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P/W Front Drop System pics

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by ivanhoe, Jan 19, 2010.

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  1. ivanhoe

    ivanhoe Well-Known Member

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    Doug you seem to be having a little difficulty with those photos. Maybe I can help.

    Bob Lawless



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    Doug, I guess it's been too long since I owned my P-W. I don't get what that gadget is supposed to do.

    I was hoping they would come out with a front-eject system for completed shells - having them come off the back of the machine always seemed "backwards" to me, as I like to give them a quick inspection and box them as I go instead of discovering a problem 200 shells later.

    Ed

    Okay - the additional photos now viewable tell the story. Great idea!

    Ed
     
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    Bob,

    I thought I was using the right image code for insertion into the body of the message. On photo Bucket I selected "direct link". Should it have been something else?

    Doug
     
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    Just curious, is there any reason to have the front dump, and a drop in the back (PVC) as well?
     
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    P/W is no longer marketing the Front Drop System. These pics just show what it looked like when it was available.

    Doug Whiton, P/W dealer/dist
     
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    Doug to tell you the truth I use the newer method that David has provided. It has been so long since I use photobucket I can't remember how to do it that way anymore. At any rate I have sent you a PM with a little help on using the newer method it really is easier.

    Bob Lawless
     
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    Got it..... Thanks Bob.

    Doug
     
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    <I>"I thought I was using the right image code for insertion into the body of the message. On photo Bucket I selected "direct link". Should it have been something else?"</I>

    Yes, just save the images to your own hard drive ("My Pictures") and when you write your post, click the link above the text box that say something like "Insert/Upload Image". Browse to the image wherever you stored it and upload it to the forum server. Select where you want it to appear (before or after your text) and the text editor will insert the code into you post for you.

    Photos load more quickly that way than by linking to PhotoBucket.

    MK
     
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