He was one of the few gun writers who if, as time went by, needed to change his assertions and conclusions, would do so! That was one of the things about the man that impressed me most I think. He probably knew as much about guns/ammo/sights/ and hunting as any man who ever lived and yet, he was never a "know-it-all!" When changes in technology came, he reflected those changes in his writing, honestly and accurately. He had enormous knowledge and ability coupled with a small ego. To me, that says it all!
I started a letter to him back in the early 90's. Kept putting off finishing it---wanted to write the perfect letter I suppose. Then he died. That was an awful disappointment let me tell you. Still, the man's memory lives on. He left us a great deal to remember him by!---Mike
Giving is living and living is giving.