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MIA... Clearing Photobucket. This Weekend

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Apr 8, 2009.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    But I will do a general delete of the bucket because it is mucho slow with 600 gun pictures in it. Adn individual delete is out of the question. Won't live long enough to check-off and wait for them to clear. Nothing personally sensitive in the pictures. But when I hit the delete button there will be a lot of little boxes wiht a red x show up on gun threads.

    90% of the stuff is sold anyway, but few let me know. That's OK, but it is tiem to go a-shootin.

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    And will be selling over the weekend. About 5 guns. maybe 6. the ST100, 2 11-87s, a MX3 34 single only, the MX3 34/32 combo, the pretty TM1 with the nice stock... how many is that?

    Getting ready to shoot, ya know? Season is here. Time to quit foolin and shoot.
     
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    V. NO. I decided to clone another better stock. It is a bit more up to date as it is off a "Special". It has cast off and palm swell. Having a second one done a 1/4" higher to go on a TMX. So that will be the start of remaking Perazzi stocks for resale. They will be less than 1/2 the cost of a Perazzi stock and be identical. That is the plan. First he TMs, then MX stocks. Will look like this stcok on this Special. This is the slave stock.

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    I tried to go to your photo bucket account to see if there was something I can't live without. It appears I need your password to view your album?? Correct??...or is there another way? Thanks, Rick
     
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    Prob Sunday morning. Last time I did this I lost a friend. He thought it was personal. It was not. It is just that Photobucket "PRO" is cumbersome and slow when you approach 500 pics. I believe they do that to limit how much sapce you take up on there system. So, I'll delete andstart over. Costs me $40 a year fo r "PRO". Worth it? I'd say not. Free version is better.
     
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    After the Iowa thread, please be careful about offering others the opportunity to look in your bucket. Seriously though, thank you for helping post pictures, I am sure everyone appreciates it as much as I do.
     
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    Jack,I did not have you post any pictures for me nor did I buy anything that was offered, but I enjoyed looking at the pictures & thought it was nice of you & a couple of other posters on this site to give your time & share your know how with those of us that couldn't post pictures for whatever reason.
    Much thanks. Danny Hutton
     
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