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Lots of goodies to sell...

Discussion in 'Bushcraft Chatter' started by Bruce H, Dec 7, 2017.

  1. Bruce H

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    Hello All
    I have recently joined the forum having been involved in some form of bushcraft or eco living by default.
    I work with trees and have done for over thirty years, I have a small holding and I used to be very active in field sports including deer stalking. I have now reached a stage where I am planning to scale down and move to sunnier lands. As a result I have a huge collection of knives, axes,deer stalking kit and other items that I would like to sell. How do I sell via the forum please.
     
  2. Wayne

    Wayne BCUK Welfare Officer
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    Hi Bruce.

    The forum has strict rules on selling. To be able to post sales threads you must be a paid full member.

    See here
    http://www.bushcraftuk.com/forum/payments.php

    It would be nice if you join in the conversation as well.
     
  3. Bruce H

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    Ok thank you, I am not really into social media, Facebook and similar are a mystery to me so forum posting and discussion are a bit alien too. My work and lifestyle is very solitary but I enjoy reading about other peoples thoughts, experiences and views. I just thought the forum members might appreciate some of my collection and put them to better use than the general public.
     
  4. crosslandkelly

    crosslandkelly A somewhat settled

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    Hi Bruce, welcome and enjoy.
     
  5. WealdenWoodsman

    WealdenWoodsman Full Member

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    Welcome! I would highly recommend becoming a full member. Its not a lot to pay when you think of all of the things you have access to.:)
     

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