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Posted: 7/13/2003 4:37:53 PM EDT
Where can I find instructions to post photos on the AR -15 forum boards?
Link Posted: 7/13/2003 6:01:53 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/13/2003 6:05:25 PM EDT by nfa-user]
When you are replying, there will be 3 click boxes; Board Code, Icon Legend, and Anim Legend. Hit the Board Code, go down about half way and it will tell you about Images. Just follow what it says.
Link Posted: 7/14/2003 12:29:13 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/14/2003 12:32:18 AM EDT by Gunslinger808]
Since you are not a AR15 team member you will have to get a host website for your photos.
If you have one, pull up the photo, right click on photo, left click on proerties, highlight properties, copy, open/come back to the reply box or new topic, and paste in the box.
For an image to appear you must use the HTML code bracket.
Should look like this:

Use the quote button by my post to see the HTML code

Good Luck!
Link Posted: 7/14/2003 6:04:34 AM EDT
Thanks guys! I'll sit down tonight and figure it out.
I've got a few pictures you might like.
Link Posted: 7/14/2003 11:26:05 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/16/2003 7:07:06 PM EDT by Doink]

Link Posted: 7/14/2003 12:57:37 PM EDT

Just substitute () these for these [] and to post pics.


Nice handguards!! Do you do alot of carbon fiber work?
Link Posted: 7/14/2003 12:58:24 PM EDT
Also go in with a photo editing program and downsize the dimensions of the photos a bit to scale them down a bit.
Link Posted: 7/14/2003 7:59:15 PM EDT
More details on the hot looking ARs
Link Posted: 7/14/2003 10:52:26 PM EDT
TRIGGER FINGER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
Link Posted: 7/15/2003 1:49:14 AM EDT

The A2 is an Oly PCR. Great rifle right out of the box, less the lame Oly hand guards that melted.

The Flat Top is an ASA, with an Oly barrel and brake, and a Rock River Arms match trigger. The scope nonsense should have been redacted. There is nothing "tactical" here.
I'm building a new upper for it. Wait till you see this...No, it is not going to be "off the shelf" as I have little or no interest in such.

The "Swartzkoff" is an SP1. I purchased a set of Cav furniture for it, and hand painted the cammo, so as not to molest any of the original SP1 components. I have the original 20" triangle guard upper, stock and grip as well, but the upper shown is surplus M-16 from Sarco, and a Bushmaster 16" "pencil" barrel, gas block, and guard set. Color match is dead nuts. I was very pleased.

All three guns get fired relentlessly and sing like birds. Not even Wolf can jam 'em up. The shiny ones are the easiest guns to keep clean I've ever owned.

Hope you like 'em... even though they aren't done yet.

Link Posted: 7/16/2003 5:48:14 AM EDT
Nice mullet!


You are also not allowed to use the word ASA in any of your posts here. No need to give those a$$holes any credit.
Link Posted: 7/17/2003 8:23:56 AM EDT
The bling-bling rifle brings up an interesting question. How well will the aluminum receiver hold up without the hardcoat anodizing? I'm guessing that all the finish was blasted off and then it was polished. Is this correct? Is the receiver showing wear from the carrier?
Link Posted: 7/17/2003 7:56:28 PM EDT
No. Only the outside is polished for that very reason. One does not have to blast first. A good pro polisher can remove any coating in the first phase.
Ya gotta have a sense of humor about the polishing. The wheels are big and the polish job will not be perfect. Edges will get rounded and the open flat areas will not be flat. It will show dirt scratches. So what?
You will never again be forced to re-finish it if it gets tore up. You can touch it up with a dremel, rouge, and a tiny wheel if ya can't stand it.
Cost: $75-$100 @ any nearby "Polishing Shop"
Link Posted: 7/17/2003 8:35:45 PM EDT
OK, that makes sense.
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