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Oct 25, 2019 10:44 |  #4411

Pocket pistol from Springfield Armory

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Oct 30, 2019 20:14 |  #4412

Not the copycat!?!?! ߘ

j/k...how do you like it?


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Oct 30, 2019 20:23 |  #4414

Had a pretty good day at the Kentucky State Steel Challenge Championship earlier this month.


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Oct 31, 2019 03:09 |  #4415

Daytona wrote in post #18953029 (external link)
Not the copycat!?!?! ߘ

j/k...how do you like it?

I actually like it a lot. Has a little beefier grip than the p365. I put about 1000 rounds through it. Oiled it once and didn’t clean it. Ran flawless. The rear sight had to be drifted to the left a bit when I first got it but that’s was it. I may change the sights though




  
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Nov 01, 2019 20:58 |  #4416

Wanted to try out a new background...
The backside-guts of the shot. ;-)a


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Nov 08, 2019 08:20 |  #4417

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Wanted to try out a new background...
The backside-guts of the shot. ;-)a

good idea using corks like that.


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Nov 09, 2019 09:21 |  #4418

Springfield sent me another pistol to photograph and shoot. 3.8” barrel XDE in 9mm

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Nov 09, 2019 19:45 |  #4419

My favorite combo when I want to get my cowboy on ! :-D

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Nov 10, 2019 10:19 |  #4420

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I apologize if I can’t post this but if anyone is interested, I wrote a short book walking through how I take my photos. Even edits and custom filters. It’s called Product Photography Secrets: How I Get Those Clean Product Shots. It’s available on Amazon Kindle. DM me if you need a link. Not sure I can post that here in public.

I got my copy, thanks. Has some good information. And it's free for those who have Kindle unlimited.
But since I'm just starting out in small item photography, and don't have any light gear yet, I may start with continuous lighting first.
In any case, your book is helpful.


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Nov 10, 2019 11:37 |  #4421

TRhoads wrote in post #18957025 (external link)
good idea using corks like that.

One lessened concern is scratching the subject. I have a variety of cut corks and dense foam to use when I desire a bit of separation.




  
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Nov 11, 2019 05:06 |  #4422

Perfectly Frank wrote in post #18958007 (external link)
I got my copy, thanks. Has some good information. And it's free for those who have Kindle unlimited.
But since I'm just starting out in small item photography, and don't have any light gear yet, I may start with continuous lighting first.
In any case, your book is helpful.

Thank you. I’m glad it can help. I find it odd that so many photographers try to keep their stuff secret.




  
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Nov 15, 2019 15:30 |  #4424

Jerry, that is a superb photo, but I really love the 1911 as well.
I see a Ruger bird on the fine wood grips, but that can't be a stock Ruger by a long shot! Can it?


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Nov 15, 2019 15:43 |  #4425

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Jerry, that is a superb photo, but I really love the 1911 as well.
I see a Ruger bird on the fine wood grips, but that can't be a stock Ruger by a long shot! Can it?


Thanks for the kind words. No, not stock. When I lived in the Atlanta area, I was located only 20 minutes away from John Harrison. He had a short list of 1911 products that he was willing to work on. Ruger was not on the list. Long story short, if I had to ship it to him, he would not have worked on it. After several emails, he said, "Bring it over, and I'll take a look."

Seven months later, this is what I have. Mr. Harrison was nice enough to provide a letter of provenance stating this was his first (and only, so far) Ruger SR1911.

The grips are presentation grade desert ironwood by Sarge at The Finer Grain. Sarge was nice enough to inlay a set of medallions for me.




  
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