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as a follow up to the many posts related to the topic of how to deliver a pie to the stone, I wanted to post a few pictures of the plain dry peel method. It does take some practice but isn't at all difficult.
First off, this is a quick warm rise dough put together at about 10am & on the egg by 1pm, just flour, water, yeast & salt. A light dusting of bench flour down first, dough on & finger flattened, picked up to stretch & shake off any lose flour, then layed on the dry peel & topped. Give the peel a shake after the dough is first on to be sure there are no sticking points. Top it completely & give it another shake. Take it to the egg where a final shake will get it moving onto the stone quite easily.
The last 2 pictures are a different pie but I got the underneath shot at the end to show the dry stone: