received a disturbing phone call from one of my customers just the other day.
It seems that after reading some of my writing regarding one of our "test
guns" he decided to purchase the identical gun. According to this phone
call, the gun that he received did not shoot as accurately nor did it generate
the same velocities as our test gun. Somehow he felt that this was my fault.
He felt that my writings had mislead him as to the accuracy and the performance
of this gun. Although I did not build the gun, sell the gun or even see the
gun, he felt that it was my responsibility that his new gun did not perform
as well as he expected.
Throughout our website I make references to Knight, Traditions, CVA, Cabela's, T/C and Kahnke rifles. I report what results we have achieved with our guns. I do not endorse and am not affiliated with any of the above gun makers.
I believe that every gun is unique unto itself. Just because our test gun shoots accurately is not to say that the very next gun off the assembly line will shoot as accurately. But on the other hand, it may shoot even better.
"You manufacture such a wide range of bullet
weights for use in my .50 caliber muzzleloader..."
"What does the word "CUSTOM" in the name PRECISION..."
"UL1 easy loading conicals...fear they will dislodge..."
"Colorado hunting regulations...the "two caliber bullet length" mean..."
"I am interested in shooting 300-350 grain saboted bullets out of my 1-48" twist..."
"What loading / shooting process do you use to attain the accuracy..."
"What is with sabot fit...effect on velocity...accuracy"
"Pellets vs Loose powder"
"What are the technical advantages of the Polymer Tip of the QT bullets?"
"What is the best way to clean my gun?"
"Encore 209 x 50 ... Day 1 & Day 2 & Day 3" New info update March 5th, 2002
"Our first brochure. Keith Nose HP .44 test results"
"Believe nothing of what you read"
Triple Seven Powder - testing and data
March 5th 2002