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Couple Crimson Trace pics

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by halfded, Mar 9, 2010.

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  1. halfded

    halfded Member

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    I was playing around with the camera and ended up with these:

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    Thought they were pretty cool and worth sharing.
     
  2. 19-3Ben

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    Neat!
     
  3. The Bushmaster

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    Trigger one into a clean toilet...:what: The crimson is an interesting light that seems to really splatter in reflective items. :DLaugh. Go ahead. Laugh.:D Discovered this by accident...:eek:
     
  4. Monkeyleg

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    Was the toilet making a threatening move? ;)
     
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    Like the first one. I'll have to see if I can duplicate it on film (I'm presuming you're using some digicam though I may be wrong).

    William
     
  6. JEB

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    holy crap! its a .38 special LIGHT SABER!:what:

    sorry, couldnt resist!:p
     
  7. dom1104

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    The coolest is a lamp thats made of crystal, or.....



    and I may not have done this ......


    the chandelier of a hotel when its dark and nobody is lookin. :)
     
  8. halfded

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    You got it, Nikon D40 and an SB-600 speedlight. Didn't feel like dragging out the dedicated lamps, no real need anyway.

    F-stop-5.3
    shutter speed-30 seconds
    ISO-200
    42mm focal length.
    I set the speedlight to slow fill or rear fill, one of the two.

    BTW, my dog loves to chase the dot.
     
  9. gym

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    I think that CT should use that 2nd one on the cover of thier brochure
     
  10. Billyj571

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    Try using a crystal
     
  11. halfded

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    Me too, especially if they'll be paying customers! Anyone know how I might go about contacting them to see if they'd be interested?
     
  12. Prion

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    Oh, that was you in Centerville, Utah last year!
     
  13. ForumSurfer

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    So did my ex girlfriend's 90lb boxer. I heard a bump in the night and got up to investigate. I had a flashlight with a beretta 96 (CT grips) at the low and ready. Boxer sees shiny red dot from 15 feet across the dining room, boxer rushes dot on sheet rock wall at full gallop. Well he managed to hit between the framing 2x4's and got his head through half the wall and bulged the other side. :cuss:
     
  14. The Bushmaster

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    Noooo...'Twerent me...Almost every time I use the throne I put my weapon on the top of the dryer and when I reholster it I tend to trigger the CT laser. Once in a while it reflects off the water...

    If you might be lookin' for him. You'll have to go to Utah and look under "stupid"...
     
  15. gym

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    That Boxer story is funny, having had 2 rotties, I can picture the look on his face. My dogs "and there have been 5" seem to sense not to go near my guns", I don't know if they just sense it, or the smell has something to do with it.
     
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