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    I received my Steve Earle scope mount adapter, it is a fine piece of tooling and well worth the price. I chose the aluminum and it is feather light. Also took more pics of the barrel markings. The history of the barrel is of some interest to me and all observations are welcome. Looking forward to hitting the range with the proper length cases, stop ring bullets and a STS 20x mounted.
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    Last edited by Pentz; 02-28-2016 at 04:12 AM.

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    A very nice rifle. I am sure most readers were amazed at the great photographic skills you have developed to show in great detail and clarity all of the markings on this rifle. I would think that a small article on your techniques would be very helpful to any of our readers that wish to post pictures of their rifles.
    Peter K

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    I 2nd that idea.
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter K View Post
    A very nice rifle. I am sure most readers were amazed at the great photographic skills you have developed to show in great detail and clarity all of the markings on this rifle. I would think that a small article on your techniques would be very helpful to any of our readers that wish to post pictures of their rifles.
    Peter K
    Pshaw...unlike the old days with my SLR and macro lens, today I gratefully use my Samsung S4. Instant feedback, any good android will do. The trick is to use a good light, and neutral background so that the lens will focus on the subject and not the background. Editing programs are available on any laptop to provide the appropriate resizing and highlighting. Wish I could make it more complicated but after some practice it becomes dead nutz easy, just like the path to Carnegie Hall ;-)

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