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A Reminder Regarding Amazon.Com

Kodiak PA

Gold Member
Dec 3, 1998
Just a reminder to our members that Blade Forums gets a credit for every book ordered from Amazon.Com thru the following link:

I can’t think of an easier way to support Blade Forums. You get your book at the regular discount and Blade Forums gets some need financial support. It doesn’t have to be just knife books either. All books bought from the above link give a credit to our forum.

Question for Mike: Does BFC get a credit for music, videos and gifts bought through Amazon.Com, too?

Thanks everyone, just wanted to post this reminder.



I think so and thanks for the plug.

We are still in the red and I am paying for the difference and hopefully we can pull it out over time.

We can use all the help we can get!

Thanks again!

I will post the financials in a few weeks.

Best Regards,
Mike Turber
BladeForums Site Owner and Administrator
Do it! Do it right! Do it right NOW!

Um, I think I must have crawled out from under my rock just recently, but I was unaware that there was a program going on with Amazon. Can someone share the particulars with the rest of us who might not have known this? ie., Is there a spot on Amazon's secure ordering when we place an order that asks for a referring website, or is it tracked automatically by those dreaded cookie/IP things, or what? I hit a book store usually once a month, but if ordering from Amazon can help out the forums, then I'm all for it!

Don LeHue

The pen is mightier than the sword...outside of arm's reach. Modify radius accordingly for rifle.

Thanks for the reminder Greg.

I do order from amazon.com. Any future order will be through this link.

No, no Bob, the string goes around your finger, not your neck!