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Sunday, December 21, 2008

new shooting videos videos

Shooting a Surefire FA556-212 Suppressor



ACTS Match Dec 2008


Tuesday, December 2, 2008

2008 SAR / Crossroads Gun Show

If you have never been to the Small Arms Review Gun Show in Phoenix, Arizona, you have a few days left to make plans to attend.

This is the biggest gunshow in Arizona, and some say the largest gun show west of Tulsa each year.

With the current events, this might set records for attendance and sales.

I can't wait to see how the show turns out this year. Hope to see you there



Small Arms Review Gun Show WEST 2008
Where: Arizona State Fairgrounds, Phoenix, AZ
When: Friday-Sunday December 5, 6 & 7, 2008 (3 days)

Public Show Hours
Friday, Dec 5th 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday, Dec 6th 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday, Dec 7th 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

www.smallarmsreview.com

Crossroads of the West Gun Shows
Discount Coupon

1826 W McDowell Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85007


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Here are some pictures and links to our review of the Small Arms Review (SAR) Show last year

http://www.gunshowreview.com/pic/SAR2007/00-12-1-07-0107.jpg

2007 SAR / Crossroads Gun Show Review

Photograhy is NOT allowed at gunshows. We were given special permission and we were accompanied by the show staff in order to take these pictures for our review. Furthermore, we asked permission at each booth before we took our photos.

Special Note:
Photography is NOT allowed at gunshows. We were given special permission and we were accompanied by the show staff in order to take these pictures for our review. Furthermore, we asked permission at each booth before we took our photos.



Friday, November 28, 2008

Supplemental CCW classes

I just spent 5 hours at a CCW class (the lecture part) the class shoots on Sunday

An interesting class, 16 students and 3 of us just there to watch and learn (two of us already have a CCW and one lady was there with her husband to see the class, not for a permit)

Students were a mix of girls and guys, all levels of experience

Lots of interesting questions, as always being there brought the seriousness of CCW to the front of my mind (where it belongs)

This was the third class with this instructor (a friend of mine) but I take classes whenever I can get an invite so I see as many teaching styles and meet as many instructors as I can

so my question is.. does anyone else take additional CCW instruction to keep their legal knowledge and mental skills sharp on the subject?

If you don't, I highly suggest attending at least one CCW class each year (or more if you can swing it) I get a lot out of them, and it's almost always cheaper (or free) to just attend and watch

Thursday, November 27, 2008

H&K USP Tactical

The USP (Universelle Selbstladepistole), or (Universal Self-loading Pistol) is a semi-automatic pistol designed by Heckler & Koch in Germany in 1993, the .45acp variant was introduced in 1995. The USP Tactical incorporates a fully adjustable rear sight, a higher-profile front sight (to be visible above a suppressor), and an extended threaded barrel and O-ring. The USP Tactical also includes a match grade trigger, and an adjustable trigger stop. The USP Tactical weighs just 1.90 pounds and has a 5.19 inch barrel with an overall length of 8.64 inches

The USP (Universelle Selbstladepistole), or (Universal Self-loading Pistol) is a semi-automatic pistol designed by Heckler & Koch in Germany in 1993, the .45acp variant was introduced in 1995. The USP Tactical incorporates a fully adjustable rear sight, a higher-profile front sight (to be visible above a suppressor), and an extended threaded barrel and O-ring. The USP Tactical also includes a match grade trigger, and an adjustable trigger stop. The USP Tactical weighs just 1.90 pounds and has a 5.19 inch barrel with an overall length of 8.64 inches


H&K USP Tactical - Click Here for full review and more pics


http://gunreviews.net/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1227818132

Baby Eagle and UZI Eagle Pistols

These are two semi-automatic pistols developed by Israel Weapon Industries based on the CZ-75 pistol of the Czech Republic and imported by Magnum Research. There are 3 calibers and 11 models of Baby Eagle. These two are .45 acp and 40 s&w. These pistols weigh about 2 pounds

These are two semi-automatic pistols developed by Israel Weapon Industries based on the CZ-75 pistol of the Czech Republic and imported by Magnum Research. There are 3 calibers and 11 models of Baby Eagle. These two are .45 acp and 40 s&w. These pistols weigh about 2 pounds


Baby Eagle and UZI Eagle Pistols - Click Here for full review


http://gunreviews.net/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1227785813

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Aimpoint Micro T-1

The Aimpoint Micro T-1 is a small red-dot optic that will work with rifles, carbines, shotguns, submachineguns and handguns. The Micro T-1 is a 1X (non-magnifying) parallax free optic with 4 night vision compatible settings and 8 daylight settings and a 4 MOA dot. One of the day settings is extra bright for use with laser protection glasses or in bright desert sunlight. The 4 NV options make the T-1 Compatible will all generations of Night Vision Devices (NVD) and usefull day or night. The Micro T-1 weighes 3.7 oz. (105g). The T1 uses a 3 volt DL2032 battery which fits into the optic inside the brightness adjustment, on / off switch. With ACET technology you can expect 50,000 hours (over 5 years) of constant operation from one battery. The Micro T-1 is water proof and submersible to 80 feet (25 meters)

The Aimpoint Micro T-1 is a small red-dot optic that will work with rifles, carbines, shotguns, submachineguns and handguns. The Micro T-1 is a 1X (non-magnifying) parallax free optic with 4 night vision compatible settings and 8 daylight settings and a 4 MOA dot. One of the day settings is extra bright for use with laser protection glasses or in bright desert sunlight. The 4 NV options make the T-1 Compatible will all generations of Night Vision Devices (NVD) and usefull day or night. The Micro T-1 weighes 3.7 oz. (105g). The T1 uses a 3 volt DL2032 battery which fits into the optic inside the brightness adjustment, on / off switch. With ACET technology you can expect 50,000 hours (over 5 years) of constant operation from one battery. The Micro T-1 is water proof and submersible to 80 feet (25 meters)

Click Here for full review of the Aimpoint Micro T-1

http://www.gunreviews.net/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1227641543&pid=1313

WASR-10 Assembly



We had this WASR-10 apart for pictures. Here's a quick video on how to put it back together again

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Para Ordnance Warthog


We test fired the Para Ordnance Warthog 3" Barrel 10 shot .45 acp 1911 style pistol

We shot this review at South East Regional Park in Tucson, Arizona
http://www.TucsonShooting.org

This ParaOrd Warthog is for sale (at the time we took the video) at:
Tucson Guns & Western Artifacts
8556 E. Broadway
520-722-6886
http://www.TucsonGuns.net

Another shooting review by:
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Shooting Glock Upsidedown


This video filmed after the ACTS match at one of the 4 stages we shot in Nov 2008 at Pima Pistol Club just North of Tucson, Arizona

This stage had cover with an opening low to the ground. This video shows the shooter firing the Glock 22 w/ Surefire light in a roll over prone at a steel gong 100 yards away

ACTS Arizona holds regular monthly matches on the Third Saturday of each month at The Pima Pistol Club beginning at 9am with sign in beginning at 8am.

ACTS website:
http://www.actshooters.com

Pima Pistol Club website:
http://www.pimapistol.org

Another shooting review by http://www.GunWebsites.com

Shooting the Glock 24



The Glock 24 is a model for the competitive shooter. It features a longer slide with a 6-inch barrel, extended magazine release, and a 3.5 pound trigger

We shot this review at South East Regional Park in Tucson, Arizona
http://www.TucsonShooting.org

This Glock 24 is for sale at:
Tucson Guns & Western Artifacts
8556 E. Broadway
520-722-6886
http://www.TucsonGuns.net

Another shooting review by:
http://GunWebsites.com

Clark Custom Long Heavy Slide 1911

Colt .45 1911 Long Heavy Slide (LHS-45) built by Clark Custom in Keithville, LA. They are now in Princeton, LA. This 1911 features a longer sleek 6 inch slide and barrel giving an extra inch of critical sight radius. Utilizes the legendary Bo-Mar full length sight rib with Tuner and Clark Slide Mounted scope base which accommodates most Weaver style rings. This custom 1911 has a Ultra Dot 25 mounted on it's rail. The UltraDot has a 25mm diameter tube and is 5.1 inches long and weighs just 3.9 oz. It has a rubber eyepiece and adjustable brightness control

Colt .45 1911 Long Heavy Slide (LHS-45) built by Clark Custom in Keithville, LA. They are now in Princeton, LA. This 1911 features a longer sleek 6 inch slide and barrel giving an extra inch of critical sight radius. Utilizes the legendary Bo-Mar full length sight rib with Tuner and Clark Slide Mounted scope base which accommodates most Weaver style rings. This custom 1911 has a Ultra Dot 25 mounted on it's rail. The UltraDot has a 25mm diameter tube and is 5.1 inches long and weighs just 3.9 oz. It has a rubber eyepiece and adjustable brightness control



Two Colt Anaconda .44 mags

The Colt Anaconda was introduced in 1990 as one of the most accurate .44 magnum revolvers on the market, and Colt Mfg announced the termination of its production of Anaconda double-action revolvers in October 1999. The Colt Anaconda is similar to the .357 Colt Python, but the Anaconda is in .44 magnum It is. also similar to the Smith & Wesson Model 29. The Anaconda holds six rounds, and is available with a four, six or eight inch barrel. The Anacondas pictured here have the four and six inch barrels.

The Colt Anaconda was introduced in 1990 as one of the most accurate .44 magnum revolvers on the market, and Colt Mfg announced the termination of its production of Anaconda double-action revolvers in October 1999. The Colt Anaconda is similar to the .357 Colt Python, but the Anaconda is in .44 magnum It is. also similar to the Smith & Wesson Model 29. The Anaconda holds six rounds, and is available with a four, six or eight inch barrel. The Anacondas pictured here have the four and six inch barrels.

Colt Anaconda .44 mag - Click Here for full review and more pics

http://gunreviews.net/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1227593093

LCW Predator, SWR Spectre and TAC-65 Suppressors

LCW Predator, SWR Spectre and TAC-65 Suppressors

Here are three popular suppressors, the; LCW Predator, SWR Spectre and TAC-65 for .22 caliber pistols and rifles. Each of these claim to be 6 inches in length and 1 inch in diameter. The LCW offers suppression at 38-39 dB Wet & 34-35 dB Dry. The LCW Predator is made of T6 aluminum with a Matte Black DuraCoat finish. Each of these three has a threaded end cap for disassembly and cleaning

Here are three popular suppressors, the; LCW Predator, SWR Spectre and TAC-65 for .22 caliber pistols and rifles. Each of these claim to be 6 inches in length and 1 inch in diameter. The LCW offers suppression at 38-39 dB Wet & 34-35 dB Dry. The LCW Predator is made of T6 aluminum with a Matte Black DuraCoat finish. Each of these three has a threaded end cap for disassembly and cleaning

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Suppressed Ruger Mark II .22lr Pistol

Integrally suppressed Ruger MkII .22lr semi-auto pistol
Shooting American Eagle and Remington ammo

We shot this review at South East Regional Park in Tucson, Arizona
http://www.TucsonShooting.org

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Walther PPK/S

Walther PPK was developed in 1931
The PPK-S, with a longer frame (one additional round in magazine) is made in the USA

We shot this review at South East Regional Park in Tucson, Arizona
http://www.TucsonShooting.org

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Taurus PT 1911 .45 ACP

the Taurus PT 1911 offers you the most accurate and feature-laden model on the market today.
Model: 1911B
Caliber: .45 ACP
Capacity: 8+1
Barrel Length: 5"
Action: SA
Finish: Blue Steel
Grips: Checkered Black
Weight: 38 oz
Construction: Steel
Frame: Large
Front Sight: Heinie
Rear Sight: Straight-8
Trigger Type: Ventilated
Length: 8-1/2"
Width: 1-1/2"
Height: 5.45"
Rate of Twist: 1:16"

We shot this review at South East Regional Park in Tucson, Arizona
http://www.TucsonShooting.org

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Browning Hi-Power

Browning Hi-Power is a 9mm semi-automatic single-action pistol
Hi-Power pistol was named for its 13-round magazine capacity, which is almost twice that of the 1911

Browning Hi-Power pistols were used during World War II by both the Allied and the Axis powers
Caliber: 9 mm
Capacity of magazine: 13
Trigger pull: 7.5 lb

We shot this review at South East Regional Park in Tucson, Arizona
http://www.TucsonShooting.org

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Monday, November 10, 2008

BattleLab vs. Blackhawk, Escape & Evasion Bags

Here are two BattleLab Escape & Evasion Bags side by side to compare and contrast. The BattleLab bag in tan seems to be made of better material and looks like it will last longer with heavy use. The Blackhawk version is a bit less sturdy and seems to be sewn together with less skill. Little things like the strap being shorter, lack of full velcro strips on pocket flaps, thickness of materials used all make the Blackhawk bag (in black) less value and less durable with heavy use

Here are two BattleLab Escape & Evasion Bags side by side to compare and contrast. The BattleLab bag in tan seems to be made of better material and looks like it will last longer with heavy use. The Blackhawk version is a bit less sturdy and seems to be sewn together with less skill. Little things like the strap being shorter, lack of full velcro strips on pocket flaps, thickness of materials used all make the Blackhawk bag (in black) less value and less durable with heavy use

BattleLab vs. Blackhawk, Escape & Evasion Bags

http://tacticalreview.net/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1226305146

Friday, November 7, 2008

Satellite Antenna Bag as a SBR Low Profile Carry Option


Using this Sat Com Bag for an AR15 SBR an alternative low profile carry option. We bought a Sat Com Bag (Satellite Communication Bag) from an online supplier. It is a mid-quality bag. Made overseas, with mid-quality materials. It is designed to hold a fold up satellite antenna and a length of cable. So the shape and function of the bag are designed around that piece of gear. This bag is 20 inches long and 6 inches tall and 6 inches wide. The bag lends it's self to a non-standard rifle bag. If you are concerned about people seeing you carry an obvious rifle bag, this Sat Com Bag can be an alternative carry bag for an AR15 style rifle. The easy to open top flap that offers full access to the bag works well for this use. Once opened, the broken down AR15 SBR is ready to be removed easily. The shoulder strap has a buckle so that you do not need to fight the strap while getting things from the bag. The AR15 short barrel (10.5 inch) upper fits easily in the main compartment of the 20 inch long bag

Using this Sat Com Bag for an AR15 SBR an alternative low profile carry option. We bought a Sat Com Bag (Satellite Communication Bag) from an online supplier. It is a mid-quality bag. Made overseas, with mid-quality materials. It is designed to hold a fold up satellite antenna and a length of cable. So the shape and function of the bag are designed around that piece of gear. This bag is 20 inches long and 6 inches tall and 6 inches wide. The bag lends it's self to a non-standard rifle bag. If you are concerned about people seeing you carry an obvious rifle bag, this Sat Com Bag can be an alternative carry bag for an AR15 style rifle. The easy to open top flap that offers full access to the bag works well for this use. Once opened, the broken down AR15 SBR is ready to be removed easily. The shoulder strap has a buckle so that you do not need to fight the strap while getting things from the bag. The AR15 short barrel (10.5 inch) upper fits easily in the main compartment of the 20 inch long bag


Click Here for full Review of Satellite Antenna Bag as a SBR Low Profile Carry Option

http://www.gear-reviews.net/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1226089181&pid=1285

AR15 / M16 LULA Magazine Loader and Unloader

The AR15 / M16 LULA loader and unloader for most metal and plastic 5.56x45mm (.223) magazines

The AR15 / M16 LULA Magazine Loader & Unloader is for sale at:
Tucson Guns & Western Artifacts
8556 E. Broadway
520-722-6886
http://www.TucsonGuns.net

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AR15 / M16 Magazine Personal Loader

The AR15 / M16 Betaco (Beta C-Mag) loader for most metal and plastic 5.56x45mm (.223) magazines
This one is designed to load loose ammo into any AR15 / M16 magazine

The AR15 / M16 Beta Magazine Loader is for sale at:
Tucson Guns & Western Artifacts
8556 E. Broadway
520-722-6886
http://www.TucsonGuns.net

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AR15 / M16 Magazine Speed Loader

The AR15 / M16 Betaco (Beta C-Mag) speed loader for most metal and plastic 5.56x45mm (.223) magazines
This one is designed to load ammo in stripper clips into any AR15 / M16 magazine

The AR15 / M16 Beta Magazine Speed Loader is for sale at:
Tucson Guns & Western Artifacts
8556 E. Broadway
520-722-6886
http://www.TucsonGuns.net

Another shooting gear review by:
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Clip vs. Magazine - There is a difference

Gun magazines and clips are NOT the same thing.

A major annoyance to many gun owners who care to speak accurately about firearms is when people say 'clip' when they are talking about a firearm's 'magazine'.

We took a few moments to make this short video to help illustrate the differences between a 10 round AR15 'stripper clip' vs the AR15 30 round 'box magazine'

Ignore this one if you don't care, or if you already know the difference, but we hope those interested in speaking accurately about guns will appreciate this quick video explanation

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Sunday, November 2, 2008

SWR Spectre Multi Caliber Suppressor



These SWR suppressors are rated for multiple calibers including the 22lr (in full auto or semi automatic), 5.7mm, 17HMR and 22WMR. This is a heavy duty suppressor with a bit more weight than other brands. The SWR Spectre unique end cap is designed to allow easy removal of the endcap for cleaning and repair. We took these pictures with the SWR Spectre on a Walther P22. The one inch diameter of the Spectre allows the standard iron sights of the P-22 to be used with the suppressor in place. The SWR Spectre comes with; Nylon belt pouch, an endcap removal tool, manual and SWR logo patch.

SWR Spectre Multi Caliber Suppressor - Click Here for Full review and more photos

Steyr AUG and MSAR STG-556

We had the chance to put these two rifles side by side to see how similar and different they are the standard Steyr AUG P from the 1980s and the MSAR STG-556 made in the USA currently. The MSAR STG-556 is an AUG A1 clone manufactured by Microtech Small Arms Research Inc. The two rifles look very similar but their parts are not interchangeable. The major differences are the sights and the additional parts on the STG-556. The Steyr AUG has a built in optic / carry handle, where the STG-556 has an accessory rail (MIL-STD-1913 rail). The STG-556 has some additional parts including a forward assist and a bolt hold-open device like the AR15/M16.

We had the chance to put these two rifles side by side to see how similar and different they are the standard Steyr AUG P from 1977 and the MSAR STG-556 made in the USA currently. The MSAR STG-556 is an AUG A1 clone manufactured by Microtech Small Arms Research Inc. The two rifles look very similar but their parts are not interchangeable. The major differences are the sights and the additional parts on the STG-556. The Steyr AUG has a built in optic / carry handle, where the STG-556 has an accessory rail (MIL-STD-1913 rail). The STG-556 has some additional parts including a forward assist and a bolt hold-open device like the AR15/M16.

Steyr AUG and MSAR STG-556 - Click Here for full review with more photos

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Aimpoint 3X Magnifier w/ LaRue QD Pivot Mount

Aimpoint's 3X magnifying module is specially designed for military personnel, law enforcement, sport shooters and hunters



Mounted with a LaRue Tactical QD Pivot Mount. One hand operation, just grab the optic, pull back, and move it

We shot this review at South East Regional Park in Tucson, Arizona
http://www.TucsonShooting.org

Another shooting review by:
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Aimpoint 3X Magnifier w/ LaRue QD Pivot Mount - click here for the video

Shooting a Judge & COP

We test fired the Taurus Judge 3" Barrel 5 shot 2-3/4" .45 long colt / .410 revolver along with a COP 4 barrel .357 magnum derringer



We shot this review at South East Regional Park in Tucson, Arizona
http://www.TucsonShooting.org

Both the Judge and the COP 357 derringer are for sale at:
Tucson Guns & Western Artifacts
8556 E. Broadway
520-722-6886
http://www.TucsonGuns.net

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More photos of these two here:
http://www.tucsonshooting.com/.....p;pid=1225

See our other shooting review of the COP here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v.....QM-wERs-VE

Shooting a Judge & COP - click here for the video

Shooting HK93 w/ HALO at night

We shot the Heckler & Koch HK93 in 5.56x45 (.223) with and without a Gemtech HALO suppressor at night. We filmed with Night Vision



Another video gear review from http://www.GunWebsites.com

Shooting HK93 w/ HALO at night - click here for the video

Serbu Super Shorty 5 shots @ 5 Yards

Another new video by us.. this time we pattern test 5 types of shot with a Serbu super shorty

Serbu Super Shorty 5 shots @ 5 Yards - click here for the video



We try out 5 types of shot through a Serbu Super Shorty (AOW)
We shot each type of load at a target 5 yards away with the Serbu

00 Buck Remington 8 pellet Tactical Load Reduced Recoil

00 Buck Winchester 9 pellet

#4 Buck Smith & Wesson

#4 Shot Remington Express 2 3/4" Magnum

#7-1/2 Shot RWS heavy field load 2 3/4" 1 1/4oz (Bird Shot)

We shot this review at South East Regional Park in Tucson, Arizona
http://www.TucsonShooting.org

Buy a Serbu Super Shorty at:
Tucson Guns & Western Artifacts
8556 E. Broadway
520-722-6886
http://www.TucsonGuns.net

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Serbu Super Shorty 5 shots @ 5 Yards - click here for the video

Sunday, October 26, 2008

127th anniversary of the shootout at the O.K. Corral

127th anniversary of the shootout at the O.K. Corral — the actual incident happened Oct. 26, 1881.

Anti-gun 'news' article dissected

So I read a "news article" this AM.. Confused

Let's take a rational look at it
Here is a link to the full article if you'd like to read it:
http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2008/10/in_the_spring_of_1992.html

I have quoted some of the paragraphs here in blue as I refer to them...

First off a kid died, that is too bad and we are all sad this happened

Now lets take a look at this lazy reporters poorly researched review of the events

#1 - The title
"Years obscure an assault rifle's trail of slayings in Newark"

First the SKS is not under any definition of the words an 'assault rifle' it is not real difficult to research that, but then it wouldn't have a menacing title

"trail of slayings" the article mentions ONE accidental discharge that killed this boy, no other crimes were found by the Police (ATF / FBI)
In fact here is a quote by the author which proves his own title wrong (great journalism eh?)
"The gun was taken to the Newark Police Department's ballistics lab, where officers ran tests to determine if it had been reported stolen or had been used in a crime. If it had, the crimes would provide more clues for them to figure out how the gun got here. But the tests came back negative."

#2 the caption of the photo:
"The Norinco SKS rifle used to kill 15 year old Bukhari Washington."

Just a note that by leaving out the word 'accidental' this caption leads readers to an incorrect conclusion of the facts if they didn't bother to scrutinize the whole article, which explains this is not an intentional shooting , but a bad accident with a dangerous item

#3 "In the spring of 1992, two AT&T craftsmen in Georgia were chatting at work when the subject of guns came up."
OK this is not gun related but it had me scratching my head.. WTH is an "AT&T Craftsman"??

#4 "One of them, George Hill Jr., was a hobbyist from Greenville who competed in amateur target-shooting competitions. He mentioned that one of weapons he liked to use was an SKS rifle, an Eastern bloc predecessor of the AK-47 that had been redesigned for civilian use and was popular in the United States for backyard "plinking.""

Rolling Eyes another contradiction, this time in the same paragraph
He competed in "amateur target-shooting competitions" but the SKS had been "redesigned for civilian use and was popular in the United States for backyard "plinking.""
Well the SKS was not modified at all, but thats another issue.. but is the SKS for plinking, or for "target-shooting competitions"?

Small point, but it leads to the lack of concern for the topic at hand

#5 - Now this one really scares me..
"The shooting jolted the public, not only because of Bukhari's story, but because it raised a painful, unanswered question: How does a young man with a steady job and no criminal record get his hands on a military-style rifle outfitted with a 30-round clip? "

First.. was the public 'jolted'? where's the reference to back this up, not that I am downplaying the death of this poor kid, but as a journalist, isn't there an obligation to NOT exaggerate an issue that scares just you Jonathan Schuppe?? Was there a public outcry, a parade, a church event in his honor? Was the 'public' jolted, or was Jonathan Schuppe the one jolted here?

now the most distressing line in the article, and the one that prompted me to pick apart this horribly written article..
" How does a young man with a steady job and no criminal record get his hands on a military-style rifle outfitted with a 30-round clip? "

WTH Jonathan Schuppe ?? Are you that ignorant of the laws of the United States? ALL young men with steady jobs, no criminal records can "get their hands" on a military-style rifle outfitted with a 30-round MAGAZINE
From the second amendment of our country's Constitution, to state Constitutions, and down to local laws in almost the whole country, this rifle is 100% legal to own by the type of person you mention

Jonathan Schuppe didn't bother to think about the rest of the country which he is including in his article by eluding to some 'trail of slayings'
In my opinion, Jonathan Schuppe is either lazy, stupid or just intent on causing confusion of the truth with this article

Sure in New Jersey, this rifle may be restricted by state, or local law, I don't live there and I am no lawyer there. But, if this is the case, words to that effect should be used to clarify this outrageous statement
Shame on you Jonathan Schuppe for such poor reporting and pushing your anti-gun (possibly raciest) ideas with what masquerades as a news story

Still part of #5.. that last word, 'clip' Jonathan Schuppe you dolt..
a clip is used to load an SKS magazine, it is NOT a part of the rifle and by perpetrating this error in lingo once again in print, you are again showing your laziness
BTW Jonathan Schuppe, an SKS 'clip' holds just 10 rounds, there is no such thing as a 30 round clip for an SKS

#6 "Every year, Newark police recover hundreds of guns used in crimes. Most are handguns, and many have been hustled into the city in bulk by smugglers who take advantage of lax firearms laws in other states. But the SKS was different. Rifles like that don't turn up very often. And because it was sold so long ago, authorities will probably never be able to trace its path to Newark."

So how often does the media mention where a car came from when a story about a hit and run is reported? How often does the history and trail of a can of gas get mentioned in an arson report?
Why do guns get singled out as a tool that's history must be traced and mentioned as if the rifle had intent, and was destined to do harm?

I wonder if Jonathan Schuppe bothered to think about the millions (yes millions) of other SKS rifles that were imported along with this one, and how they sit even now in safes, gun racks and other places NOT killing anyone.
Poor reporting like Jonathan Schuppe's story are written to push an anti-gun agenda, not to report the news, and this paragraph is further proof of that.

#7 "The alleged shooter, Terrence Perry, told detectives he'd found the gun in an abandoned apartment in the Bradley Court public housing complex, where he sometimes hung out. He said he was trying to unload it when it went off."

So he found the gun, there are millions of them remember, so is this so unreasonable? Later in the story Jonathan Schuppe will claim the SKS flooded the US, so is it unheard of that one could be found abandoned?

Anyway.. the last line is why I quoted this paragraph.. this guy says the gun went off while unloading.. Perhaps if Jonathan Schuppe would report accurately and with a mind towards public education, he would get off his anti-gun platform and discuss something practical, like how to unload a rifle safely, then this might not have happened in the first place.

Of course if the guy who was handling the rifle would have bought his rifle legally (or been able to buy it legally) he would have been offered instruction on it's proper, safe use. He would have received a users manual too.
So does Jonathan Schuppe write anti-chain saw articles when someone 'finds' a chainsaw, turns it on and hurts himself or someone else?
Same situation in my opinion. A person who didn't know how to operate a dangerous item tried to 'learn on his own' and damage was done

#8 "Federal authorities can only trace guns used in crimes back to their original sale by a licensed dealer. What that first customer does with the gun generally remains private. From there, it is virtually impossible to track where the gun goes, law enforcement officials say."

OK sounds menacing I suppose.. but let's think rationally about this facet of gun regulation for a moment
If we spend a lot of money, time and resources on gun licensing, etc and moments after the original purchase the 'trail' is no longer available doesn't it make sense that this is colossal waste of time?
I'm sure Jonathan Schuppe would like to see much more regulation on firearms judging from his biased article, but does he realize the massive increase in cost, and loss of freedoms that kind of project would entail?

I read this paragraph and I see a strong argument to dis ban the ATF and all the restrictions on firearms, so those resources can be used for education, and prosecution when criminals commit crimes

There are many more stabbings than shootings each year, there is more damage done by arson. Has anyone suggested we ban, or register each knife or match? NO, why? Because the costs and infringements on freedom would be more than anyone would approve of.

It's easy for gun haters like Jonathan Schuppe to say that gun owners loose freedom and money, but I suspect he would be the first to complain if his right to write sloppy, ignorant stories like this one was in jeopardy.

Would Jonathan Schuppe complain if I suggested all news stories would be required by law to be written by licensed writers who can pass a background check, and that all writing would need to contain accurate footnotes to back up the writers ideas at the discretion and threat of penalty by a federal agency?

#9 "Hill, who had a license to sell firearms, ordered the Norinco SKS from an importer in Tucson, Ariz. The Chinese made rifle arrived a few weeks later with a wooden stock and grip and etched with the serial number 29003777. Hill then sold the gun to his friend for the same amount it cost him to buy."

Two points in this paragraph.. I live in Tucson, so it was interesting to see B-West mentioned yet again in a news story.. too bad it was in such a poorly written one..
And what reason could there possibly be in including the serial number of the rifle? I have never seen a cars VIN mentioned in a news article. I don't understand the reasoning, perhaps Jonathan Schuppe and his editors are ignorant to the possibility that criminals could use that information illicitly.. I won't get into details on that since I'm not trying to facilitate illegal activity. But what gross stupidity to include such a bit of information that is not even relevant to this story

#10 "The Norinco SKS typically costs about $200 or more depending on accessories."

I can only assume Jonathan Schuppe included this irrelevant information to further the fallacy that 'assault rifles' are cheap, which they are not as most gun owners know. Remember this is NOT an assault rifle, Jonathan Schuppe incorrectly calls this SKS one in order to scare his readers, but this rifle would retail well over $400 in this SKS-M configuration which is highly sought after by collectors

#11 "After the shooting, Perry's family and neighbors said he had been robbed and stabbed in recent months. They speculated that he had started carrying the gun for protection."

Here in Arizona, this would be legal. Unwise, reckless, but legal. In New Jersey I suspect carrying an SKS would not be legal, so this statement by the family was unwise and possible incriminating, which is why Jonathan Schuppe included it I suppose.

However, if the first sentence is true, it is a sad state of affairs that a person in fear of their safety would be restricted the ability to defend themselves legally. This type of restriction obviously does not deter criminals but it forces the victims to resort to using found rifles to defend themselves.

Again if there is any truth to this statement, then it is in my opinion, an argument to the repeal of the restrictive gun laws that give the criminals a free reign on the unarmed victims in areas like this

#12 "Police didn't buy that explanation. Why, they wondered, would someone keep a gun that big to guard against street crime?"

Instead of the police opinion of this situation, why not ask another stabbing or shooting victim what they would carry to defend themselves against further assault? Another selective perspective from Jonathan Schuppe who is not interested in simply reporting facts, but insists on pushing his opinions and fears

#13 ""If someone wanted a weapon for protection they could secret on their body, this is not that kind of weapon," Newark police director Garry McCarthy said at the time."

OK I'll agree with this statement, except, if a victim was stabbed and shot, they might want to let others know they are not going to be a victim again, what better way to announce this from across the street than with a 40" rifle slug over the shoulder ??
Sure I carry my CCW gun out of sight because I am not in constant fear for my safety, however if I feared I might get hurt walking to the car, I might wear a gun in plain sight.
Do we hide our home and car alarms inside to trick criminals into setting them off? Or do we put signs in the yard, on the fences and stickers on the windows to announce to the world and any potential criminals that this is not the easiest place to rob?

#14 "Firearms experts tend to agree. They note that the SKS was first designed as a World War II-era military weapon for Eastern Bloc nations, but today isn't good for much more than target shooting."

What 'Firearms experts' did Jonathan Schuppe ask about this? The SKS is a low end rifle, but is definitely has more uses than he claims

#15 "Valued for its cheap price, easy maintenance and reliable operation, the SKS was commissioned by the Soviet Union as a gun that soldiers could use until the mass production of AK-47s. Even after the AK-47s came along, SKSs were made and used for decades by Soviet allies, said Peter Hefferan, a Wantage firearms consultant. Manufacturers in those countries, including China, eventually began producing semiautomatic versions -- firing one round for each pull of the trigger -- for civilian use."

OK so he names his 'expert'.. a 'Wantage firearms consultant' sure, this is a typo, but the fact that neither Jonathan Schuppe nor his editors knew this was a typo, is a testament to the fact they are not familiar with the subject. Does that stop them from publishing their opinion of the subject though? Of course not..

Now here is another example of Jonathan Schuppe's ignorance of the subject he is writing about. The SKS was NEVER made in a full auto configuration. So no one could produce a semi-automatic 'version' since they ALL have always been semi-automatic

#16 "In the 1980s, changes in trade agreements and gun laws made it easier for China to ship weapons to the United States. That led to a flood of semiautomatic SKSs, which American gun enthusiasts snapped up as cheap "plinking" weapons that could be used to shoot soda cans and other targets. Most of the Chinese SKSs were made by China North Industries Group, also known as Norinco"

'Changes in gun laws'?? what changes in what US firearm laws happened in the 1980s to let more Chinese guns into the country?
And guess what Jonathan Schuppe, many people bought these rifles for more than shooting cans. They are an inexpensive dependable rifle that can be used to defend home, and community. Please don't assume all gun owners are hunters or 'plinkers' some gun owners take their responsibility to family and community seriously and although you might never lift a finger to defend your home or country, many gun owners would.

I suspect that Jonathan Schuppe would be offended if I claimed all pens are made for drawing pictures (assuming he knows how to write with a pen)

#17 "Today, an SKS, whether made in China or elsewhere, is legal in New Jersey, as long as it doesn't have a "detachable" magazine like the one found with the gun that killed Bukhari Washington."
OK so it was legal for the guy to own this gun in NJ? Earlier it seemed as though this was not a legal rifle when Jonathan Schuppe asked the question "How does a young man with a steady job and no criminal record get his hands on a military-style rifle outfitted with a 30-round clip?"

Not great news reporting in my opinion, if a reader didn't get down to this 25th paragraph, then they might be left with the incorrect conclusion that the SKS was not legal in New Jersey since Jonathan Schuppe never determined this was not a typical SKS, but an illegal SKS-M
Again, a fine point, but another example of poor writing and an obvious attempt to warp the report to condemn the item here and not the actions of the person that led to the death of the boy

#18 "Immediately after he fired that fatal shot, Perry fled his family's apartment and ended up at his girlfriend's, where detectives caught up to him later that day. He led them to her car, where he'd stashed the rifle, then to the spot where he'd ditched the magazine."

If he is guilty, this was very poor judgment indeed. Of course this is only the second time in 26 paragraphs that the actions of the person accused of the crime is mentioned. The firearm did not do this crime, it facilitated it. The human caused the situation, and this 'news report' hardly mentions it until nearly the end of the report and then only with a few sentences

#19 "The gun was taken to the Newark Police Department's ballistics lab, where officers ran tests to determine if it had been reported stolen or had been used in a crime. If it had, the crimes would provide more clues for them to figure out how the gun got here. But the tests came back negative."

So this rifle was not used in any other crimes.. yet the title of the story eludes to a "trail of slayings" can there be a more blatant abuse of news to deceptively influence opinion?

#20 ""I don't know how that gun ended up in New Jersey," he said."

So the third brief owner of the rifle in 1992 does not know how the rifle ended up in New Jersey in 2008 (16 years later).. so what?

Obviously Jonathan Schuppe thought this would leave the reader with some ominous fear of unregulated assault rifles looming all over the country waiting to kill

However this is about as important as who now owns the first car Jonathan Schuppe owned then sold. Does Jonathan Schuppe know how many people his first car killed in it's "trail of slayings" over the years?

What about the kitchen knives Jonathan Schuppe gave to charity years back? Does Jonathan Schuppe track how many people have been stabbed by those knives in their "trail of slayings' over the years?

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I don't usually spend hours critiquing poorly written news articles by lazy ignorant writers like Jonathan Schuppe, but I was tied to the PC this morning on a project so I had some extra time on my hands. So I spent a lot of time picking this 'news story' (anti-gun propaganda) apart
I'm sure I could dissect it even more, but I am sick of typing.
If even one person reads a portion of my response and thinks more realistically about guns I feel the time I spent on this was worth it

In my opinion, Jonathan Schuppe should be ashamed of his poor writing skills, his editors should have made him account for his claims before publishing, and the people in NJ should look elsewhere for news over this 'opinion in news clothing'

Perhaps the people responsible for this article might read my breakdown, and if they do I encourage you to get over your fears of objects that make noise and learn about the things you obviously know so little about before you attempt to report on them in the future

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Friday, October 24, 2008

Shooting a COP and a Judge

We are shooting a COP and a Judge this morning at Southeast East Regional Park this Friday morning

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Monday, October 20, 2008

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We started this blog in October 2008 to help keep our visitors up to date with updates and news about our websites and to offer yet another way to communicate with us.

We have been taking pictures of AK47s since 1997 when one of our editors purchased his first one. Over the years the hobbys of photography, websites and AK47s has led to many websites and LOTS of information.

This blog format lets us keep our photos and reviews organized and easy to find (we hope)

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Friday, October 17, 2008

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Obama, The Second Amendment, And The Truth

CHICAGO, Oct 15, 2008 /PRNewswire-USNewswire via COMTEX/ -- The following is the text of an open letter to the nation's hunters and sportsmen issued today by Illinois State Rifle Association Executive Director Richard Pearson:

Fellow Sportsman,
Hello, my name is Rich Pearson and I have been active in the firearm rights movement for over 40 years. For the past 15 years, I have served in the Illinois state capitol as the chief lobbyist for the Illinois State Rifle Association.

I lobbied Barack Obama extensively while he was an Illinois State Senator. As a result of that experience, I know Obama's attitudes toward guns and gun owners better than anyone. The truth be told, in all my years in the Capitol I have never met a legislator who harbors more contempt for the law-abiding firearm owner than does Barack Obama.

Although Obama claims to be an advocate for the 2nd Amendment, his voting record in the Illinois Senate paints a very different picture. While a state senator, Obama voted for a bill that would ban nearly every hunting rifle, shotgun and target rifle owned by Illinois citizens. That same bill would authorize the state police to raid homes of gun owners to forcibly confiscate banned guns. Obama supported a bill that would shut down law-abiding firearm manufacturers including Springfield Armory, Armalite, Rock River Arms and Les Baer. Obama also voted for a bill that would prohibit law-abiding citizens from purchasing more than one gun per month.

Without a doubt, Barack Obama has proven himself to be an enemy of the law abiding firearm owner. At the same time, Obama has proven himself to be a friend to the hardened criminal. While a state senator, Obama voted 4 times against legislation that would allow a homeowner to use a firearm in defense of home and family.

Does Barack Obama still sound to you like a "friend" of the law-abiding gun owner?

And speaking of friends, you can always tell a person by the company they keep. Obama counts among his friends the Rev. Michael Pfleger - a renegade Chicago priest who has openly called for the murder of gun shop owners and pro-gun legislators. Then there is his buddy Richard Daley, the mayor of Chicago who has declared that if it were up to him, nobody would be allowed to own a gun. And let's not forget Obama's pal George Soros - the guy who has pumped millions of dollars into the UN's international effort to disarm law-abiding citizens.

Obama has shown that he is more than willing to use other people's money to fund his campaign to take your guns away from you. While a board member of the leftist Joyce Foundation, Barack Obama wrote checks for tens of millions of dollars to extremist gun control organizations such as the Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence and the Violence Policy Center.

Does Barack Obama still sound to you like a "friend" of the law-abiding gun owner?

By now, I'm sure that many of you have received mailings from an organization called "American Hunters and Shooters Association(AHSA)" talking about what a swell fellow Obama is and how he honors the 2nd Amendment and how you will never have to worry about Obama coming to take your guns. Let me make it perfectly clear - everything the AHSA says about Obama is pure hogwash. The AHSA is headed by a group of left-wing elitists who subscribe to the British view of hunting and shooting. That is, a state of affairs where hunting and shooting are reserved for the wealthy upper-crust who can afford guided hunts on exclusive private reserves. The AHSA is not your friend, never will be.

In closing, I'd like to remind you that I'm a guy who has actually gone nose to nose with Obama on gun rights issues. The Obama I know cannot even begin to identify with this nation's outdoor traditions. The Obama I know sees you, the law abiding gun owner, as nothing but a low-class lummox who is easily swayed by the flash of a smile and a ration of rosy rhetoric. The Obama I know is a stony-faced liar who has honed his skill at getting what he wants - so long as people are willing to give it to him.
That's the Barack Obama I know.

The ISRA is the state's leading advocate of safe, lawful and responsible firearms ownership. Founded in 1903, the ISRA has represented the interests of millions of law-abiding Illinois firearm owners.

WEB SITE: http://www.isra.org/
SOURCE Illinois State Rifle Association
Copyright (C) 2008 PR Newswire. All rights reserved

Law Enforcement shoot is this Saturday

'The Tucson Trap and Skeet Club has invited law enforcement officers to test their skills at shooting clay pigeons. Officers will be teamed up with young kids who compete around the state and across the country. This is a new event for the club.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Neither McCain nor Obama owns a gun.

Gun control a gray area between McCain, Obama

BOSTON (AP) — John McCain supports background checks for buyers at gun shows and has his name on a law restricting special-interest group advertising, two positions strongly opposed by the National Rifle Association.

So how'd he end up with the group's presidential endorsement? By running against Barack Obama, whom NRA leaders accuse of wanting to put the firearms industry out of business.

"Hillary was right: You can't trust Obama with your guns," the association's Political Victory Fund said in a recent mailing.

The endorsement reflects the complicated role that gun control is playing in the 2008 campaign.

For voters who care about the issue, the most unambiguous record belongs not to McCain, but his running mate.

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is not only a gun owner and an NRA member, but a proud hunter who is unapologetic about supporting aerial wolf hunting.

From there, things get kind of gray.

Obama's running rate, Sen. Joe Biden of Delaware, favors gun control but is a gun owner himself — he has three shotguns.

Referring to Obama, Biden recently told a Virginia audience, "He tries to fool with my Beretta, he's got a problem." He was referring to a weapon sold by Beretta, a company that makes a wide variety of firearms.

Neither McCain nor Obama owns a gun.

Obama, a former constitutional law professor, joins McCain in saying he supports the Second Amendment's right to bear arms. And both said the Supreme Court was correct in June when it clarified — for the first time in the country's history — that the Second Amendment gave gun ownership rights to individuals, not just a militia.

But that case also exposed a fissure between the two White House contenders.

McCain, reflecting the more conservative principles of the GOP, said the ruling is only the first step toward ensuring gun rights.

While he supports the gun-show checks and advertising restrictions, he voted against the 1994 assault weapons ban and believes gun manufacturers should not be held liable in civil lawsuits for crimes committed with their products.

The Arizona senator said last year: "I strongly support the Second Amendment. And I believe the Second Amendment ought to be preserved — which means no gun control."

Obama joined with fellow Democrats in voting to leave gun-makers and dealers open to suit. As an Illinois state lawmaker, he also supported a ban on all forms of semiautomatic weapons and tighter state restrictions generally on firearms. He argues local communities should be able to take the steps they feel are necessary to reduce crime.

Those positions helped him win the endorsement of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.

"The Obama-Biden ticket will work with law enforcement, gun violence victims and ordinary citizens who want to do more to protect themselves, their families and their communities by making it harder for dangerous people to get dangerous weapons," said Paul Helmke, president of the group named after Jim Brady. Brady was press secretary to President Reagan when he was gravely wounded by a gunman who tried to assassinate Reagan in 1981.

A rival gun rights group, the American Hunters and Shooters Association, has endorsed Obama and accuses the NRA of backing McCain for partisan rather than philosophical reasons.

"The NRA is holding Obama accountable for votes taken 10 years ago but giving McCain a pass for his actions within the past eight years," said the group's president, former Washington Redskins player Ray Schoenke, who has cut radio ads for Obama.

Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland, a Democrat, has also tried to reassure voters in his battleground state, saying last week that gun owners "have nothing to fear from Barack Obama."

McCain generally does not raise the issue on the campaign trail. The former naval aviator was trained to use a pistol and carried one with him in combat but hasn't used one since leaving the military.

In May, however, speaking to the NRA's annual convention in Kentucky, McCain leveled a double-barreled attack on Obama and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, who was then still in the Democratic nomination race.

"If either Sen. Clinton or Sen. Obama is elected president, the rights of law-abiding gun owners will be at risk, my friends — and have no doubt about it," McCain said.

While his McCain-Feingold law inhibits special-interest fundraising, he told the group, "Those disagreements do not detract from my long record of support for the Second Amendment and the work we have done together to protect the rights of gun owners."

Obama, meanwhile, angered both gun owners and blue-collar workers with his comment during a San Francisco fundraiser that bitter voters in rural Pennsylvania "cling" to guns and religion because of their economic frustrations.

Last week, during an appearance in Lebanon, Ohio, he, too, tried to reassure gun owners.

"I believe in the Second Amendment," he declared. "I believe in people's lawful right to bear arms. I will not take your shotgun away. I will not take your rifle away. I won't take your handgun away."

http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5iws_NUP4CywbKPEd1Czf0PY8NWVAD93QQH6G0

Friday, October 10, 2008

Shooting at southeast regional park Friday morning

Shooting at southeast regional park Friday morning

Kill a Computer.com 6th Year Anniversary

Kill A Computer.com offers the only source for our videos produced by the original Computer Assassins at KillaComputer.com they feature Macs, Printers, FAX machines, Phones, PDAs, PCs and more being blown away, smashed, exploded, dropped, drowned and who knows what else. The ultimate revenge for all the wasted hours your PC has cost you. Get all the satisfaction of killing your computer, but for only a few dollars. Watch the destruction on your PC, there is no better way to threaten the errors and problems away.

Kill a Computer.com 6th Year Anniversary

On weekends we would take our very old, very slow or very difficult computers out for execution. We took care to collect and remove all the debris from the areas we would do our shooting so we would leave the areas cleaner than we found them. We video taped an photographed our fun with what passed for digital cameras at the time.. what we could afford. We built this website to post the photos so we could see them at work. But then other people started to find the site and contribute their pictures, and videos and the website started to get larger and has been popular ever since

After a long time, we found some time to update the design and function of one of the first websites we built. We started the Kill a Computer website in October of 2002 when one of our editors purchased his first AK47. We all worked for a large software company. And we all hated computers as much as anyone who is tied to one 8+ hours a day.

One day we decided to go shoot a computer with the AK47.. and a new sport / hobby was discovered

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Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Having some fun with Night Vision Photographs

Once in a while we get bored while editing pictures. And here are some of the results of boredom & photo editing software. Most of these are the result of simply flipping to the inverse (negative) colors in the image. A few have more photo editing work done to them also. Reversing the colors to the negative image results in some crisp and interesting images that are brighter than the dark photographs we started with. Enjoy a few interesting images made from photos taken at a recent night shooting training session

A photo taken of a shooter against the black night sky flipped to the negative view turns the shooter black and blue against a white background. Then after some color editing, a crisp red shooter

A photo taken of a shooter against the black night sky flipped to the negative view turns the shooter black and blue against a white background. THen after some color editing, a crisp red shooter A photo taken of a shooter against the black night sky flipped to the negative view turns the shooter black and blue against a white background. THen after some color editing, a crisp red shooter

Another before and after reversing the color in these two. A bit of photo editing was needed to remove the flair up on the right lens from the cameras flash

Another before and after reversing the color in these two. A bit of photo editing was needed to remove the flair up on the right lens from the cameras flash Another before and after reversing the color in these two. A bit of photo editing was needed to remove the flair up on the right lens from the cameras flash

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