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4 years 2 weeks ago, 7:46 PM

HampsterW

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My wife and I (kids included) are going to the museum on Saturday, I will take the Sony (camera) with, and post some pictures for my Gunslot bud's! I hope to 'hit' the airforce museum up at Hill AFB as well. Ogden is a fair drive from Salt lake so we might as well make a day of it, I will try and polish up on my photog skills, so not as to offend the camera snobs amongst us (you know who you are)........LOL!

Anywho, I will do my best to document the experience as best I can for all of you "unfortunate souls" that don't live in Browning country (joking, mellow out!!!!) All of you guys can contribute to this thread, something historical has happened everywhere in the United States at one time or another, no matter how small, get out of the house, take a picture and post it......

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4 years 2 weeks ago, 8:26 PM

OozeRat

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Still plannin going up to Ogden? Me and a friend are going to hit the range, hopefully. Do you reload 9mm? I'd be happy to save my brass for you if you want it. As far as Photog skills go, if your camera has an automatic or "idiot" mode as I call it, use that. I've taken 2 photo classes and my best pics still come from the automatic setting.

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