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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by charlie-xray, Jan 28, 2006.

  1. charlie-xray

    charlie-xray Gunpowder Adik

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    My Glock 23 with 3 Mags, kept on condition 2 always
     
  2. Namron

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    How did you post the pics of your gun? Planning to post my new gun also but, don't know how to do it.

    Thanks!
     


  3. Kiddo

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    You have to upload your digital picture on a webhost, say imageshack.com and use the IMG tags which is a button found on the vB Code line when you post a message.
     
  4. Namron

    Namron

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    This is my new ARMSCOR .40 cal, got hold of it last January 10 & fired 200 shots FMJ ammo without any problem. The only setback is 2 mec-gar magazines are not available during the release of my unit.

    namron
     
  5. Namron

    Namron

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    still don't know how to attach picture, pls help!!
     
  6. apoy

    apoy 1337

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    Just like Kiddo said, you must host your image first then tag it with image tags.
    say, [​IMG] without the quotation marks

    [​IMG]

    Usually image hosting services comes up with the link ready for copy and paste. Be aware of the forum rules like hotlinking (if there are) when you do this.

    [​IMG]

    Copying the direct link to the image and adding image tags will directly put your image to the board without external links
    [​IMG]

    Or

    In your reply screen, there is a provision that will allow you to attach a file.

    [​IMG]
     
  7. Namron

    Namron

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  8. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    Nice pistol charlie. ^c Is that inside a safe?
     
  9. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    Excellent instructions apoy. ^c We should reference that in case somebody else asks the same question. :)
     
  10. vega

    vega

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    You might want to change your screws to anchor bolts.
    Nice pistol BTW.

    vega
     
  11. apoy

    apoy 1337

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    Thanks Batangueno :)
    Since I don't have anything to put in the table when it comes to guns, I try to help on things non-related.
     
  12. iMD

    iMD Young Member

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    Whew!!! thanks for the big help apoy;W i've been trying to figure out how to use the imageshack thing...hirap talaga maging tech illiterate tulad ko^2
     
  13. apoy

    apoy 1337

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    Welcome :)
    Lahat naman tayo ay naging n00bie at one point.

    To add substance to this post:

    Imageshack has 8 available tools
    I personally use only two of them.

    One is the Imageshack Quickload
    ImageShack QuickLoad integrates with Windows XP, 2000, or 2003 and allows you to upload images directly from your PC by right-clicking any image and selecting "ImageShack Quickload."


    [​IMG]

    Note that this requires Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1

    And the other is the ImageShack Extension v0.32
    Upload images to ImageShack directly from other websites by right-clicking the image and selecting "Upload to ImageShack."
    Note that this requires the FireFox browser.

    This only for those who upload images more than the average user does. I find it convenient since I do.

    ... and NO, I am not an Imageshack representative :)
     
  14. charlie-xray

    charlie-xray Gunpowder Adik

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    Thanks for the reminder, I used anchor bolts underneath the leather flooring of the safe and just 4inch screws for the back (for the meantime)

     
  15. charlie-xray

    charlie-xray Gunpowder Adik

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    Yes Sentry (non fire-proof) para walang tendency for amag or moisture being trap besides the dessicant I placed.

    Thanks, it is a nice pistol

     
  16. charlie-xray

    charlie-xray Gunpowder Adik

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    An open question to all BOGS

    If you were me, of course being you're length and wider experience which accessories would you prioritize for this FA my Glock 23. And availability in the Phils. Please.
     
  17. vega

    vega

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    I'll be happy with the plug. I want my pistols stock as possible.

    vega
     
  18. Eye Cutter

    Eye Cutter Moderator

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    the only thing to change in a glock are the sights. i like the heinies.

    ditch the extended slide release and mag catch. it will only get your pistol to slide open accidentally. with the longer mag catch and button, you will accidentaly press it and your mags will drop out.

    if you want to get lots and lots of accessories and go the custom route, get a 1911.

    actually, very boring ang glock.
     
  19. atmarcella

    atmarcella

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    i beg to disagree your honor;f ;f ;f

    nung shot show a company affliated to lone wolff distributors made heavy metal glock frames for competion they're due to market it very soon ;f

    one advantage of glock is you dont need a gunsmith to customize it;f