That is in the works.How about a Bersa giveaway, worked great for jump starting the Glock Forum. I'd imagine you could get a NIB 380 for $270ish, I guess it just depends on if you think that investment would make the quick returns it did for a bigger name like Glock.
I will be getting a store together real soon. I'm using Cafe Press.Another great method I've personally seen and can suggest are T-Shirts with the forum logo. A nice quality T with a sharp looking graphic will spread the word quickly. If you can get these out to your members at a fair price and have them wear the shirts at their next gun show, you've got some of the best advertising you can get and it costs you nothing!! With all of the smart phones and cameras out there all it takes is that sharp logo to prompt a quick picture and a search of the website after that! If you develop some inexpensive things, like key fobs, hats, shirts, bandana's, pistol rugs, etc., things that you can put the logo on will increase participation and support quickly (and inexpensively!!)
I find that surprising. Is the gun control not as prevalent?I happen to be in Buenos Aires this week on a business trip and I was surprised to learn how many of my friends and associates here didn't even know there was a firearm manufacturer named BERSA in the country. Go figure. They were very surprised to hear how popular this guns is in the US.
Sounds like a good plan, I'm anxious to see what you decide! If I can provide any assistance, please let me know. I think there's a great group here and I believe if you continue to incorporate additional firearms into the mix, it will attract even more members. That is of course if you want to go that direction. Individual sections on semi auto's, revolvers, shotguns and centerfire rifles (Black Rifles) always attract the folks that either have one or both and want a friendly place to talk (brag) about their firearms. I've found that there are a lot of people out there with a question and don't know where or whom to ask and then get that answer fast, say within a day or two tops. It brings them back and typically they'll share the name of the place they got the help they needed! It'll start to snowball, you watch!Let me see what I can put together.
As Argentina is number 62 in the number of guns per capita (10.2 guns per 100 people, which is less than many countries with extremely strict gun control laws like Mexico and Venezuela) I don't doubt it.I happen to be in Buenos Aires this week on a business trip and I was surprised to learn how many of my friends and associates here didn't even know there was a firearm manufacturer named BERSA in the country. Go figure. They were very surprised to hear how popular this guns is in the US.