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My New Pic of Glock27

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by DonEKing, Nov 24, 2004.

  1. DonEKing

    DonEKing

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    I have not taken pictures of my guns and decided to do so last night. Thought I'd share one with ya.

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    Not too bad a pic for messing around with a cheap digital camera.
     
  2. Steve Koski

    Steve Koski Got Insurance? Millennium Member

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    It's better than most pictures I take. Nice.
     

  3. RMTactical

    RMTactical Battle Born CLM

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    Here is a pic of my G27 and some Speer Gold Dots.
     
  4. 654Boomer

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    Greetings DonEKing,

    Very Nice! Thanks for sharing the photo with us. Keep us posted on your experience with it. I have the G23 and thoroughly enjoy it. It is very accurate for being "right out of the box."

    I have been having a struggle deciding upon the G19 and the G27, therefore my only solution is to purchase both!
     
  5. Point Shoot

    Point Shoot

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    That pic made my crank excited!!
     
  6. Blue40

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    I like the pic! :cool:

    What holster is that? Is it a Galco?
     
  7. DonEKing

    DonEKing

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    The holster is a Brigade Gunleather M-2. Very nice holster! And very reasonable price. Check them out.

    www.brigadegunleather.com
     
  8. FastDraw McGraw

    FastDraw McGraw

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    Great picture.......... Just got my first digital camera.... I have to learn to us it.

    Stay safe.......
     
  9. Gunmeister

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    DONEKING, great looking combination. I have long been led to believe it was not a good idea to reveal the serial number of one's piece on this or any other forum. Your gun's serial number is there for all the world to see. I can only imagine what the reason is but it must be a good one. I've noticed that when other folks mention their gun's serial number it normally appears like DXKxxx. Some time ago, I made the same mistake, since then I have been told by other GT members to either photograph the opposite side or cover the serial numbers with a piece of black electricians tape. I'm just trying to offer a helpful hint. Maybe other members can shed more light on this subject.:cool:
     
  10. DonEKing

    DonEKing

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    Hey, I appreciate the concern over the serial#. I received an instant message regarding the same thing right after I posted the pic. Thruthfully it was a mistake - didn't even think about it. The jury is still out in my mind how someone could use the serial# against me.

    I use to think the same way, but I have not yet heard of anything being done with someone seeing a particular serial#. I guess they could lay claim to it by saying it was their gun and that I had stolen it, but I'd have paperwork showing where I bought it at the dealer. Then the dealer would have paperwork showing where they got it. Then a person would have to show some kind of report (with a date) where a particular weapon was reported stolen. I figure dates wouldn't match to anyone's story when all was said and done. When it was all over - I'd be real willing to give that person a demonstration of how the gun worked....from the business end!

    Plus, I'd really like to see someone try and take possesion of said weapon. It would be locked up and loaded! And the burden of proof would be on them. If anyone can offer any other good opinions on how a serial# that someone knows would be bad for me, I'd really like to know. Maybe I'm being ignorant. I'm willing to change my mind.
     
  11. 99taco

    99taco Damn 4 Wheelers

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    thought i would share to,new camera hope this works
     
  12. Guest

    Me too.
    <img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v621/kevin0802/DCP_0030.jpg">
     
  13. Guest

    99taco

    My wife makes fun of me when I do the crayon thing,
    looks good in the photo!
     
  14. glokfreek

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    I wouldn't be too advertising of my serial #s. If for some crazy reason we ever get a president who's last name rhymes with Benton, handguns could become banned in this country. Now, maybe you will be a good little citizen and turn in your piece like all the other Lemmings. OR, maybe you might hope that Big Brother doesn't know about your piece and you decide to cache it away somewhere, just in case said president goes "King George" on us. EITHER WAY, the less Big Brother knows about your inventory, the better. Just a humble opinion.
     
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    Here's mine.

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  16. eric29oklahoma

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    There are a few reasons not to post the whole Serial Number. That number is linked to your name address as well as your Social Security Number. That is how the police know where it came from, who it belongs to and so on. FYI