2.5" M19 Housegun
2.5" M19 Housegun
Model 49 Bodyguard...a very styly little handgun.
U take some great photos!
Thanks for the compliment.
I enjoy doing it when I have the time. I like the "art direction" bit of it as well.
I don't think I've posted any N Frames yet so here's an example.
Lew Horton 3" Model 24-3
Here is one of my more interesting S&W Revolvers an early model 49 with the unlisted 3" barrel. This one has a factory rework mark thus It was either made up special for a customer. I just don't know if it left the factory as a 2 or 3" gun.
I really like that M19, Stephen.
Model 19-4 wearing Elk Stag grips by Patrick Grashorn of Grashorn Gunworks.
Model 19-2 (c. 1966)
I got two of them good shooting S&Ws.
A model 19-4/.357 and model 21-4/.44spl.:smt1099
She really likes to pose for photo shoots:)
Here is my M&P 40
Damn dude. U take a mean photo. Great job!
Nice picture and nice gun! I'm looking at getting a M&P in 9mm myself.
Newly acquired NYSP rollmarked Model 28-2 Highway Patrolman.
SNN547xxx (circa 1978)
Model 19-4 2.5" barrel with a square butt
Model 36-1 3" barrel with box and papers (circa 1971-1972)
Model 36 nickel finish, mother of pearl grips with a polished Tyler T-Grip adapter...ever so pimpalicious!
Catman, those are some fine looking guns. Please share with the masses some details about your photographic prowess. I think of myself as a pretty good photog, but you put me to shame. Make and model of camera, mode, and especially your lighting technique would be great. Do you use reflected light, etc. Thanks.
I use a Canon A620 7.1 megapixel camera with a tripod. Use custom settings; macro, tungsten white balance, auto ASA, center weighted focus. I also shoot very large file photos and then reduce them for uploading to keep lots of detail.
I use tungsten hot lights with lots of bounce and diffusion. While lighting the set up, I output the image from the camera to a 8" color monitor so I can see what I'm doing.
:smt023 One thing Catman you are the MAN!! :smt023 Yea when it comes to taking pictures of your fantastic collection of guns. Keep them coming.:watching:
Model 1917 in .45 ACP