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What to do when you are self-isolated with the dogs and wife in really, really rural Nevada?

Savage 10T-SR has earned the privilege of being rattle-canned since it has proven to be a 1/2moa laser beam. Used some local flora as a stencil to get the pattern.

Sent it off late last year to Pacific Tool & Gauge to replace the factory bottom metal so I can use AICS mags. Worthy upgrade.

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Came out pretty good for a low rent job using only a pocket knife, some frog tape, and Rustoleum camo spray paint.

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What to do when you are self-isolated with the dogs and wife in really, really rural Nevada?

Savage 10T-SR has earned the privilege of being rattle-canned since it has proven to be a 1/2moa laser beam. Used some local flora as a stencil to get the pattern.

Sent it off late last year to Pacific Tool & Gauge to replace the factory bottom metal so I can use AICS mags. Worthy upgrade.

Base color green
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Came out pretty good for a low rent job using only a pocket knife, some frog tape, and Rustoleum camo spray paint.


Looks great! I like how you left some large areas unpatterned. Good break up of the camo.

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Every damn time! It's like "oh, Token posted in the gun pics thread. Let's go see what awesome new gun he's got to make me feel poor ass hobo of a gun owner today!" :bigsmile:

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Fucking amazing gun and also photo skills.
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token3495 wrote:
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Every damn time! It's like "oh, Token posted in the gun pics thread. Let's go see what awesome new gun he's got to make me feel poor ass hobo of a gun owner today!" :bigsmile:


Right?

Props for the Photo, but let's see the groups it shot. :wink05:

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Sinus211 wrote:
Every damn time! It's like "oh, Token posted in the gun pics thread. Let's go see what awesome new gun he's got to make me feel poor ass hobo of a gun owner today!" :bigsmile:


The truth is that I only own one gun. I just use a ton of photoshop to make it look different each time. LOL

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Fucking amazing gun and also photo skills.
Damn!


Thanks man! I figured since I can't actually shoot them, I might as well learn how to photograph them.

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Props for the Photo, but let's see the groups it shot. :wink05:


Once I can actually go to the range, I'll be sure to post up the groups.


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Fucking amazing gun and also photo skills.
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Thanks man! I figured since I can't actually shoot them, I might as well learn how to photograph them.



There's money in that. I'd suggest looking into it.
Buddy of mine owns a car repair shop in Sweden.
Think he makes more photographing watches than he does repairing cars.

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