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November 25th, 2007

Check Out our New FLASH VIDEO Archive

Check out our enhanced VIDEO VAULT. We have added streaming digital video in Flash Format. You’ll find a slick new Flash Player that lets you watch videos with just one click. There are over 35 Videos in the collection, and we’ll be adding new Videos every week. Flash Videos are highly compressed, so they stream in real time if you have a fast internet connection–no more waiting for long downloads. Flash Videos on YouTube

Using YouTube technology, we’ve built a playlist with lots of entertaining videos. And, we can add videos from our readers to our Video Vault. Just send your videos to Mailbox [at], or upload your videos directly to and email us the link.

Create Your Own Videos Easily
If you have a recent digital “point and shoot” camera, chances are you can shoot your own videos and add them to the site. It’s pretty simple. Select the “Video” setting, usually indicated by a movie camera icon on the mode dial or menu. Then depress your shutter release (just like taking a still picture) to start the video. Click the shutter release a second time to stop the video. You upload videos to your computer the same way you do for stills. Windows users can then use the FREE and easy Windows Movie Maker software to edit the video or add titles or soundtracks. Here are some resources that can help you make your own videos.

Canon Video-Capable Still Camera
An inexpensive digital still camera, such as this Canon A550 ($140.00), can take excellent video, complete with sound. Try it–you’ll get great results!

How to Take Video with Your Digital Still Camera
Note, this video tells you to upload your video to That’s not necessary. Just send your video to us (keep it under 6 megabytes), or upload directly to

How to Use Windows Movie Maker

Move-Maker Basics

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November 25th, 2007

Latest Edition of Gun Blue Book on Sale for $24.99

Every gun collector should have a copy of S.P. Fjestads’s Blue Book of Gun Values. MidwayUSA just knocked ten bucks off the latest, 28th edition of Fjestad’s definitive 2080-page book. Now through November 30th, you can get this major resource for $24.99 instead of $34.99. That’s a great savings, just in time for holiday gift-giving.

Considered the definitive authority by buyers, sellers, collectors and historians for establishing firearm values, the 28th Edition has been extensively revised for 2007. This amazing resource includes up-to-date pricing and technical info for more than 325,000 firearms, covering antiques, military, foreign, domestic and new 2007 makes and models. The lastest edition has a very useful 80-page color photo grading system. This 28th Edition continues the Blue Book’s reputation as most up-to-date and complete reference book for both modern and antique firearms.

Blue Book of Gun Values at MidwayUSA

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