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The Making of a Firearm Video

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Hrfunk
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The Making of a Firearm Video

Post by Hrfunk » Sat Jan 11, 2020 9:07 am

In case you ever wondered what goes into these videos.....

Howard

https://youtu.be/yjFaIemlR8I
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Re: The Making of a Firearm Video

Post by PT7 » Sat Jan 11, 2020 10:44 am

Howard,

I have a very small sense of how challenging your "one-man show" is to create whenever I attempt to post a Range Report on the HRF. It does take some time and work to do that, especially that I'm using an outdated 35mm camera, and forum software that I may not fully understand or am able to handle well. However, there are a number of Henry Forum members whose Range Reports are very well done and enjoyable to view. I'd surmise those would take even more work/time than mine do.

I did notice one element of your production which is not yours. When are you going to play the piano for us?!? ;)

Easy to see that you're a determined worker (as you noted, Marine-trained). Thanks for the tour on how you pull your videos all together.

PT7
Hrfunk wrote:
Sat Jan 11, 2020 9:07 am
In case you ever wondered what goes into these videos.....

Howard

https://youtu.be/yjFaIemlR8I
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Re: The Making of a Firearm Video

Post by Hrfunk » Sat Jan 11, 2020 12:11 pm

PT7 wrote:
Sat Jan 11, 2020 10:44 am
Howard,

I have a very small sense of how challenging your "one-man show" is to create whenever I attempt to post a Range Report on the HRF. It does take some time and work to do that, especially that I'm using an outdated 35mm camera, and forum software that I may not fully understand or am able to handle well. However, there are a number of Henry Forum members whose Range Reports are very well done and enjoyable to view. I'd surmise those would take even more work/time than mine do.

I did notice one element of your production which is not yours. When are you going to play the piano for us?!? ;)

Easy to see that you're a determined worker (as you noted, Marine-trained). Thanks for the tour on how you pull your videos all together.

PT7
Hrfunk wrote:
Sat Jan 11, 2020 9:07 am
In case you ever wondered what goes into these videos.....

Howard

https://youtu.be/yjFaIemlR8I
Piano? I might still be able to play chopsticks.

Howard
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