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My current gun

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by JACK, Jul 30, 2009.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    A test and a pic of my fave current gun.


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  2. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Well, as you can see I need a release mouse...
    Actually when the window comes up that says "do you want to close this window you need to answer "yes".

    This has beena test.
     
  3. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    The psoting of the gun picture is remarkable in it's simplicity. I will let someone else tell you of the proceedure, but as yo can see I was just slightly confused. But this is a new feature of TS.com and not my position to explain it. Only to do a test. Adn BTW. The method of how I did this comes up as you hit the button after you type in the new thread title of what you want to post. Then you will see a new prompt. make a new trhead subject up and take a look.
     
  4. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    In the past we have had to use a outside server that hosts pictures. The common one that most of us use is Photobucket. I did nto use Photobucket to post my gun pic.

    I used a new feature for adding a picture (much simplified). Essentially I used the new system to "Browse" my hard drive and select a picture and then follwed the prompts to place it on the thread/post. Bypassed Photobucket completely. You guys have asked fo rthis feature and it has arrived. If you can find a picture on yor computer you will find this feature remarkably simple.

    Each time you start a thread or want to add a pic to a current ongoing thread, just look a bit above where you are typing and see the red "Image Upload". Hit that, browse/select a pic off you computer, and submit. I think you he to hit the"yes to close this window" in order to get it to work. Let's try again


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  5. chuckles

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    You are right I just took this photo in front of the mirror and presto....

    However you need to be using the newer version of TS.com under Category view...

    Wonderful new feature

    regards
     
  6. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    ctreay. You can test it by just going above yoru typing in the post box and hit the red Image Upload. Just abvoe where you type.


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  7. N. J. BOB

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    Is that gun loaded ????????
     
  8. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    yeah, I shoot targets off the deck
     
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    Try this
     
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    Wolfram, damn nice bull. Did you get it or was it a fresh cougar kill? just kidding.... Jeff
     
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    Let me try
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    Oops , guess i hit it twice. Thats sweet though.-----Matt
     
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    Funny thing you mentioned el gato. We were about 10 miles into a wilderness where we shot this guy so we had to quarter him up and hang the quarters in that low mahogany stuff you see. We also knew about the large numbers of cats in the area so we pissed all around the area where we hung the meat and left our sweat soaked jackets there over night. The next day we came back with horses to find that the gut pile had been worked over and there were cat tracks everywhere. The hanging meat wasn't touched.
     
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    What a great feature...
     
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    Nice shootin iron there MIA, are you taking it to the Grand?
     
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    My Fave.
     
  20. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    I went ot AK and my wife says stay home. Actuallty she is lobbying fo rFL thi swinter.
     
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