Re: Henson Aluminum Tipped Bullet Testing
Thanks for your offer.... However, RG will have to delcine for three general reasons
--First, we think that it would not be fair to you, Berger bullets nor Henson Bullets to join the three together through a common thread without a business agreement between the three companies.
--Secondly, we do not feel that your attention to detail is keen enough to provide us with data that would be useful at this phase of bullet develpment.
--Thirdly, we do not feel that you would work well in an environment that is demanding.... Since you would be working directly for me, that would not be a good fit.... Specifically, your skin is not thick enough to work with me..... Remember I am the nice one of the duo.
Finally, I need to clear up something for you. It was NOT your body of work nor was it Noel Carlson's body of work in this that attracted the attention of the EU company. Specifically, it was the loud and continuous protesting by two competing companies that got their attention. If you and Noel had not been so staunch in your approach to the data gathered by myself and others, this would not have been any interest to them....
In short your negativity is what piqued thier interest. "Me thinks you protest too loudly"
The last item on the agenda here is to let you know that the data that you have gleened so far has been known for over a year by us..... We knew through actual testing where these bullets stood in relationship to the other premier .338 bullets.... After all, we maintain an inventory of Sierra 300 SMKs to use as our control and comparison product.
You have an email coming to you that breaks the above down into finer detail for your consideration and application..... There is not any charge for your personnel evaluation and your process evaluation..... I just hope you can apply it and get some benefit from it.
James (for RG Henson)