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Taking pictures is hard work... I know you all have seen this before but you can never have to much of a good thing.















 

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I tried to take some last night but the lighting I had available wasn't suitable for good picture taking. Also looking for suitable backgrounds, I liked your sand and gravel pics.
 

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Thanks Vtwin I like your bi tone. Very nice..

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I usually like taking pictures outside they come out much better like the one in the sand which is my favorite... the pictures taken inside are on my electronic grounding mat witch is white and large enough to work perfectly.

I must say I am very pleased with my XD. I have 450 rounds through the pipe. No failures. No rust. Just a perfect first handgun and 10 15rnd mags :lol:
 

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Next time, I dare ya to step on it and squish it :mrgreen:

P.S. Just kidding, nice pics 8)
 

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jrdwiz,
I know that the pictures would turn out better if I took them outside, but usually the most convenient time for me to take pictures is when I get off work, and that is usually either midnite or 2:30 in the morning, so I have to make do with the lighting inside for now. Here's a couple of the ones that I took the other night.


 

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jrdwiz, fyi, some members here have pointed out that you do not want to let your serial number be seen on the internet, since you never know who's watching. I don't know if it is something you should be concerned about, but I thought I'd mention it.

Nice pictures/gun by the way.
 

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jrdwiz, fyi, some members here have pointed out that you do not want to let your serial number be seen on the internet, since you never know who's watching. I don't know if it is something you should be concerned about, but I thought I'd mention it.

Nice pictures/gun by the way.
I've heard mumblings about this on the forum, what exactly would someone be able to do if they had the serial number off my gun?
 

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JHA XD40 said:
retired said:
jrdwiz, fyi, some members here have pointed out that you do not want to let your serial number be seen on the internet, since you never know who's watching. I don't know if it is something you should be concerned about, but I thought I'd mention it.

Nice pictures/gun by the way.
I've heard mumblings about this on the forum, what exactly would someone be able to do if they had the serial number off my gun?
"Yes officer I saw the whole thing, the guy that robbed the ice cream man had a gun with the serial number US123456" 8)
 

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I grabbed that same book off the clearance table at Borders about a month ago...
 

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retired said:
jrdwiz, fyi, some members here have pointed out that you do not want to let your serial number be seen on the internet, since you never know who's watching. I don't know if it is something you should be concerned about, but I thought I'd mention it.

Nice pictures/gun by the way.
Thank you for telling me that. I have blanked out the S/N on the pics.
 

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JHA XD40 said:
retired said:
jrdwiz, fyi, some members here have pointed out that you do not want to let your serial number be seen on the internet, since you never know who's watching. I don't know if it is something you should be concerned about, but I thought I'd mention it.

Nice pictures/gun by the way.
I've heard mumblings about this on the forum, what exactly would someone be able to do if they had the serial number off my gun?
"Yes officer I saw the whole thing, the guy that robbed the ice cream man had a gun with the serial number US123456" 8)
Sounds plausible to me. :roll:
 
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