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Keep me posted, and say "hello" to Hamilton for me. Your review on the Remington RM was extremely accurate and conformed to my experience.
Furthermore, in the past I had a question about a safety issue in relation to a firearm which you responded to immediately via email.
I rarely even consult other sites! It is a long time coming, and sales should go through the roof. As stated, disassembly writing a colleagues feedback the older models is a pita, and unless you did it on a regular basis, is frustrating, curse inducing, and time consuming.
At my place, I had to announce in advance the time of disassembly. At that time, momma left to go shopping, the dog had to be let out, and the cats hid under the bed.
This is no longer the case. Great article describing the approach Ruger should have taken years ago. Thanks, Paul October 5, hey Jeff. I just want to thank you for all of gun reviews that you have done over the years.
I love the easy takedown who doesn't? I never thought we'd see the day where Ruger would get rid of the loaded chamber indicator and key lock on their classic Mark series of pistols, but that day has arrived. It looks like a classic Ruger again without those stupid features.
You also suggested purchasing the Galco Avenger holster. I purchased both of them and couldn't be more happier. If you never used or tested it, upon what have you based your strong and negative opinion? I'm really disappointed that you seem to have made a recommendation against steel cased ammo without having any first hand experience that you could use to justify your position.
Well, I guess you can say whatever opinion you want without evidence because your website is your soapbox. I bought a couple hundred rounds of Tula.
And do you know what I think about that cheap steel cased ammo? I have read but not tested myself that the steel used in these cases is soft steel, and is only slightly harder than brass cases.
Will my Axis prove to be so wimpy as to be damaged by Tula or Wolf cheap stuff? My research on I-net and YouTube indicates no rifle damage, but perhaps a little less accuracy out there past yards.
But on the other hand, I can shoot 4 times with the cheap stuff for every 1 shot with the premium bullet. I think it'd be more fun to shoot the 4 cheap bullets. I won't bother to tell you if the Tula shoots far and accurate cause you wouldn't change your opinion anyway.
Not through my guns, but through others, like test guns. I never stated that it would not fire nor that it was inaccurate. You made that up in your head.
I do not use it in MY rifles because it leaves a lacquer residue in the chambers.Giving feedback, whether good or bad, can be challenging. To help you out, we put together 10 real-life examples of effective employee feedback and our best tips for making feedback more impactful. John Smith Your feedback report and personal development plan June Your results Pages Your personal development plan Pages Appendix: Detailed results Pages How to Give Effective Feedback to Your Colleagues.
Posted February 28, LifeLabs Learning suggests getting a “micro-yes” before actually offering feedback to a colleague. That idea comes from Tania’s background on researching surprise and uncertainty. A few months ago I was asked by a friend for feedback on an article she was submitting to a major publication.
My friend has a much fancier writing resume than I do. Cut the fat Don’t “use three words when one would do,” says Blackburn. Read your writing through critical eyes, and make sure that each word works toward your larger point.
These tips, adapted from suggestions provided in Richard L. Daft and Dorothy Marcic’s Building Management Skills: An Action-First Approach, can help you provide effective feedback to mentees, direct reports—and perhaps colleagues—in a clear, cogent, and respectful manner.