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The faces of THR

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by TimboKhan, May 31, 2007.

  1. avs11054

    avs11054 Member

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    gdcpony, why are you pulling the trigger with your middle finger?
     
  2. LSMS

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  3. rugerdude

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    Years ago I joined THR because I loved guns and wanted to know all about them. I've grown up a lot since then, but still find this place to be a great source of information.

    This was me around the time I first joined THR
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    And these are more recent photos:
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    And for those detail oriented folks, yes I am wearing a "Marines" T-shirt in my young photo.
     
  4. Ms_Dragon

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    Thank you for your service Rugerdude.
     
  5. beatledog7

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    Hardly any knuckle-dragging Neanderthals. Imagine that!
     
  6. ottohund

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    You may be correct sir, I submit my photo for your enjoyment and amusement.
     

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  7. gunNoob

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    Don't have any photos of me with my guns at the moment so I'll just post some travel photos since that's been my other big hobby for the past few years.

    Hong Kong earlier this month
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    Kaua'i back in December
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    Singapore back in November
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  8. beatledog7

    beatledog7 Senior Member

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    You know, this picture thread may be more truly useful than we have imagined. I mean, the people on here are real people who are having their rights challenged. Not nameless, faceless statistics, but real, normal, diverse, living and breathing individuals.

    Antis tend to see gun owners as just an amorphous, homogeneous blob. This thread proves that perspective couldn't be more wrong.
     
  9. bergmen

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    I don't know, this is what I think I see in the mirror some mornings...

    Dan
     
  10. Ironhide

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    Range Day HK MP5.

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  11. parsimonious_instead

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    I think that's why the site Thetruthaboutguns.com is doing an "I am a gun owner" photo submission series.
     
  12. Akita1

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    Thanks for you service brother
     
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  13. Akita1

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    Had climb on top of this beast just to get his head up for the pic
     

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  14. Steel Horse Rider

    Steel Horse Rider Senior Member

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    Here is a picture of me (on the left, number 78) after an alumni football game in 2008. The other two guys are my older brother in the center and younger brother on the right. The game is full dress, full contact, 4-15 minute quarters, but no kick or punt returns. It is a fundraiser for the Pop Warner football team. They make a team of those who have graduated in the last 7 years and the other team is everyone older. My brothers and I were the oldest playing by about 20 years. I was 54 at the time. We won.....
     

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  15. SoCalNoMore

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    Thank you for serving Rugerdude. Is any else impressed with the, what appears to be, an incredible transformation of a teen to a man?

    Great pics of you in the desert. I can imagine how proud your parents must be. Well done
     
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  16. klcmschlesinger

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    A few of me.....

    I think I posted a few pics here a long time ago, so here are some newer ones.

    Me doing my part to help the Ram's Cheerleaders.

    One of my trips to Shanghai, we found a hooters, a little taste of home.
     

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  17. Delawarean

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    First Hunt

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    This is me, my daughter and my first deer on my first hunt. This was this past November in South central PA.

    My daughter didn't like the dead doe very much! :evil:
     
  18. theriflespeaks1863

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    I guess I'll bite... :)


    1st Pic= Happiness: a wonderful day in the woods, a big 9 pointer to show for it, and a Mosin...

    2nd Pic= Me and my unit, the 2nd VA. Infantry Company F- I am at the far right of the picture nearest to the tent in the background.
     

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    My first hunt with a rifle larger than a 22 LR. The gun is a Ruger RS-77 in .270 Win with a Bushnell Scopechief.

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    I was fortunate to spend part of my Navy career with a 4 year tour in Argentia, NFLD in the early 80's. I was also very lucky to have drawn and filled moose tags 3 of those 4 years.
     

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  20. CapnMac

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    Some old; some new; one at work
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  21. asharpshooter

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    CapnMac, we need a like button!
     
  22. josiewales

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    theriflespeaks, Is that Nashaminey Park you at? I'm in the 9th Va Cav. Co. B Dismounted.
     
  23. T2K

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    It's 3am here in Singapore and I just looked at this ENTIRE thread. It took nearly two hours to click through all 40 pages. If it weren't for so many dead links to lots of the pics, it would have taken much longer, I'm sure.

    Anyway, it's cool and I'm glad to be reminded of how we're all just normal people (well, most of us!).

    2010 with new LWRC M6, Twin Ponds Range, Francis Marion National Forest near Charleston, SC.
     

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  24. theriflespeaks1863

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    Hey josie,

    No, it's unfortunately not Neshaminy. That image was taken at a reenactment in IL, actually, near the Lake Park Forest Preserve in Wauconda. Great event site, nice scenarios. I would love to go to Neshaminy, though... :)

    Nice to meet a another reenactor!

    -Chris
     
  25. Airbrush Artist

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    Airbrush Artist--- Staff Manager During for Maroon 5 Concert-Doodes got some Buses..17 hour day whew...[​IMG]
     

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