Jim Tassey, BSME
I tend to get a bit passionate about generating an understanding of a need and helping to develop an appreciation for the results of an investment. Sound is part of it, but if the ability of the customer to appreciate the system is not established, then all we have done is contracted with a robot. And, as cool as robots are, they make lousy and silly conversation buddies.
|I would recommend going to a lot of different “type” places (stone, drywall, carpeted/upholstered) and listening for directionality||Learn how to use hand tools prior to turning on the power tools||FNH firearms, Long gun or pistols|
|I would recommend not always thinking “reverb” is the problem, quite often reflections cause more issues||Always sand to at least 400 grit prior to applying any type of finish||Practice at 100 yards, but setting sites for 50 yards, while ensuring you know what the hold-over/under is for 25 yards|
|I would recommend getting used to “dry” before making “wet.” it can always be made wet-er, dryer depends on the environment||I recommend “Titebond II” white glue over Elmers,||Spend more time practicing with your pistol than with your long gun|