I've been trying to learn how to take good pictures. It's hard, I don't have a real professional set up. I was using a Canon Rebel T3i with a tripod, a lamp reflecting off the ceiling and some different backgrounds. I realized I should've cleaned the black background because all the cat and dog hair can be seen.
Anyways, constructive criticism is appreciated.
Manhattan Firearms .36 cal pistol. This was made in 1862 and has been in my family for probably 100 years. It was a sidearm for a family member who was a police officer in Wisconsin:
My Ruger 10/22 suppressed SBR. I call it my 'zombie gun'. I made the stock myself by butchering a factory stock, adding the pistol grip and AK underfolding stock:
1944 Remington Rand M1911A1:
1943 Remington M1903A4:
M1928A1 Auto Ordnance Thompson SMG:
*added info... hmm some of these seem to be a lot darker then they were on my computer since I uploaded them to photobucket. Odd?
Edited by Kilroy, 29 January 2015 - 03:39 PM.