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Forum Searching #5570157 01/29/15 02:35 AM
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Hopefully I'm posting this question in the correct location......

When performing a search does it include the subject field also? For example, when searching for CZ nothing is found but there is currently a CZ rifle for sale but it will not show in the search results. If you search HK or H&K nothing will show as well. Any info would be appreciated.

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Re: Forum Searching [Re: RonGleaves] #5570238 01/29/15 03:27 AM
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Put in CZ Rifle(caliber if you know it) on click the "in subject and body" then highlight the subforum it will be in or all the classifieds. Then put in a date range setting for how many days,weeks or months you want to search from if you know how long ago it was.


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Re: Forum Searching [Re: RonGleaves] #5570281 01/29/15 03:52 AM
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Thanks but I guess the search doesn't search part of the subject? Occasionally I'll do random searches to see if I've missed something that might interest me. I don't know caliber etc. I'll just search manufacture. I was using this resent post to test with earlier.

http://texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbth...int#Post5569876


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Re: Forum Searching [Re: RonGleaves] #5570290 01/29/15 03:59 AM
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I think there is a minimum 4 character string required for searches. Search on "pig" or "308" and you get no hits but search on "2506" and you will. And special characters like "." and "-" don't count toward those 4 characters.


Re: Forum Searching [Re: RonGleaves] #5570623 01/29/15 02:01 PM
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Thanks, you are correct. Any three letter/number search will come up with nothing.


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Re: Forum Searching [Re: RonGleaves] #5570847 01/29/15 04:12 PM
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you could try google search

Search item + Texashuntingforum


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Re: Forum Searching [Re: kmon1] #5570852 01/29/15 04:14 PM
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Originally Posted By: kmon1
you could try google search

Search item + Texashuntingforum


This is what I do most the time. I put whatever I am looking for in quotations and then add Texas Hunting Forum after.

Like in the OP, I would google "H&K" Texas hunting forum


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Originally Posted By: kmon1
you could try google search

Search item + Texashuntingforum


I just did that and it didn't work.


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But h&K site:texashuntingforum.com worked.

It's important to put the full url (IOW include the ".com").


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