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Re: Edit/Approval - Cold Steel Mini Hunter - Alex Legg

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  • alex
    Hi Richard, Thank you for getting to my edits so quickly! It looks like I m going to be snowed in for a day or two, so maybe I can get another report written!
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 15, 2013
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      Hi Richard,

      Thank you for getting to my edits so quickly! It looks like I'm going to be snowed in for a day or two, so maybe I can get another report written! I have made the corrections you suggested and uploaded to the BGT site. Thanks again!

      -Alex Legg

      --- In BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com, "richardglyon@..." <montana.angler@...> wrote:
      >
      > Alex,
      >
      > Excellent OR on what sounds like quite a knife. A few edits, in the customary EDIT/Edit/Comment format. After revising you may upload to http://tinyurl.com/budogkt
      >
      > Keep the ORs coming!
      >
      > Cheers, Richard
      >
      > ### Shoe Size: 13 Mens ###
      > EDIT: Not needed for a Review of a knife. Please delete.
      >
      > ### Manufacturer: Cold Steel Inc. ###
      > EDIT: Cold Steel, Inc. [With a comma – need to match correct legal name exactly]
      >
      > ###URL: www.colsteel.com ###
      > EDIT: www.coldsteel.com [spelling]
      >
      > ### The sheath is made from Cold Steel's Secure-Ex material that will not mildew or
      > rot. ###
      > EDIT: that Cold Steel says will not mildew or rot [otherwise it's projection]
      >
      > ### The handle locks into place holding the knife in so secure that
      > I cannot shake it out, yet it releases into my hand with great ease.. ###
      > EDIT: so securely [adverb modifying "holding"]
      > EDIT: Delete the extra period at the end of the sentence.
      >
      > ### The mini hunter has also been with me on numerous excursions in the Sonoran
      > desert around Tucson. ###
      > EDIT: Mini Hunter [With initial caps. That's how Cold Steel refers to it. Here and one other place in your OR.]
      >
      > ### The elevation ranged from 6,500 ft to over 12,000 ft (1,981 m to over 3,658 m).###
      > Edit: Style point, so up to you, but when you use an approximate Imperial measurement, consider rounding off the metric too. I'd use 2000 to 3650 m.]
      >
      > ### The blade has remained sharp after cutting through sticks, shrubs, electrical
      > wire, sheet rock, and various types of cordage. ###
      > Edit/Comment: Have you ever sharpened the blade? Whether yes or no, that would be of interest to your readers. Consider adding a sentence or two on that subject.
      >
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