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  1. #11
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    Looks great! Who did the work?

  2. #12
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    A local gunsmith here in the Philippines did the work.

    Shot a few with it, still hits like a champ!

    7 yards standing

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    Icon17

    I really like the looks of that pistol. Would like to do mine the exact same way. Looks like it shoots about like mine too. I think I'll try and find a 'smith a little closer to home though to do my work. LOL

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    Great looking piece and great photography! What camera and lens combo did you use?

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    hi Flyfish, i used a canon 7d with a tamron 17-50 f2.8 with remote flashes

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    I shoot with a 7D as well. I need to check out that lens. Take more please. Great shots of great craftsmanship!

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    Icon17 Finaly

    New front sight, hard chromed the slide and parts. I forgot to send the slide stop.

  8. #18
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    Hanzo, that machine work on the pistol is great. And so is the photography.

    Would you please share your photo secrets? Camera? Lens? Lighting? And a good photography reference book!

    I have attempted to photograph details as you have, but with much less success.

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