A big advantage of working with competent models is that they can be asked to do a task instead of being directed, minute degree at a time, into a position which mimics doing the task. For example: “Please point the rifle towards the main light, turret stance” is a perfectly comprehensible request to such a model, and I don’t have to worry about the safety selector being in the wrong position, or stance not being balanced.
So, when I pick a pistol and the model recognizes it as the kind she carries back home, that makes for a more productive photo shoot.
Glock 42 with Viridian Reactor laser. The holster turns the laser on upon the draw and turns it off on re-insertion. The laser can also be activated manually.
The laser trace would look like this once the first shot is fired and the air is full of smoke. The stance illustrates one of the advantages of laser sighting: the ability to use a compressed hold to maneuver in confined spaces.
PS: The images represent a sudden defensive use, hence no safety glasses or ear plugs. Don’t shoot without those unless your life is in so much danger, that smaller risks become irrelevant.
One question remains – why is this tagged.. “Asian”?
Duh; the pony-tailer she’s wearing at the end of her hair braid was made in China.
She’s a Filipina who grew up in Japan.
Doesn’t look Filipino. Would not look out of place in Silesia, except for the clothing.
Half-Filipino by any chance?
Yes, half. The hair color isn’t natural though.
Obviously. Natural blondes ..well, they usually are beyond pale. Blue bloods, the lot of them.
BTW is it really the case that some people naturally have fair hair and dark eyebrows? Hair and beard coloration differs, this I know, but can hair and eyebrow differ?