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Pennsylvania THR Gathering!!! Sunday, March 28th!!

Discussion in 'Rallying Point and Range Discussions' started by SodaPop, Mar 1, 2004.

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  1. Dave Markowitz

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    Coolness!
     
  2. TIGERSHARK

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    Weekend shoot

    I’ll be there with the kids,

    Sig
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    Bersa
    Savage
    Remington
    Bushmaster
    Mossberg
     
  3. SodaPop

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    GOOD!

    I was wondering where you were.
     
  4. 9mmMike

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    Your kids have cool names. That must drive the "zero tolerance" school nazi's crazy.

    I had a dog named Porsche once.............

    Mike
     
  5. RepublicanMan

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    Aight, finally got a list together of what I'll be bringing.


    SKS X 2 (Chinese)
    AR-15
    Cetme
    Glock 30
    Colt Combat Commander .38 Super (not much ammo though unfortunately)
    Sig P232
    Colt Buntline Scout (old single action .22 revolver with a real long tube)
    Sears 20ga pump gun (JC Higgins)
     
  6. P95Carry

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    Don't be forgetting Soda's ''prime directive'' now!! :p
     
  7. RepublicanMan

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    [​IMG]

    I didn't forget. :D
     
  8. P95Carry

    P95Carry Moderator Emeritus

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    haha! ..... NOW yer talkin my language!! I just lurv long tubes!:D

    I'll have to excercize my 14" .223 Contender set up!:)
     
  9. RepublicanMan

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    Ya know...I took these pictures on a friends camera, created a web page on my ISPs server to host them, and now can't seem to get them to be normal sized....any computer gurus out there tell me what the hell I'm doin' wrong here???
     
  10. crffl

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    Looks like you pointed to the thumbnail version of the pic, here's the fullsze below. Remove the '_t' from the filename to get the full image.

    [image removed]
     
  11. RepublicanMan

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    Ouch my eyes!!!!!

    Ok, thanks, so once again I have a question....how do I make it a NORMAL size so I don't A: piss off the dial up crowd and B: have to scroll 10 minutes to get to the other end???

    :confused:

    Oh yeah, can you please delete that so it doesn't mess up Soda's thread?
     
  12. P95Carry

    P95Carry Moderator Emeritus

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    Hmmm ... that pic is 99 x 66 and a mere 2k .... almost seems like it has been ''auto-thumbnailed'' ... tho no idea why, and it has the'' _t'' too..

    Oh ... crffl has nailed it ... just where my thinkin was going!:)
     
  13. P95Carry

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    RM .. phew!! Oh my that IS too large!!

    You'll need to reduce the pic before uploading to server .. something around 640 x 480 region is good.
     
  14. RepublicanMan

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    Ummm ok.....
    Lemme go see what I can do here.
    Thanks.
     
  15. crffl

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    You need to resize it to something smaller using a editor of some sort. Here's a more manageable size...


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  16. RepublicanMan

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    Yeah I'm in some editor now, hopefully I can manage it without too much trouble, thanks for your help guys.
     
  17. crffl

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    Depending on the editor, it may have some buttons to reduce the image to some set standards or by fractions. Or it could be as simple as grabbing one of the corners of the image and dragging it smaller. You should be able to find it without much trouble.

    What program are you using ?

    ..
     
  18. P95Carry

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    And this ... cropped and reduced and lightened a little ... is only 33k ... compression about 15:1.


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  19. RepublicanMan

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    The program is Microsoft Photo editor.

    I'm able to crop them but I don't know if they're going to come out right.

    P-95......I'll let ya shoot one of my guns if ya fix them for me. :D
     
  20. P95Carry

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    You mean ''fix em'' as in the pics? Well ... all you'd need do is PM me with links to the ''biggies'' and I'll post you the reduced ones in ''tech support'' .... that way they'd be on THR server and you could post them by using their properties. Or email them back to you.

    One way round it .. depends of course how many pics!!!!!:p
     
  21. crffl

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    Here's a link to a page that describes how to do certain functions ( for Microsoft Photo Editor that is).

    http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Delphi/6470/photoed.htm



    This is what it says for resizing a image...


    Resize a selection
    Do one of the following:
    To move one side of the selection's bounding outline, move the pointer over the sizing handle on that side until the pointer changes to a double-headed arrow, and then drag the handle.
    To change the height and width simultaneously, drag a corner handle



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  22. FlyinGN

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    Im bringing...

    * colt .22 (Cadet) pistol
    * Winchester 190 with 4x scope .22 rifle
    * Armscor 1911 .45
    * Alchemy Arms Spectre .45
    * Sig 232
    * S&W 686 distinguished magnun .357

    Republican man.. Wanna meet and drive up??
     
  23. RepublicanMan

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    Frank......I live in Dublin, about 15 miles from the place, you'd have to go out of your way to get to my area. I also have to get there early in order to make sure there are target stands set up and help Jamie get the tables out etc.....
     
  24. P95Carry

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    RM .. waiting on a PM from you!:)
     
  25. RepublicanMan

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    I sent it when you first mentioned it P95. Maybe the system is messing up?
    I'll try again.
     
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