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just wondering if anyone could tell me how to post pic's? and how to use a pic for my user name? i do have the pic's on my computer already, and need help from there. thanks

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I use photobucket.com for my pics. Just get an account and upload your pics to the site. Then you can copy the URL into the box where you type and it should come up.

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Go to the Photography/Photo Sharing in the Outdoor Activity Forum. The top topic will explain the whole process for you, read through the replies.

Hope that helps.

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both are correct mnhunter, just make sure the pictures are within forum policy. basically no carnage, keep the pics kid/family friendly.......can't wait to see em

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yeah, its real easy...i posted my first pics today.

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tried 6 time to upload pic's, wont work. i'm sure its easy once you get it but, think i'm goin fishin instead!

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Send me the pictures, I'll upload them for you.

I can't wait to see them too.....

My email is below.

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My super smart fiance figured it out for me. I was in the wrong file folder for pictures. [PoorWordUsage] it.

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Nice yotes, what is the setup you are using? (firearm that is) What scope is that?

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Nice Yote!

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weatherby vanguard synthetic, .243. nikon monarch 3-9 by 40 with the bdc circles. bought it last late winter and this yote is acually the first critter i killed with it, bout time :-). and the bipods are harris pivoting 13" - 27".

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nice looking rig, is that a bull barrel on that vanguard? looks like it in the picture. what kind of pill did you use to flatten that yote?

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no bull barrel. i do have a savage 22-250 synthetic/stainless that has the bull barrel though. i use federal power shok 80 gr. soft tip for the .243. cheapest i could find and still holds accuracy and does the job. alot smaller exit hole than the one i got last year with a 150gr. 30-06, (little over kill):-)

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