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Postby Storz » Thu Jul 18, 2013 7:22 am

Seems like we have a lot of firearm enthusiasts on here, post up a pic!

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Glock 23 Gen4 with an Insight M3, I am still looking for a good holster to use with the light. For now I carry it without the light in an Old Faithful IWB. I also just had a set of Trijicon night sites installed :D

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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Sags » Thu Jul 25, 2013 3:26 pm

Maybe everyone's guns where lost in boating accidents... 8)

It's funny even though I'm a photographer and a gun-nut, I've never photographed my guns... Maybe I'll snap a few to keep this thread going.
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby bodegabandit » Thu Jul 25, 2013 5:55 pm

Ruger P-89, Houge Grips,Trijicon Night Sights.

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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Gizmo42 » Sat Jul 27, 2013 1:42 am

bodegabandit wrote:Ruger P-89, Houge Grips,Trijicon Night Sights.


I have the twin to yours Stainless P944 (P94 in .40 cal) with Houge grips.

Well, I HAD it until that horrible boating accident :wink:
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby 4BYDIG » Sat Jul 27, 2013 3:19 pm

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Nothing special, my ruger 10-22 I use for coon hunting, hasn't had but maybe 3-4 clips shot through it since I got it 2 years ago. Gotta find some more ammo when I have the extra cash
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby GoodyMOBB » Sat Jul 27, 2013 11:58 pm

Should I post my rifle or my gun? The one for shooting or the one for fun?
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Philip A. » Sun Jul 28, 2013 1:38 pm

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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby bodegabandit » Sun Jul 28, 2013 8:55 pm

The two 32 rd clips I had for the Ruger most definitely fell victim to a horrific boating accident.
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Gizmo42 » Mon Jul 29, 2013 10:40 am

bodegabandit wrote:The two 32 rd clips I had for the Ruger most definitely fell victim to a horrific boating accident.


Which isnt a bad thing considering the Ruger uses magazines and not clips :mrgreen:
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Sags » Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:03 pm

Gizmo42 wrote:
bodegabandit wrote:The two 32 rd clips I had for the Ruger most definitely fell victim to a horrific boating accident.


Which isnt a bad thing considering the Ruger uses magazines and not clips :mrgreen:


:lol:

As soon as I read that I KNEW somebody here would nail you on it... if Gizmo hadn't, I would have.

You probably already know, but just for education sakes for others. Every firearm that is not a single shot (or dbl barreled) loads the chamber from a magazine, be it stacked, tubular, drum, rotary etc.. (exception to the rule is a revolver which has multiple revolving chambers). Some firearms (mostly military bolt action rifles) also have the ability to quickly reload the magazine from a clip and the clip is just dropped, or the really weird one is the M1 Garand where the clip loads WITH the cartridges into the magazine then is ejected with the last shell.
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Sags » Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:12 pm

Philip A. wrote:
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Drool... ... ...

Closest thing I've shot was a .500 nitro, and I fell in love instantly.
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby bodegabandit » Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:32 pm

Gizmo42 wrote:
bodegabandit wrote:The two 32 rd clips I had for the Ruger most definitely fell victim to a horrific boating accident.


Which isnt a bad thing considering the Ruger uses magazines and not clips :mrgreen:



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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Sags » Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:48 pm

Going to the pistol range this afternoon, so decided to get a couple pictures of mine. I didn't want to drag out and set up my big camera, so I decided to try something new and took some snapshots with my phone just now (never used the phone/camera before)..

Now I can't for the life of my figure out how to get them onto my computer. :roll: With my real camera I just pull out the CF card and stick it in the reader. I plugged my phone in the USB, but it doesn't show up in Lightroom...

Oh well... I'm off to the range now anyway, maybe later I'll figure it out.
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Gizmo42 » Mon Jul 29, 2013 7:22 pm

If its a smart phone you can d/l an app from whatever service you use to store pics online and upload them directly. Otherwise, when you plug your phone in windows explorer (if using windows, dont remember what apple calls it) will show the CF card on the phone as a removable drive. Click through the directories for it and you should find one for pics (motorala calls it DCIM or some such) then you can copy/paste the file wherever you want.
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Sags » Wed Jul 31, 2013 4:20 pm

Gizmo42 wrote:If its a smart phone you can d/l an app from whatever service you use to store pics online and upload them directly. Otherwise, when you plug your phone in windows explorer (if using windows, dont remember what apple calls it) will show the CF card on the phone as a removable drive. Click through the directories for it and you should find one for pics (motorala calls it DCIM or some such) then you can copy/paste the file wherever you want.


I have a Smugmug Pro account, but apparently my phone is not "smart" enough because when I tried to download their app it said it is "not compatible with your device".

Anyway I figured it out, after I plug in my phone to the computer, I have to tap the little usb icon on my phone screen and tell it to connect before it shows up in windows. Otherwise it just sits there and charges.

PS. I've never heard of a phone that takes CF cards.. would be interesting to fit a card that big into a smartphone :lol: Even some the new pro SLRs are switching from CF to SD cards.



Anyway...

This is my carry setup. XDm Compact 3.8 .45ACP in a White Hat holster.

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I used to have a Pierce grip extension on it, but since it conceals better without it I decided to ditch it. That was on of my reasons for the range trip the other day... to learn to shoot it without the Pierce, it's a little weird, but I figured out how to kind of curl my pinky under and still get a satisfactory grip.

And I also took this along just to play. Browning Buckmarck Camper

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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby IsuzuGeek » Wed Jul 31, 2013 6:50 pm

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Which one you wanna see? :lol:

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PS - No, I did not take this photo just for this thread. ;)
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby squatch » Wed Jul 31, 2013 11:07 pm

The brothers Henry! 22lr Golden boy on top. 44mag Big Boy on the bottom. My new toys! :D :D
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby squatch » Wed Jul 31, 2013 11:16 pm

Gizmo42 wrote:
bodegabandit wrote:The two 32 rd clips I had for the Ruger most definitely fell victim to a horrific boating accident.


Which isnt a bad thing considering the Ruger uses magazines and not clips :mrgreen:


I figured this was a reference to a comment from a certain gun control female politician. The one about how we don't need 30 rd clips because they are bullet clips and if they get rid of them so we can't buy them then when we use up the bullets they will be gone and can't be refilled! :withstupid:
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby bradzuzu » Fri Aug 02, 2013 1:28 am

Lol you guys make these look sexy in a sick kinda way :)

If I had my 100 year old 38 lever action here at the house I'd take a picture ... It's like the John Wayne riffle in true grit..
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby bradzuzu » Fri Aug 02, 2013 1:28 am

nfpgasmask wrote:Image

Which one you wanna see? :lol:

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PS - No, I did not take this photo just for this thread. ;)


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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby squatch » Fri Aug 02, 2013 8:58 am

bradzuzu wrote:You big kid :) you worry me sometimes haha


Me too! :D
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby chuffer » Fri Aug 02, 2013 10:22 am

squatch wrote:
bradzuzu wrote:You big kid :) you worry me sometimes haha


Me too! :D


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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby IsuzuGeek » Fri Aug 02, 2013 11:33 am

chuffer wrote:
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bradzuzu wrote:You big kid :) you worry me sometimes haha


Me too! :D


Me three, especially the exam gloves.

Those are just leather gloves from the hardware store. :)

And I am glad I worry you guys. :twisted: :lol: Anyway, no, this was just a photo I took for a version of my website that never came to be, it fits here. :)

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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby bradzuzu » Fri Aug 02, 2013 12:16 pm

You guys sure are good at stratigicly placing the little nick nacks for that coolness effect.. I haven't held my guns for a few years now :( when I moved the went to storage.. Target practicing with my 30/06 wasn't much fun , rugger's butt pad on those is very hard !! Almost forgot I have a 38 smithy 6" barrel... Never could shoot good (accurately ) with a pistol lol
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