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Old 6th of October 2010 (Wed)   #1
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A few shots from a recent project.











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Old 6th of October 2010 (Wed)   #2
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I love that second shot!

Forgive my ignorance, but what is that in the bottom right of 1?
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I love that second shot!

Forgive my ignorance, but what is that in the bottom right of 1?

It is a new suppressor that was built by AAC & Remington for this system.
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I like how you hide your watermark some times. Its like wheres waldo.
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Great shots, really like the last two.
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Great shots, but a little off topic, is that a 300 Whisper?
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Old 7th of October 2010 (Thu)   #7
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Great shots, but a little off topic, is that a 300 Whisper?

Almost the same. The 300 Whisper was never submitted to SAAMI, and there is no standard for it. Because of this the ammunition loads that are out there are varied to say the least. There are a lot of loads that are dedicated weapons other that the AR15. The backing of Remington and AAC creates a stable market. AAC has stated that there is no charge involved for other ammunition manufacturers to produce the ammo or manufacturers to make barrels and uppers. This should also help increase sales and make it more popular.
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love that one of the bullets. great job with all of them.
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As always, great lighting and compositions. I see someone is reloading his own. Wouldn't you love to have the lead consession at the range?
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As always, great lighting and compositions. I see someone is reloading his own. Wouldn't you love to have the lead consession at the range?
Who? I don't reload, I play city cop 40 hours a week, and shoot pictures (and write for Army Times) another 30-50+ hours a week. As SHOT Show gets closer, I'll be more busy than that. I've got no time for reloading, though I admit it appeals to me.
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I was looking at the brass, it has a heat mark on it up at the neck. Definitely looks like it's been shot before?
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Good shots as usual. Though the watermarks in the first 2 are distracting, as you integrated it into key elements of the photo.
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Good shots as usual. Though the watermarks in the first 2 are distracting, as you integrated it into key elements of the photo.

I typically have to as the images for new products and items are often stolen and used by others. If someone wants to use shots that I've done for adwork or selling products, they can pay like everyone else does. While the watermark is minimal protection, it is much better than nothing.
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Dont like em
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Fantastic, what is it about them you don't like?


Being as I am fairly well versed in my market, I hope your explanation gives me growth.

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