Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by inTempus, Jan 8, 2010.
Here's a shot of the US service pistol, the Beretta M9:
Great shot I really like the flag in the back ground. I have that exact pistol!
edit: what lens did you use?
Thanks. I used the 24-70 at f/13 to get the whole pistol in focus.
Excellent shot, I love seeing my issued sidearm is such nice lighting.
But dude, you really need a better holster for that thing.
It's the holster that came with it (one of 1,000 made) and the holster I served with. The pistol pictured is a limited run of "real" M9's sold to the public. It has all of the PM marks and serial numbers on just about every metal part including the hammer. The markings differ from the current crop of "M9's" being sold to the public which do not have the same military markings and PM's.
Perfect shot. Looks great.
Here's a final edit (different shot) and the studio setup.
Nice firearm and great shot. Did you think about blocking the serial # or you don't care. Not sure if its all that bad to show the number but I would be safe than sorry.
It's a government assembly number, not a serial number. The serial number is on the other side of the frame.
great shot! love the flag in the background
i'd love to toss some lead down range with one of those.
Awesome shot, but not a big fan of Berettas
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