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Old May 25, 2011, 09:32 AM   #11
Join Date: February 11, 2011
Location: Ozarks
Posts: 88
I don't know...there are some similarities between Jim's work and Skeeter's work (because they are both talking about how to check out a revolver), but I don't see the two documents as matching so closely that Skeeter would get credited in Jim's "Revolver Checkout." Skeeter makes no mention of putting the gun in full lock-up, for example (hammer dropped while trigger still held back), which has been of inestimable help to me when looking at used revolvers for sale. Overall, since Jim has developed his own material, and especially because he never even saw Skeeter's work beforehand, he would be under no legal or moral obligation to mention its existence. Skeeter did a nice, concise job of covering the topic, but what Jim has given us is the kind of gun knowledge that can be passed on to our children.
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