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Ladies and Gentlemen...

I am requesting your help. I am setting up a powerpoint presentation to augment the Concealed Carry classes that I teach.

Thus far, Ive been using one other instructor and using lots of handouts. I think that a Powerpoint presentation using various pictures and examples would be the way to go...after all...we ARE in the "information age" right ?

What I would like are some various pictures of ammuntion, KaBooms, pistol pictures, range pictures and anything which might be of interest to someone taking a CCW class.

So far, Ive got about a 60 slide presentation, but I am needing more pictures.

Any links of pics of the above would be appreciated or even an email with pictures in them that could be used. Thanks in advance !
 

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HotGuns - Powerpoint and a projector is a great way to go with presentations. The NRA courses I teach on hope to have such soon - we have a team of about 6 instructors and as ever - audio-visual stuff is most helpful.

I have a boatload of pics - many have been on here - instance Glock after-market barrel Kaboom recently - grab any of those you want. Plus some pics on rigs with carry pieces in - some of those I have posted too. I'd even be interested to see your final PPT file too if you'd be willing to share it.

If you can think of any specific categories - PM me with request and your email addy - and I'll see what I can come up with for you.

I may have to quit early today but will get back soonest that I can.
 

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I've also posted many of my carry guns, along with some very interesting photos of exotic weapons.. leather and some weapons with range reports.....might help you in your presetation
 

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Hotguns...

One of the best sites I've ever found with firearms pictures and CCW stuff on it is this one:

http://www.a-human-right.com/

The image gallery is full of lots of nice high quality stuff... :) Hope this helps..

--Jim
 

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Thanks guys..

I've about got it done,I lack a couple of good hi-res pictures of revolvers with the cylinders open laying on a table.

A couple of blown up guns and the reasons for bow up would be nice.

I also need one of a crazy guy that looks really crazy.
 

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HotGuns - can't give you a link straight off but - on THR we have a member DHart - if you are a member there do a search for him and revolver - he is a fan of GP-100 and 686 and has taken some hi-qual breathtaking pics. Could be something there for you. if you find pics then contact him to ask if you may use.

Failing that - I will be happy to take a few pics to post for you - what about an N frame M27 open and a SP101 open. These with rounds in place ot not?

Crazy guy ... hmmm . I have a feeling Oleg on the human right site has a pic with a guy lookin pretty crazy - you'll have to search his gallery tho - and then ask him if you find a suitable pic.

The kaboom stuff - I have buried one or two of these, including a carbine barrel stuffed with about 8 bullets all impacting each other. Again - if you can wait till I search thru - I'll do what I can if you ask.

I'll wait to hear from you according to what you may want.
 

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HotGuns said:
I also need one of a crazy guy that looks really crazy.
See the post above mine, picture on the left .. :biggrin:
 

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Haha - yeah right - thx pal!! :biggrin: LOL.

He means REALLY crazy!!!
 

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Wow!!! Some pictures, I have and carry a HK USP and that is some example! I had a case split in the old style Wolfs where they quickly replaced the whole lot I had purchased. As to reloads I only shoot my own stuff, which I load low and slow, after all I’m only punching paper.
 

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Gottcha Bob - thx :smile:
 
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