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West4 by Matt Barnette, on Flickr


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Breast size really isn't important. Heck, handgun size isn't either. Any time there's a pair of either one of those unholstered and pointing at me they have my full undivided attention.
 
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A bit of the Old City


I'm curious how you got that shot. When I was there there wasn't anything there that would give one that vantage that I can remember.

Nice shot of the Western Wall regardless.


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Taken the day before D-Day 71st anniversary--an old German bunker at Omaha Beach:

Day 5, Omaha Beach, DSC_0463
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I'm curious how you got that shot. When I was there there wasn't anything there that would give one that vantage that I can remember.

Nice shot of the Western Wall regardless.


Hmm. If you walk in the Jaffa Gate and keep going straight until that dead ends, you take a right, then the first left. On the right you'll eventually get to the entrance to the Western Wall Plaza. Turn around and go back the way you came. Then take the first left. That takes you along all the buildings that are at the back of the plaza and you'll find this balcony.
 
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Taken the day before D-Day 71st anniversary--an old German bunker at Omaha Beach:

Day 5, Omaha Beach, DSC_0463
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That image really makes me reflect on the courage and sacrifice of the allies on D-Day.
By the way, what's that little smoky/fuzzy thing to the right of the bunker?



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I know I am going to sound dumb, but what is that device on the muzzle?



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The Caribbean.


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I know I am going to sound dumb, but what is that device on the muzzle?


I feel better now. I am wondering the same thing.


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On a hike through a wetlands preserve...



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Lion fish - Albuquerque Aquarium

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4x5, I'm not sure what the "fuzzy thing" is in that picture--maybe a bush moving in the wind? Maybe a water spot on the lens.

Here's the 10 June pic:

Day 10, Paris St. Ambroise, DSC_0821
by David Casteel, on Flickr

BTW, while I'm in Europe (for 42 days) I am posting one as-shot picture each day on this Album: https://www.flickr.com/photos/.../72157651754520663/; I won't be posting my full panoply of photos to Flickr® until after I return home in mid-July.

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I know I am going to sound dumb, but what is that device on the muzzle?


Ferfrans CRD

Primary Arms has them. Bunch of videos on Youtube about it.
http://www.primaryarms.com/Fer...ular_Muzzl_p/crd.htm


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I'm assuming this is a pistol, who makes your receiver extension tube that appears to be cheek-rests?


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I'm assuming this is a pistol, who makes your receiver extension tube that appears to be cheek-rests?


Purchased it from Thordsen Custom. I got the kit with the keyed buffer tube.
http://www.thordsencustoms.com...EST-KIT-x3607311.htm


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