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Old 01-23-2013, 01:04 PM   #1
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Will the PGCA,,,,ever try another calendar?????
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Old 01-23-2013, 01:15 PM   #2
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There has been some discussion but, to date, no decision has been made. Still awaiting replies to questions we have asked of vendors.
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Old 01-23-2013, 05:29 PM   #3
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Ken it would be nice to see a real reproduction calendar like the Wood Duck calendar, hopefully that will happen.
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That was the idea when we did the last one but it was struck down by the powers that be.

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I know the calander would cost more to make ie. a "Wood Duck" calander copy then one page calander done before, and I know they were concerned about costs, but again I will say it, if you take pre orders and deposits you will know how many to produce and the PGCA will not get stuck with a bunch of extras that they have to giveaway. Just my two cents Eric
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It would be easy to make one using the guns pictured on the home page during the course of a year.
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It would be easy to make one using the guns pictured on the home page during the course of a year.
Rich members that I have talked to want a repro of one of the older calendar, like the Wood Duck or something similar.
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The LC Smith Collectors Association produces a nice one-page calendar every year. On the back in a history of LC Smith guns and definitions of grades. What's really amazing is that they those calendars away!
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It would be nice to have a reproduction of a vintage calender that could be framed and put in the man cave but I think there were copyright concerns regarding the image used.
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Most of that stuff is so old it's in the public domain. If there was any concern there wouldn't be all these reproduction gun catalogs floating around.

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