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    Default How do I view my rep comments?

    I can't seem to figure out how to find my rep comments without getting new rep. I need to find an old rep comment to access the related thread for a research project. (I'm doing an oral dissertation on hand-loading for a military leadership course and the thread the rep comment pertained to contained a link to a specific article I am looking for.) Is there a way to access my rep comments without clicking on the "new rep point" notification?

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    click on settings in the upper right hand corner of the screen.

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    Thanks LuJon! Hmmm... I can only see the last eight or so comments. The one I'm looking for is older. Any way to view all rep comments?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKsoldier View Post
    Thanks LuJon! Hmmm... I can only see the last eight or so comments. The one I'm looking for is older. Any way to view all rep comments?
    I don't believe there is.

    But right next to the Settings Link (UR corner) is My Profile, then click on find all my posts, and it should be in that list.

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    Thanks Family man - I hadn't thought of that. It took a while, but I found it. The article I was looking for was Randy Garrett's writings on penetration relative to velocity for heavy, solid bullets.

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