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    First Photo Post

    Hope this works! Here is my FN SCAR 17s along with my Springfield XDM chambered in 9mm. This is my first picture post, as I am still learning how to resize images n whatnot. What is the biggest size picture that I can upload on the site? I love this set up, and yes - my Sticker is still on. It will come off one day however.
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    From what I can see (it is a little small) , it looks good. I still use the Photobucket method for pics, I think you can go up 1024 x 768 (could be wrong, it has been awhile since I set it up) .

    I do like the staging, normally I snap all my pics on my uninspiring (and very cluttered) desktop.
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    yea it was shot with a Nikon D7000 I believe, I had a buddy of mine take a few shots of the 17 after we did our family photos. The original size is 4928x3264 pixels, and it would not upload. This version is 250x250, so maybe I will try uploading a bigger version to this thread so we can see the beauty of this picture.

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    Maybe this is a lil better? and thank you, I thought the brass helps this pic a lot.
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    Yes, now that is very nice!
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    Yea I should have added the other 8 magazines to the picture, but now that I know how to post them, I think that can be done on another date. More pics to come - TA11E ACOG x3.5 w/ the Red chevron reticle, Atlas Bipod, Tangodown rail covers, A QD mount from gear sector for the front sling attachment point, and a Sinlge point MS3 sling from Magpul which has been converted to a double point sling. I love this setup, I am currently looking for some Lake City M80 or M118lr rounds, just not sure where to look.

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    Maybe a bit of fill flash to bring out details on the rifle. Or some other type of lighting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xn0r View Post
    Maybe a bit of fill flash to bring out details on the rifle. Or some other type of lighting.
    I had some pretty poor lighting in there, but he is going to run this photo and a few other ones through photoshop. I will repost when those are done. I also resized this from a much larger sized photo, so it is not as clear as the original. On my desktop it looks super nice, minus being a little on the darker side for the lighting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHOOT View Post
    "Dinner is served . . . Cold steel and hot brass!" Congratulations.
    Ah, Man!!! I was gonna say that! Hor d'oeuvres and Entrees!

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