9. Try to keep posts on topic. Threads tend to wander as part of the natural discourse, but try not to be the one to take them completely off course. Site staff may edit/delete posts on occasion if they feel something was an obvious hijack to what was otherwise and interesting and on-topic thread.
10. If you work for, or are affiliated in some way with a manufacturer or distributor of firearms or some related product, you are required to let people know these facts, so they know where your perspective is coming from, if the post somehow involves your product or company. The best way I can think of is to add it to your signature line. For example: "Michael D. Smith - Eastern Regional Director - Carson Brothers Distributing, LLC". Note that you don't have to use a name if you don't want to, but please don't use a fake name.
11. Have a thick skin. This is the internet, and supposedly 80% of all communication is non-verbal, which is being lost when you and others type. Assume someone isn't trying to piss you off until you are pretty certain they are. This rule is intended to be self-enforced.
These rules supercede previous iterations, as of 6/29/2008, unless superceded at a later date.