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    Post your gun PHOTOGRAPHY here!

    As the title implies, place your gun photography here.
    In order to keep things organized and easily accessible in the future, we'll try a sticky thread.
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    A few of the Spanish SxS sidelocks that I own.

    16 ga Mateo Mendicute, 1941



    12 ga Mateo Mendicute, 1946 vintage being restocked and reworked in Spain



    12 ga Mateo Mendicute, 1946 after rework





    16 ga Mateo Mendicute, 1941



    12ga AyA 52, 1960



    From top to bottom: 12ga AyA 52; 12 ga Mateo Mendicute; 12ga Armas EGO



    12ga Victor Sarasqueta 6E



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    12ga Armas EGO

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    Glock 19 and Beretta Nano
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    Tavor 5.56 with manticore arms fore end

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    Suggestion: Label the pics, or put in some text to tell us what it is that we are looking at.

    Fantastic looking pics, so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glocknjeep View Post
    That Glock looks like it was infected with a Chia Pet.
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    CHORIZO- that is beautiful! seeing the workbench underneath, did you do the work? and is that an old Ithaca? it looks about like my dad's old Ithaca...


    GlockNJeep- I don't know much about TAVOR's, i was expecting a bottom eject. How is it to shoot lefty with that thing? or is it so modularized you can switch the ejection port to the other side...? the more i see and read about them, the more i like them, but that ejection port just threw me a little, do you notice any increase in blast/concussion with the ejection port location?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kavalander View Post
    CHORIZO- that is beautiful! seeing the workbench underneath, did you do the work? and is that an old Ithaca? it looks about like my dad's old Ithaca...


    GlockNJeep- I don't know much about TAVOR's, i was expecting a bottom eject. How is it to shoot lefty with that thing? or is it so modularized you can switch the ejection port to the other side...? the more i see and read about them, the more i like them, but that ejection port just threw me a little, do you notice any increase in blast/concussion with the ejection port location?
    No blast or concussion issues at all. The ejection/charging (actually everything) can be reversed but it requires a left hand bolt. If one just switches shoulders, the ejection is forward so rounds don't hit you in the face.
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    Gorgeous guns!

    What might also be useful here would be some "Tips and Tricks" for good photographs, as well as the photo equipment used?
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