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Colt Woodsman.


Larry's Guns Xesse


Smith and Wesson 41.


P226 with P220 22lr slide Conversion Kit.


My daughter's Smith and Wesson Victory


Beretta Model 87T


My Smith and Wesson Victory.


My Sig Trailside


My Son's Victory.


My Ruger P85II.


My Sig P225.


My Jericho 941


My Original Duty gun HK USP40.


My Beretta 92c LTT clone.


Blacked out Valor VBOB.


My X5 All Round.


My Dan Wesson Guardian 9mm.



My Ted Yost Custom 1965 T series.


My Fletcher Custom 40/.357sig Browning High Power.


My P226 Elite SAO.


Smith and Wesson 686+ 3"


Smith and Wesson 1968 model 40 Centennial


Smith and Wesson 686+ Talo edition


Smith and Wesson 625


Smith and Wesson 627 PC.


Smith and Wesson Model 19


Smith and Wesson Pre model 14


Smith and Wesson model 617


Smith and Wesson Model 18


Dan Wesson Model 17
 
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Variations on a theme!

N E A T Big Grin Big Grin



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Very nice! Care to share your camera equipment and settings?




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Canon 6dmkIi
Tamron 28-75 f2.8
2 40w halogen spots to the left and right of the photo box.

A 430exIII RT on a seperate stand above and ove the camera lens. Usually down 2 and 1/3 stops

Most of the photos are at f8 to f11
 
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Nice collection and excellent photography.

PC
 
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Terrific pics and collection!

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That X5. Me likey.


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Variations on a theme!

N E A T Big Grin Big Grin


Thank you. I started a page on Facebook before the election in VA. After the election, and the prefiling from the bills I took it down. I wanted to better understand the PAGE management side of Facebook.

I was doing very well, up until Facebook decided it was time for me to pay for the promotion of my posts. For a start-up, I was getting 12 to 15k views/impressions with about 5-6k in clicks. With 50-75 new members,/likes a day in the last 7 days.

Then the 21-day mark hit, and I was down to 1500 views, impressions, and 200 Clicks. I then went down to 1-5 likes per day.

The initial cost of promotion was something like 20 bucks for 6k views. After the 21 day period, it became odd numbers like 18 dollars for 257 views.

We had the election in VA, I took down all my gun photos online shortly their after. I scrubbed 15 years of photos from my accounts in a couple of hours.

Anywho, these are some of the photo's I took for that page.
 
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Great guns and beautiful photography.


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Well, they're very nice, but several of them are too dark for me.

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dairy free





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This one! Big Grin Big Grin



Then again, I could be biased by the subject matter.




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.38supersig,

I don't have those aluminum base mags. I really do Like my AO. It is one of the better shooting guns I own.

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Well, they're very nice, but several of them are too dark for me.

flashguy


I hadn't done much photo editing in 10 years or so. Many of them have a 30% soft vingette at the edge.
 
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Wow, DS, what a collection!
I'm as impressed with your Seikos (and a Hamilton!) as with your guns! Cool




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A 357SIG BHP?? Awesome!


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Great job shooting the shooters!
I'm imagining that took some time to do so I hope you had fun.

I've just gotta say - I love your wheel gun selection.

Cheers~
 
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Thank you all. I am afk for a few days. Hopefully when i get back i can do some more shots.
 
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Please do, those pictures and subject matter is NICE!!


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Thanks all, I just returned from Oregon. I will give this some thought as I go through the next few weeks.

I haven't had much time to take photos lately.

I did pick up some bowling pins this last weekend before the family went into lock down at the request of my wifes work.

Bowling at our house.





 
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