David Albert

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About David Albert

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  • Birthday 06/12/1966

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  • City and State Cincinnati, OH

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  1. H&R Handy Gun 32 20 wcf

    Might I suggest posting in the following forum on Machinegunboards.com. You will find some Handy Gun experts there. http://www.machinegunboards.com/forums/index.php?showforum=44 David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  2. Sturm Members with Current Rank of Corporal, If you were a member of Machinegunboards.com prior to 1/2/16, I want to thank you again for your support, which also helped Sturmgewehr.com. If you recall, back when we transitioned Sturm to the new format, we thanked our Machinegunboards.com members by transitioning their information to the new site, and gave them membership as a Corporal, which allowed free posting for a year. That year has turned into a "baker's dozen, so to speak, because it was supposed to end on 1/8/17. It's now 2/5/17, and the benefits with Corporal rank are changing. Current Corporals will retain their rank, however if they wish to post ads anywhere but the WTB Board, they will need to upgrade their memberships. Personal Site Memberships are available here: http://www.sturmgewehr.com/forums/index.php?/store/category/1-personal-site-subscriptions/ Commercial Site Memberships are available here: http://www.sturmgewehr.com/forums/index.php?/store/category/2-commercial-site-subscriptions/ We want to thank you again for your support, and hope that you have enjoyed your free year of access, and will upgrade your membership. Thanks Again! David & Andy Albert
  3. Hi David,

                  On what date this year 2017 can we start renewing our membership dues at Sturmgewehr.com 

    Thank you,

    Rodney Stutes

    Rodney's Distributors

    1. David Albert

      David Albert

      Hi Rodney,

      Your current membership began on 4/14/16, and is good for a year.  You can renew at any time, however it will be best for you if you wait until it expires, so that you get your full year, because when you renew, the new year begins on the date of the new transaction.

      Just let me know if you have any questions.

      Thanks!

      David

    2. Rodney's Distributors

      Rodney's Distributors

      David, 

                That makes it easy to remember that way because its the same time my IRS 1040 income taxes are due. 

      David, I enjoy the Sturmgewehr.com Board and thank you very much..............Rodney

    3. David Albert

      David Albert

      Rodney,

      We are glad to have you here.  

      Thanks Again!

      David

  4. Various M1 Carbine Manuals For Sale

    These are still available... David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  5. QUESTIONABLE OFFER !!

    Mike, Looks like a scammer. WTB posts are a fertile field for attracting them. Always proceed with due caution. David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  6. Hi Dave! Last weekend I picked up a copy of Notes On Auto Ordnance The Thompson Submachinegun Second Edition 1989 by Bannan and Hill.

    A friend brought it to my table at the gun show I was at. He wanted $100, no problem! I read through it today. Amazing how far spell check has brought us. On Amazon, there is one copy from 1975 being offered for $300!! Have you seen any copies for sale recently? Are people still interested in this book? Is it like the Cox book, that if you collect Thompson stuff, you have to have a copy of it?

    Chris

  7. Telko XM - 10 - Portuguese Model

    hynz57, Please post a price for your item. David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  8. David, I posted this ad which Hedrok from Avon, Ohio first name Brian said he will take it but  never sent payment and I marked it SOLD and now cannot repost it. Can you remove the SOLD on the ad so I may repost it. I have tried to contact Hedrok from Avon, Ohio first name Brian with no success. Thank you for your help in trying to resolve this.

    Rodney Stutes

    Rodney's Distributors

     Sold REDUCED: COLLECTORS Very Rare USMC M1912 Long Drop .45 Auto Pistol Holster with Leg Strap, MINT now $55

    By  Rodney's Distributors28 Dec 2016
    1. David Albert
    2. Rodney's Distributors

      Rodney's Distributors

      David, 

                 Thank you very much, I appreciate your effort and concern to help everyone accomplish their goals on Sturmgewehr.com

      Rodney Stutes

      Rodney's Distributors

  9. It's not that you really make your WTS line bold...It's whether or not you have viewed a listing, or not, that makes it appear as bold. Ads that you've already viewed will no longer show as bold. Ads that you have not yet read will appear bold. David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  10. If I want to do a one time listing do I need to purchase the lowest commercial level 

     

    1. David Albert
    2. Mitch

      Mitch

      Thank you for your reply after posting I had read further and discovered what I need to do thank you and have a good day

    3. David Albert

      David Albert

      Mitch, You too...Let me know if you need anything. -David

  11. Hotchkiss Mountain Gun 1.65 Information

    There was an article written in Gun Digest about the Hotchkiss Mountain Howitzer long ago, either late 70's, or early 80's. I remember reading it, and being fascinated. I will see if I can find it, but no promises. I'm not sure if I have it, or not. David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  12. Fraud Alert!!!!

    Bottom line, it is not a good idea to post your e-mail address in a reply to an ad. Here are some reasons: It signals your intent to a potential scammer - They know exactly what you want, and where to send you their request for payment They may appear to have a similar address to the person who posted the ad...Just think about how easy it is to get a free, customized e-mail address - This can be done anywhere in the world It's poor etiquette...You should be reaching out to the seller, not asking them to contact you You should contact the seller using the PM feature, or through their e-mail address directly, without posting your e-mail in a reply to their original ad for all to see A buyer should always speak to the seller. Vet them out. Be appropriately cautious before you send out hundreds, or thousands of dollars. Never wire money...Never, ever. Do not send funds via Moneygram. Once you speak to the person, and are comfortable that they do not appear to be a scammer, check their address and contact information. Check their FFL address against the ATF database. Check their address on Google Street View, and see if it appears valid. Visit them, and see the gun in person, especially if it's very expensive. If the deal is too good, or anything doesn't feel right, walk away. Don't get greedy. If the deal is too good, there's a problem. David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  13. Fraud Alert!!!!

    Bottom line, it is not a good idea to post your e-mail address in a reply to an ad. Here are some reasons: It signals your intent to a potential scammer - They know exactly what you want, and where to send you their request for payment They may appear to have a similar address to the person who posted the ad...Just think about how easy it is to get a free, customized e-mail address - This can be done anywhere in the world It's poor etiquette...You should be reaching out to the seller, not asking them to contact you You should contact the seller using the PM feature, or through their e-mail address directly, without posting your e-mail in a reply to their original ad for all to see A buyer should always speak to the seller. Vet them out. Be appropriately cautious before you send out hundreds, or thousands of dollars. Never wire money...Never, ever. Do not send funds via Moneygram. Once you speak to the person, and are comfortable that they do not appear to be a scammer, check their address and contact information. Check their FFL address against the ATF database. Check their address on Google Street View, and see if it appears valid. Visit them, and see the gun in person, especially if it's very expensive. If the deal is too good, or anything doesn't feel right, walk away. Don't get greedy. If the deal is too good, there's a problem. David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  14. Fraud Alert!!!!

    Bottom line, it is not a good idea to post your e-mail address in a reply to an ad. Here are some reasons: It signals your intent to a potential scammer - They know exactly what you want, and where to send you their request for payment They may appear to have a similar address to the person who posted the ad...Just think about how easy it is to get a free, customized e-mail address - This can be done anywhere in the world It's poor etiquette...You should be reaching out to the seller, not asking them to contact you You should contact the seller using the PM feature, or through their e-mail address directly, without posting your e-mail in a reply to their original ad for all to see A buyer should always speak to the seller. Vet them out. Be appropriately cautious before you send out hundreds, or thousands of dollars. Never wire money...Never, ever. Do not send funds via Moneygram. Once you speak to the person, and are comfortable that they do not appear to be a scammer, check their address and contact information. Check their FFL address against the ATF database. Check their address on Google Street View, and see if it appears valid. Visit them, and see the gun in person, especially if it's very expensive. If the deal is too good, or anything doesn't feel right, walk away. Don't get greedy. If the deal is too good, there's a problem. David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com
  15. Fraud Alert!!!!

    Bottom line, it is not a good idea to post your e-mail address in a reply to an ad. Here are some reasons: It signals your intent to a potential scammer - They know exactly what you want, and where to send you their request for payment They may appear to have a similar address to the person who posted the ad...Just think about how easy it is to get a free, customized e-mail address - This can be done anywhere in the world It's poor etiquette...You should be reaching out to the seller, not asking them to contact you You should contact the seller using the PM feature, or through their e-mail address directly, without posting your e-mail in a reply to their original ad for all to see A buyer should always speak to the seller. Vet them out. Be appropriately cautious before you send out hundreds, or thousands of dollars. Never wire money...Never, ever. Do not send funds via Moneygram. Once you speak to the person, and are comfortable that they do not appear to be a scammer, check their address and contact information. Check their FFL address against the ATF database. Check their address on Google Street View, and see if it appears valid. Visit them, and see the gun in person, especially if it's very expensive. If the deal is too good, or anything doesn't feel right, walk away. Don't get greedy. If the deal is too good, there's a problem. David Albert dalbert@sturmgewehr.com