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looking to the glock animation

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by jordankaden, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. jordankaden

    jordankaden

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    I have searched youtube and seen a few, but I am looking for the one where you put your mouse cursor on the name of the part you would like to see animated. It might even be a good idea to have that as a sticky.....
     
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    GRT45 Transform & Win

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    Edit: See GRT45's post #6 for a full-screen version with controls.
     
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    Great links GRT. Thanks.
     
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    I found the following link by searching the HTML source code of the sniperworld.com web page containing the Flash animation.

    It's a full screen version, with all the nifty visual controls and legible text. This is my favorite rendition of the TGSCOM animation. There is no telling how long the source file will remain unprotected.

    http://www.sniperworld.com/flash/version16_tgs.swf

    Edit: Link added to Post #1
     
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    That is awesome. Bookmarked.
     
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    Thanks. I had previously found this version but when I went back, I couldn't find it. The large size makes it much more useful.
     
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    That first link is simply AMAZING! Thanks so much for posting it. I was looking at a similar thread in the 1911 forum (with a 1911 of course) but really wanted to find this gem.
     
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    I agree I think this should be a reference point for anyone wanting to "learn" their glock....