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The personal touch.

Having read Carson Lemmon's letter on the late John Wootters (August), I had to relate this story. I, too, still refer to my copy of "The Complete Book of Practical Reloading" that I purchased and read cover to cover in early 1977. At that time I noticed a reversed photograph and decided to try to call Mr. Wootters to report the error. Lo and behold! His phone number was listed in the Houston directory, and when I called, he answered. We had a short talk, and he thanked me for calling. I shall never forget the experience, nor his kindness.

--Bob Presley, Grass Valley, CA
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Title Annotation:LETTERS
Author:Presley, Bob
Publication:Guns & Ammo
Date:Nov 21, 2013
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