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    Yes they did, and even scarcer was the .41 mag.
    Wow...never heard of that one. I'll bet its a high dollar piece now...


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    Quote Originally Posted by 4my son
    They might have made some questions worth more than others, Easy worth less
    Hard worth more.

    Just a thought.

    I got a 75, same as a couple of others.
    They could have done that, but could they then provide a score that is expressed as a percentage of right answers. The score page indicates that you scored 75%. If the answers are weighted then you would have a numerical score not a percentage score. The score would have been expressed as a number like 75 points. The score derived by adding up all the values of the right answers you gave or by subtracting the value of the answers you missed from 100. Either way to give a score that is expressed in percentage and not explain that there are variable worths to the questions is misleading at the least.
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    I got a very low score
    i do not know a thing about various foreign made military rifles. and who knew glocks had so many parts?- they look like one big part!
    why don't they ask questions about 19th century English shotguns?? Now that I know something about. What sort of action in a Dickson, and what is its continental designation? What are detonators? Why do LC Smith collectors buy a curious looking hand tool? Who made the aluminum cased 14 gauge shotshells, and what gun are they made for? But no, they didnt ask any of that sort of thing.
    Yuck.
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