In a message dated 1/3/2003 6:48:31 PM Pacific Standard Time,
<< Jack C I really want you to pop in about this subject.
We all have heard that a teardrop shape is "sapposed" to be the most
areodynamic shape. Even thinking about one of those rainbow trout. No Keit >>
OK! There is no right shape or wrong shape! Just the courage do something,
and and being able to change it next time! My ideas come from experience,
philosophy, observation, cost, ability and above all, a racing association
that allows a certain amount of creativity! You can justify a fishes shape
for what it is intended for. and a 30'06 for its intended purpose! Identify
your purpose and your combination and do something, it will never be all
right or all wrong! JACK
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