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Email sent on a Ruger P89 slide,thanks
 
Posts: 5467 | Location: Treasure Coast,Fl. | Registered: July 04, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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E-mail sent on a Sig P220ST refinish. Also, you need to move your pics from Photobucket to a new host so we can see all of your great work.
 
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Email answered. What is a good host to move pics to?
 
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^^^That is a good question as I received my slide slide back from you and it looks fantastic and want to show it off. I couldn't believe it was the same one I sent in.
 
Posts: 5467 | Location: Treasure Coast,Fl. | Registered: July 04, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Since Photobucket is no longer an option for me I have been looking at several sites but have not picked one yet to join... Flickr, Tinypic.com, Imageshack.com, Postimg.org, Phreefoto.com Disboards or imgur.com If anyone knows other sites or has any experience with any of these sites please let me know... THANKS
 
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Try PostImage.org. FREE. Very easy to use.

Very easy to re-size pictures. It will do just about anything other than avatars.
 
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www.imgur.com is working well for me at the moment. Easy to use too.


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Working on loading pics for new ad.
 
Posts: 357 | Registered: May 12, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Found a fix elsewhere you can try for Photobucket.Not sure how it will last but does seem to work

Go to your post with broken Photobucket links and select "Edit"

Go to the code where you added the pic
It will be everything the [ IMG] and [/IMG ] tags.

[ IMG]http://i1082.photobucket.com/albums/j367/name/IMG_2411.jpg[/img ]
(spaces added at front and rear of tags to make it non-functional to illustrate code)

Right before the last tag, and after the .jpg add this: ~original

So it looks like this:

[ IMG]http://i1082.photobucket.com/albums/j367/name/IMG_2411.jpg~original[/img ]

Hit preview to verify that you did it correctly, then hit save.
 
Posts: 94 | Location: Southern N.J. | Registered: January 19, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Looking forward to your new ad.
 
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Originally posted by waynewash:
Looking forward to your new ad.


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One of Doug's latest projects. He coated the frame of my P229 in a tungsten gray. Also did a couple of the controls in a black. Very nice work and super quick turn around.

https://imgur.com/QqmQnL6

My photo doesn't do it justice


Sigs, Glocks and a couple others
 
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Doug, are you still doing moly resin work? I've got a slide I will need finished sometime in the next month or so.


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Yes I am. Just give me a shout when your ready.
 
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Bump for great work.


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Is he still at it? Might be time for a new or updated ad, as this is almost 4.5yrs old. No way prices have stayed the same, have they?
 
Posts: 984 | Location: Upstate, SC | Registered: March 19, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I am still do coating and prices have went up a little on some things. I need to start a new ad and get things rolling again. I have been out of town 3-5 days a week all summer with my son playing summer baseball. I didn’t want to delay anyone’s refinish due to me being gone. Football is going full force now so won’t be doing any traveling. I will try to get a new ad up in the next couple of days. Some prices have increased from $10-$20 and some are the same.
 
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^^^ Thank you sir!
 
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