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Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by GUNKWAZY, Apr 12, 2007.

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  1. GUNKWAZY

    GUNKWAZY Member

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    I just added the 8 incher today.

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    Jeff (GUNKWAZY)
     
  2. LoneCoon

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    That's hot. I'm a bit jealous, actually. Very nice!
     
  3. tydephan

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    Fantastic photo and beautiful guns.

    I'm gonna seem like a complete goober here:eek: , but what model are those?

    [And while I don't deny being a goober, I am significantly more knowledgeable about autoloaders! Not much of a revolver guy, yet...]
     
  4. KINGMAX

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    That's a sight for sore eyes

    So eye candy come in stainless steel too !!!!!! :what: That is good stuff right there!!:cool:
     
  5. GUNKWAZY

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    Those will be known as the bright Stainless Colt Python's.

    Jeff (GUNKWAZY)
     
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    Very nice!
     
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    pretty
     
  8. jt1

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    GUNKWAZY - Nice colts!! My first revolver was a 6" blue python, I loved it. So did my dad......
     
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    Gunkwazy

    Would you be an Elitist? Looks elitist to me,
    robert,
    the green eyed monster
     
  10. Kimber1911_06238

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    nice...I'm definitely jealous of such a fine collection...congrats
     
  11. glockman19

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    2",4",6",8" who do we appreciate Python, Python Yea!!:p :D :p
     
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    Mere words can't possibly describe . . .
     
  13. Will5A1

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    Sharp - do your have the same in blue or is that the next step? That wood is really nice also.
     
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    Jeff now all you need is a 3" Bright Stainless Combat Python !!
     
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    Who made the grips on this beautiful revolvers??
     
  16. GUNKWAZY

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    If they made one, I'd look a little harder. But they didn't.

    They are actually the Colt Python Elite grips. except for the 8 incher, which I believe to be the way the factory delivered this gun.

    Jeff (GUNKWAZY)
     
  17. tbtrout

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    I need a towell. very nice family
     
  18. Walkalong

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    Holy smokes

    Awesome
     
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    Mighty pretty!
     
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    Beautiful pics as usual, Jeff. Question: I can never get any decent pictures of my bright stainless guns. What kind of setup are you using to take pics like this ? THR wants to know ! Well.. I do anyway.
     
  21. GUNKWAZY

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    Actually Hex,
    That picture was taken outside with cloudy skies.
    The sunlight tends to be extreme at times and is tough to shoot a group of guns, especially if they are bright stainless or nickel.
    Test out different back drops.
    Sometimes a plain backdrop will help you just focus on the guns themselves.
    Other times, a natural backdrop can look wonderful.
    Lighting is probably the most critical thing in any photograph. Background is also very important.
    Check out this 500 with a natural backdrop.

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    Sometimes you can use to busy of a background and it can distract you from the actual subject. Like this one for example.

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    There are some really talented photographers here. I wish I could do better photos. Then I could do my guns justice.
    ***Go to the local fabric shop, I know this does not sound too manly, but buy yourself a couple different pieces of fabric to use for a backdrop. It will only cost you a couple bucks and you may even meet a couple of nice ladies in the process.
    Good luck, Jeff (GUNKWAZY)
     
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    Will you adopt me as your heir? :neener:
     
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    oh man... show-off;)
     
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