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I'm itching to post some pics of my new Navy pistols, and wouldn't ya know it....can't make it work.

 

(All fixed - scroll down to # 15 - thank you, Hardpan!!)

 

I followed the direction from the prior posts re the IMG link on Photobucket; the IMG box even says "Copied" when I click on it. But when I go to my draft post and right click, and then hit "paste" in the drop down, NOTHING.

 

Am I doing something wrong? Working in Windows 8 if that makes any difference.

 

Gracias.

 

LL

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Do this, Loophole....

 

[ img ] paste your picture here [ / img ]

 

with no spaces.... it oughtta work just fine! :)

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Do this, Loophole....

 

[ img ] paste your picture here [ / img ]

 

with no spaces.... it oughtta work just fine! :)

I have the same problem. Are you saying to actually type in the on both ends of the paste?

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paste your picture here = your image url

 

I know nothing about photobucket.

It seems they have buttons to click on to do things.

Then I see people complain that they don't work.

 

I just use the url and paste it in between the display img code I type in.

 

[ img ]url of my image[ /img]

 

tv_06_003.jpg

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I have found it won't ork on this tablet cmputer no matter what. I have to use the desk or laptop.

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I'm guessing you're using an iPad, UB, as I seem to have the same trouble, as well as being unable to view embedded You Tube videos.

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LL, delete that space before the http and it'll work...!

 

And they're gorgeous, by the way...! ^_^

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Okay...

 

That's mighty weird... I tried it and it didn't work either - but I can past the URL into a new tab and *Boing!* there they are! :huh:

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Well... yeah... and they're purty as can be!

 

Hmmm.... another test:

 

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It ain't workin' right.... but there ya go ~ and MAN but they're purty!!! :blush:

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They are purty!!

Be lots better when there's a big cloud of smoke attached to the left end.

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LL

 

was I , you , I would head to the nearest auto parts store and get some heavy fuel line to put over them when in use

 

and find the softest pure lead ball you can get

 

CB

OK, what is the fuel line for? He ain't gonna drive them down range.

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Yeah; I'll try them out, but I may be headed for a cylinder reloader.

 

LL

I use an 8" piece of household 1/2" copper pipe on my 1860 Army Sheriffs. Provides plenty of leverage without scratching anything. Doesn't really need to be that long, just makes it easy to grip.

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Of course not!!!

 

For that, I would need a 2 wood.......

 

LL

What is wrong with an 8 iron. No backbone?

 

 

OK, now I get it. Leverage.

If you had 8 inch barrels, like my 1858 Remmy, well, you would not need gas lines.

 

It generates enough sulphur gas on it's own.

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I use a 6" piece of period correct PVC pipe, about 5/8" diameter, from Home Depot as a rammer lever cheater on my short barrel guns. I cleverly disguised it by wrapping leather around it (don't tell anyone!) I figured the PVC would be less likely to ding the revolver if i got careless with it.

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