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11-23-2020, 05:31 PM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by LaHo Quote
OK - I'll play along ...


Smith & Wesson K-14 Masterpiece - .38 Special


SIG Hämmerli P240 - .38 Special WC


Peters Stahl PSP9 - 9mm Parabellum

And a double exposure just for the fun of it:

The Time of Reckoning

All taken with the Pentax 67 II and the smc Pentax 67 165mm F/4.0 LS lens.
That double exposure is fantastically dark and amusing!

11-24-2020, 02:14 AM   #17
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I've got a 14-1 8 3/8 with original grips. Stellar condition. If I had access to it right now I would post a photo. What kind of grips are those?
The grips are from Karl Nill in Germany (as are those on the P240).

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That double exposure is fantastically dark and amusing!
Thank you. I was in a playful mood that day.
11-24-2020, 05:34 AM   #19
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QuoteOriginally posted by LaHo Quote
OK - I'll play along ...


Smith & Wesson K-14 Masterpiece - .38 Special


SIG Hämmerli P240 - .38 Special WC


Peters Stahl PSP9 - 9mm Parabellum

And a double exposure just for the fun of it:

The Time of Reckoning

All taken with the Pentax 67 II and the smc Pentax 67 165mm F/4.0 LS lens.


Great shots of some nice stuff.

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QuoteOriginally posted by bluestringer Quote
Great shots of some nice stuff.
Thank you. Here are some more in the same vein:


Pardini K2S Airpistol - 4.5 mm


Smith & Wesson N-27 - .357 Magnum


Reloading Components - 9mm Para (Lee 105 gr SWC cast bullet and VV N340 powder)


Pardini HP - .32 S&W Long

These photos were also taken with the Pentax 67 II and the smc Pentax 67 165mm F/4.0 LS lens

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QuoteOriginally posted by LaHo Quote
Thank you. Here are some more in the same vein:


Pardini K2S Airpistol - 4.5 mm


Smith & Wesson N-27 - .357 Magnum


Reloading Components - 9mm Para (Lee 105 gr SWC cast bullet and VV N340 powder)


Pardini HP - .32 S&W Long

These photos were also taken with the Pentax 67 II and the smc Pentax 67 165mm F/4.0 LS lens


I really like these. The B&W is a great fit. I've never used VV N340, didn't realize it was extruded, thought it was flake or ball.
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I really like these. The B&W is a great fit. I've never used VV N340, didn't realize it was extruded, thought it was flake or ball.
Thank you - glad you like them.

N340 is a great fit in the 9mm Para combined with a bullet in the 120-126 gr range. The 105 gr bullet shown is too short/light in my Peters Stahl, but can work wonders in .38 Special combined with VV N310.
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This thread is a great idea. This photo is several years old so I don't have many of these anymore (something about a boating accident...). Later I'll find some photos taken with a Pentax instead of a phone, but this was taken the morning we filmed the YouTube video below (which has been featured on the Discovery Channel, a studio in London, and right now a studio in Tokyo is using it).


I'm Deadshot in the video, by the way.


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Both photographed with the K-1, this first one with the FA 43.


Wesson 715 with the 8" barrel attached (original production run)


S&W Model 10 long barrel (also original, not Classic production)
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Both photographed with the K-1, this first one with the FA 43.


Wesson 715 with the 8" barrel attached (original production run)


S&W Model 10 long barrel (also original, not Classic production)


Nice photos. You don't see much of the 3-D ammo around anymore. I have a couple of boxes of it in 45 Colt.
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Cimarron SAA copy made by Pietta. Modeled after the 1873 Colt revolver commonly known as the "Peacemaker". This one is 357 Magnum. The ammo is 38 Special cases loaded with rubber bullets, primer powered only, for indoor practice.
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Love the peacemaker! One day I'll have to get one.
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Nice photos. You don't see much of the 3-D ammo around anymore. I have a couple of boxes of it in 45 Colt.
Thank you. Yeah, I'm about out of the ammo now. I need to go run some 45 LC through my Henry.

I need to setup another shoot (no pun intended) with this one in a better location to do this beautiful gun justice.

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Man, I would love to own an antique but functional flintlock.
You should check out the gun shows in your area. Many times they have sellers/dealers that offer Flint and Cap Lock guns, sometimes antiques. Be careful of Damascus barrels though if you want to shoot it! Make sure there is no pitting in or outside the barrel and have a good gun smith take a look at it! And you don't need to go through an FFL tp buy one (yet)!
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Tanfoglio EAA Witness Match 45. I used this to shoot some IPSIC competition back in the day. I no longer have it.
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