bigger please self host the image and add a link.
6. Insulting and / or personal attacks against forum users or staff will be not tolerated.
7. Swearing is absolutely forbidden in the public forum.
8. No hacking or illegal activity, such as torrents and illegal downloads, this will not be tolerated, and will be reported to relevant local authorities.
9. Please do not post inappropriate material, the definition is ‘anything the site owner or any moderator deems inappropriate’.
10. Copyright – this is a private forum with membership privileges contingent upon an undertaking not to share material posted here by any means including, but not limited to; copying, making screen shots and reposting outside this site. Any such activity is strictly forbidden and will result in immediate expulsion. Copyright infringements are enforceable under the Berne Convention which applies in 172 countries around the world.
11. Discretionary admission policy – in the event of refusal no reason(s) need be given and no discussion or negotiation will be entered into, participation in the competitors forum is at the sole discretion of the site owner and moderators, all of whom have a right to exercise a veto.
12. Swearing is not completely banned in the competitors forum but please remember there is a category in our sport called ‘Junior’ so its not an exclusively adult audience.
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