Surprise On Handloader Magazine On Line

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mashburn posted this 03 February 2024

I recently subscribed to Handloader-Rifle and Black Powder Cartridge Magazines online. The Optomertist people are still spending my money and trying to fix the vision in my right eye, and they haven't accomplished much. I'm waiting on my 3rd. hard contact lense, at the present. I subscribed to these online magazines because I can read them on the computer monitor without much problem. (With my glasses of course)

I pulled up an article on bullet casting and guess what, after setting and waiting for it to download, a message came up saying, that it couldn't be shown because of some kind of network agreement. I guess we bullet casters are a dangerous lot. So far, I haven't tried to download anything pertaining to cartridge reloading, and I wonder if this is edited also. Right now, I'm to ticked off to the highest level of ticktivity. I sometimes wonder what happened to my country.

Mashburn

David a. Cogburn

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RustyZipper posted this 03 February 2024

First I have heard of this particular twist. Maybe not about you but an actual agreement between this CBA and the Handloader bunch?¿? Be Well Masnurn, RZ.

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Idahocaster posted this 04 February 2024

Sounds like your Internet Service Provider leans a little left.

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RicinYakima posted this 04 February 2024

Very common here on the West Coast. No hospitals, nursing homes and many RV parks have ISP that block "Guns" "Firearms" "Bullets" web pages and traffic. 

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99 Strajght posted this 04 February 2024

I had this happen to me a few years ago. When I told this to the CBA,  someone at CBA got ahold of my internet provider and they changed what they were doing. I do not remember who it was but someone there knows what to do.

 

Glenn

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John Alexander posted this 04 February 2024

The CBA has no agreement of any kind with Handloader magazine, or any other magazine or internet provider.

John

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99 Strajght posted this 04 February 2024

Whoever does the internet for CBA at that time know what to do to get the provider to change. It worked for me.

Glenn

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