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Image request for an online ballistics module

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Odd Job, Nov 20, 2012.

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  1. Odd Job

    Odd Job Member

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    I need side view images of the following firearms for a ballistics module I am making for forensic radiographers:

    1) .357mag Desert Eagle or similar magazine fed pistol in .357mag
    2) .357mag Rifle (lever gun will be fine, anything magazine fed will be a bonus, if such a thing exists)
    3) .357mag revolver (I have images of a Taurus model 66 but I would prefer a blued revolver with wood grips)

    Ideally, I would like a picture with all three of these alongside one another and a few cartridges loose nearby. The point I am trying to make is that a cartridge can be discharged in a variety of firearms and there can be velocity and stability differences (even if minor).

    I need to be able to distribute the images in the online module. Credit will be given to the persons who help with this (unless you decline it). You don't have to post images here, you can PM me and I will give you my email address if that's better for you. Any serial numbers will be digitally removed.

    In return I will provide you with some interesting firearms-related radiographs.

    Thanks in advance for your help.
     
  2. Red Tornado

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    Can't you get them from the manufacturers' websites? I always thought stock photos were distributable. Hmm, although, I don't guess I've ever had reason to think on it overmuch. Good luck.
    RT
     
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    Images on company websites are copyrighted. You can not use them in publication without permission.
     
  4. Odd Job

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    What he said.
    I'll settle for a single image of a magazine fed .357Mag pistol at this point...
     
  5. Odd Job

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    It strikes me I could also use photographs of the same weapons in .44Mag as they may be easier to get (a revolver, a rifle and any kind of magazine fed pistol).
     
  6. Odd Job

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    I'm going to bump this once: I'll settle for a single image of a .357mag magazine fed pistol with some loose cartridges nearby.
     
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  8. Odd Job

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    I can't just assume I am allowed to use that image, that's the problem.
     
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    How's this?

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    That's awesome! PM inbound...
     
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