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WildBill wrote: MoJoeWrkn wrote:
Dagnabitblah wrote:I did notice your FAQ is verbatim from K&D Holsters on tight fit and pocket draw so you may want to change up the wording at least a bit so it isn't so obvious.
When Kevin at K&D retired he sold me most of his holster patterns, templates, and equipment. He is a really nice guy and was very helpful and showed me a lot. I did use a small part of his FAQ on holster fit, I changed it some but I guess not enough, I will work on that.
Thanks for your feedback.
If it's still valid advice and you bought his equipment, templates and patterns why change it?
I didn't realize K&D was done! If the patterns, equipment, etc was was purchased I see no need to change it. I've had co-workers with online businesses in the past who plagiarized copy and text from competitors and got busted for it so when someone asks for a review, I almost always head straight for the descriptions and FAQ page. In this case, no need!
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