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Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Joe Woods, Sep 21, 2010.

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  1. Joe Woods

    Joe Woods Well-Known Member

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    Tom Why don't you just call RCBS customer service !!


    Joe Woods/Ontario
     
  2. short shucker

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    Please quit yelling (all caps), it's hard on the eyes.

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  3. MACH4RANDY

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    If the caps bother ya don't read it.SOME O F US HAVE EYE CONDITIONS THATREQUIRE US TO USE CAPS.
     
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    MACH4RANDY

    "If the caps bother ya don't read it.SOME O F US HAVE EYE CONDITIONS THATREQUIRE US TO USE CAPS."

    Well if you are a IE user that section of the program allows you to make the letters bigger. As a matter of fact it allows you to make everything on the screen bigger.

    What eye condition would that be???? Is it called lack of glasses????

    BTW this is a quote from the suggestions from below the message window.

    "Make a good impression by taking the time to use correct spelling and grammar. Responses are stronger when they are clear, concise, and on topic. Avoid shouting: Responses written with all capital letters symbolize shouting. Use capital letters sparingly. A message in all caps is considered rude."

    Bob Lawless
     
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    I agree with their customer service, I bought a reloader
    From a guy 2nd hand and RCBS still sent me any part I needed
    Free
     
  6. claybrdr

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    Do you not want to pay for some or is RCBS refusing to sell you some? Help me out understanding the problem.
     
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    It would have been very helpful if you had put more in the title rather than just "Wanted". Tons of people will click on it and then find out they can't help you.

    and...FYI...all caps has been proven, many studies, to be harder to read than upper/lower case. If you have problems seeing something, make it bigger. All browsers have this capability. But, please, no caps...

    cap
     
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