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Oleg's work, small world syndrome

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by tommytrauma, Mar 12, 2004.

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  1. tommytrauma

    tommytrauma Member

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    One of my two jobs is in a very 'politically correct' environment, where I keep a moderately low profile re my RKBA beliefs and practices. Nevertheless, there are a few kindered souls here, and my stances aren't entirely unknown.

    This morning, a co-worker emailed me a copy of one of Oleg's posters, the one with the gun control sign on the door next to a door with a target attached. She thought I'd enjoy it.

    Of course, I immediately directed her to both here and a-human-right.com.

    She's definately one of us. looks like Oleg's work is bringing yet another into the fold. I'm hoping she signs on and participates here.
     
  2. BHPshooter

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    It's amazing what visualizations can accomplish. A lot of people have problems relating words to reality, but when they see a prolific picture, it's like someone rang a bell.

    Great job.
    Wes
     
  3. Walrus

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    Oleg's posters are worth a thousand words.
     
  4. Gump

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    Where could one see Oleg's works?
     
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    Go on the net and search Oleg Volk. You should get directed to his main photo site. Oleg does much more than posters and gun related stuff. In addition to being a very talented ptotographer he puts bread on the table by teaching here in Nashville.
     
  7. OEF_VET

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    Kind of long, but great pics.

    Here's some more of Oleg's work, starring your's truly: :D :
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    Oleg's the man!
     
  8. OEF_VET

    OEF_VET Member

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    Here's a poster he did:

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  9. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

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    Thanks for the kind words! I teach but most of my bread-winning comes from doing catalogs and advertising. New Lightfighter catalog designed and (80%) photographed by me is going to print this weekend.

    Here's a sample page or two:
    cavarms.jpg
    lights.jpg
    reflex.jpg

    Now that I am making a decent living (still open to new projects), I can devote more time to making new posters.
     
  10. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

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    Here's OEF_VET hunting squirrels in my back yard :D
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  11. Kharn

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    Oleg: If OEF_VET is using 9mm on the squirrels in your yard, whats the preferred rifle for feral cats in your area? .338 Lapua? :p

    Kharn
     
  12. OEF_VET

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    Kharn, for larger critters, we'd use a suppressed .300 Whisper. Oleg lives in an apartment complex and we don't want to disturb the neighbors.

    Actually, the MP-5SD is Oleg's airsoft. The AK and 1911A1 are real though.

    Frank
     
  13. Gewehr98

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    Wow!

    Here I was gonna get rid of my BDU's and flight suits after I retired from active duty soon. Guess there is a use for them once I enter civilian life. I can run around in the woods, posing with a gun and camo for Oleg's posters! :D


    Seriously, though, they've gotten rather uppity about the proper disposal of uniform items since 9/11/01. Well, at least in the USAF. Frosty and Lenny, have you seen the letter from the big boss, Jumper? Even though any thrift shop or Army/Navy surplus store should have a nice selection of them... :eek:
     
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