night time gun pictures

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  1. rogerxd45

    rogerxd45 Member

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    well i took these a while ago and i figured i would post these for you guys to see
    i took them with my Nikon d 50 at night in the woods in Idaho and i was shooting into a hill that was only 15-20 feet ahead do i could be sure that something/someone wasn't in the line of fire after i turned my car lights off. i used i infrared remote and a 15 second or so exposure time so that i could make sure i would catch the muzzle flash

    this is a 380 shot out of a cobra enterprises "saturday night special" it was a piece of crap i sold it. im actually embarrassed i even owned it in the first place
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    this is a sig p220 45acp taken with a flash so you can see the gun also, and my RETARDED friend holding it like he is some dumb thug
    trust me i dont shoot like that
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    and this one is a 9mm s&w sigma
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  2. Billy_H

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    Some of a friend that we took a while back at our hunting camp...out messing around in a dried up wet weather pond one night...

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    I'm not sure where the other pics went, those are all I could find.
     
  3. vis-à-vis

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    Nice. I made the sigma capture my background.
     
  4. rogerxd45

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    what kind of ammo is that that has the greenish flame?
    the reason i ask is that i took apart a really old bullet and i burned the powder and it gave off that greenish flame like whats in your picture
     
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    Big Dan, if that gets ya goin, you should probably take some anger management course. :p
     
  6. CountGlockula

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    Wow the last one looks like a mini mushroom cloud.

    Thanks for sharing!
     
  7. Dksimon

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    those are awesome pictures!
     
  8. john1911

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    Is that the bullet in the sigma pic?
     
  9. mekender

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    those are nice pics, i would have to try playing with the exposure times... 5 secs would give a better gas venting pic without the smoke...
     
  10. Big Boomer

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    Does it HAVE to be night?

    Or just dark enough to see some HUGE muzzle blast!

    I know, I know, I have posted these a bajillion times, but damn they are cool!

    My 460 and 357 showing off

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  11. Lurp

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    Big Boomer, are you at Eagle Peak in those pics?
     
  12. rogerxd45

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    well thats just cheating!

    those are some nice pics!

    i need to go up with my new 14" mossberg 590a1 aow. even during the day with magnum loads i can see a big flash, i bet at night they will be awsome!
     
  13. BroughtEnoughGun

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    sweet
     
  14. Big Boomer

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    Yessir that's where I'm torchin' off the cannon! And what's funny is I knocked the hat off of the guy to my left, he was none too happy. (Well not completely off, but it did make it go cockeyed.) But in all fairness...I did warn him...

    The guys shooting their uber mags down on the rifle range all came down to see *** was all the noise coming from the weeny pistol range :evil:
     
  15. Lurp

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    I'll remember to look for the man with the two hand cannons next time I'm out there :D
     
  16. TX1911fan

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    I recognized Eagle Peak as well. I'll watch for the cannons myself.
     
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