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Thinking of selling this rifle. It is in like new condition, it has the premium maple stock what do you think it would be worth?
 

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800 or so. Any pictures?
Funny thing about those guns. When I picked them up off the rack they felt heavy. I know. Hawken style guns ARE heavy. But I ended up building my own from a blank.
 

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it is heavy but I can hold steady when I aim it. I can send pics via text message.
 

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If you can send pictures in a text message, you should be able to put them into a post on the forum.

Try using the Copy and Paste method by copying it into the tempo memory and then use the paste feature to paste it into your post.
 

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If you can send pictures in a text message, you should be able to put them into a post on the forum.

Try using the Copy and Paste method by copying it into the tempo memory and then use the paste feature to paste it into your post.
I find that if I copy and paste from my Google Photos it doesn't work but if I download those photos to my hard drive, copy and paste from my computer it works fine.
 

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Not real computer savvy, how do I get them from phone to computer?
 

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Not real computer savvy, how do I get them from phone to computer?
What brand phone and what is the operating system on your computer? There are a couple of ways to transfer.
 

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Your iPhone charging cord has a small end that plugs into the phone and it should have a larger USB end that plugs into the charger. That USB end can be plugged into one of your computer's USB ports and the transfer should be simple with existing Windows software that should come up automatically when connected to the phone with the phone turned on. You just have to tell it to save the images in your "Pictures" folder.
 

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Your iPhone charging cord has a small end that plugs into the phone and it should have a larger USB end that plugs into the charger. That USB end can be plugged into one of your computer's USB ports and the transfer should be simple with existing Windows software that should come up automatically when connected to the phone with the phone turned on.
You can also download and install iTunes from the Microsoft Store, set it up on your computer and the images most likely transfer via wifi. I'm assuming your Windows is Windows 10, right?
 

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ok got them into computer and copied them but don't see how to paste in post.
 
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ok got them into computer and copied them but dont see hoe to paste in post
Okay, across the top of the "Reply" box you see a series of symbols, letters, etc. The small rectangular box next to the chain link is what you want. Click on it then click on "Drop Image", select the photos from where you saved them on your computer and double click on the photo (Image) you want to insert.
 
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