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June 17, 2009 |
In: Photography, Tech
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We found these photos on a foreign website with no source to the photographer. If you know who took these photos, please email us at thechiverules[at]gmail[dot]com.
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Beautiful…just beautiful. I'd love to own/work with some of those.
this is a sick album this should be a weekly post. Hump Day, Mind the Gap, GUNS!
None of those look real…think they are all CG.
These are no photos
some German,,,,,,,some Russian,,,,,,,,,,, usual american stuff,,,,,,,,,,,, some I never saw before,,,,,,,thanks
“We found these photos on a foreign website with no source to the photographer. If you know who took these photos, please email. . . . . ”
Of course you cant find the photographer. those are not real photographs *facepalm they are all done in CG
Way to go dumbass
These are real guns. Like the 1911A1 .45 Cal. It was developed in the early 1900′s for the US military. It replaced the .38 Cal. It was in service with the US military in various form until the mid 1990′s.
Then you’ve got a couple of Mauser C96 pistol. Then there’s the Luger.
Photo’s 6,8,9, and 10 are all Smith and Wessons. I own 3 of the 4 same models. The third Picture is a Walther PPK. #15 is shopped. No such maker as Bluemoon, except for the beer. The last picture is CG. You can tell, because there is no engraving on the slide which is where the mfg puts the model number and their name. The others I have seen different variations, and I have a WWII Luger like the first picture.
i got to say this is the worst gallery in the whole site111111!111
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