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Old 10-31-2005, 11:42 AM
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In a situation like this I would let him use what he is best suited for and use too.

If you force PPG or something else on him any mistake will be your fault!

Make sure he does use the top line of S&W and not the lower end lines (western or one of their other low ends) if he does that, the job will last as all the top brands are great for longevity.
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