If you are using the default Windows background, then you can simply double click the image to free it as a JPEG. You then have to manually click on the image and select “Clean in-game image”. You can also use the Windows Task Manager to check that the image has been cleaned up before you press OK or Cancel to free it.If you wish to clean up an image in another program, you can click the file to open it, then click “Clean in-game image” to clean it and save it to the clean-image folder. After, you need to manually click on “Clean in-game image” and then “Copy file to PC”. Then, make sure both files are saved to the same C: drive in your computer, then click OK to copy them, then open Photoshop. Then click “Clean in-game image” to free it, and then click OK to save it as a new JPEG.
What happened to the man whose image now adorns the cover of the National Rifle Association’s gun control booklet? Who died last week in an accident involving a gun? No one knows. Neither the NRA nor the law enforcement authorities have any idea of who he really was, and no one knows what kind of gun he used to shoot himself. He appears to have had several types of guns.
His gun was an S&W .40-caliber Colt .40-caliber S&W Smith & Wesson handgun, reported to be in a box that was sitting on a table. According to his father, he owned six of the guns: two Glock pistols, S&W .40-caliber, S&W .45-caliber and S&W .45-caliber revolvers, S&W .45-caliber semi-autos purchased at pawn shops in California and South Dakota; S&W 9-mm automatic pistols bought at gun shows in New Hampshire; and various handguns from various dealers, including a Sig Sauer handgun that turned up in Washington.
Police said the gun that killed his son was stolen from a gun shop in Florida.
The father, who is not named because the name of the gun-control booklet has not been released with the coroner’s report, said his son “was not a bad guy. We knew him as a good guy, and he didn’t have any bad blood with anybody. … If [the victim] didn’t have those [six guns], he couldn’t have done what he did. He didn’t have the ammunition.”