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    Ed

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    Western & Eastern Treasures Magazine Out Of Print

    The March 2019 issue of Western & Eastern Treasures Magazine will be the last printed edition of the magazine. From that point on it will only be available in digital format. A real shame that this is happening.
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    It is what it is.
    I think things just got a bit repetitive and they may have failed to keep their subscribers involved.
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    With all the free online metal detecting sites to read (Such as treasurenet) my big question is if people will pay to read something online where you can read tons of new stuff on sites like here every day for free? Hopefully they have something bold and new in store to try.
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    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Worm-Slicer View Post
    With all the free online metal detecting sites to read (Such as treasurenet) my big question is if people will pay to read something online where you can read tons of new stuff on sites like here every day for free? Hopefully they have something bold and new in store to try.
    I have to agree with you.....
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    So now they are history too?
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    Tommy

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    eeeerrrt I like the physical magazine myself
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    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiredman View Post
    So now they are history too?
    Not quite....the magazine will still be available in digital form.

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    I subscribed to the on-line version for a year. I like having back issues going back through 2010 to read, but I wish they could be downloaded to I could load them on my e-reader to read away from home.

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    Not surprised. This is a niche hobby much like my fly fishing and pellet gun hobbies. Mostly older guys who just want to have a good time, and not pay a fortune for a magazine that’s going to be read and then put on a pile with the pervious issues. Plus, printing and mailing costs keep,going up, and was said earlier, there’s a plethora of free infomation to be had on forums, podcasts and YouTube videos...enough to keep me as busy as I want to be.

    I have no problem with emagazines and ebooks. I can download them and take them with me on the iPad to read and then Reference back to if need be without having a paper copy to deal with...but that’s just me. I’m a life member of Federation of Fly Fishers and the NRA, and I take their publications in electronic format to help them keep costs down. I used to just read the magazines then add them to our club library for others who couldn’t afford a subscription.

    JMHO. YMMV

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    Too bad,, I guess it is probably because I dropped my subscription.
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