View Full Version : How do you add images?
Well, I don't see a way to post images. Does anyone know the secret password, handshake, or da Vinci code?
Wayne, its the same way as it used to be. I took mine from my phtobucket account with the copy and paste approach. You need to use the IMG code, not the direct link code. Hope this helps, Paul
Ohhhhh, that's a fine looking rifle!
Thanks, here are some more. Paul
Just testing ...
USN Distinguished Marksman No. O-067
http://i29.tinypic.com/2zin8de.jpg photo test 1941 Winchester
Glad to see the Culver's are back and the CP is open.
Here is the da Vinci code: URLaddress
Put your http://img.com/image number in between the .
Second rifle from the bottom. Interesting way the armorer installed the cheek pad. :D
I've tried to figure that out. Not for a left-hander. Maybe hanging upside down? Wouldn't you think that the other three would have offered a clue?
Maybe just because it was easy to hold the rifle dorsal/up?
Leather ties were rotten so all the cheekpieces are now off. Hadn't been drilled when mounted.
Greetings from sunny central California, BK
Bruce, where is that statue/monument, and what specifically does it commemorate?
Please and thank you........great photo by the way.
Thanks for asking about it. This monument in Clervaux, Luxembourg is a tribute to the GIs who fought to liberate Luxembourg during the Battle of the Bulge. Its plaque displays the badges of the 20 infantry and armored divisions which took part in the Luxembourg operation. Overall, the monument is beautiful and the M1 amazingly detailed. Clervaux was the site of one of many "Alamos" fought by the 28th ID in the early days of the Battle of the Bulge. As before the War, it's a cute little town and a great place to have a beer and hearty lunch (Hotel Central) on a snowy day. BK
Trying to post first photo on the new site. If it works, it is of my Var Garand.
Louis of PA
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