I went to the local BassPro shop last night, and found myself (as usual) in the hunting section looking at pistols and ammunition. The clerk and I began talking about ammunition, and he tried to sell me some Winchester ammunition.
Originally Posted by Archer0915
I told him that I normally use Remington ammo, but would consider switching brands if he could provide me with some peer-reviewed studies containing empirical evidence which could conclusively demonstrate his contention that Winchester ammunition is as good as Remington.
He came back with a sales brochure that showed the various powder loads, bullet weights, and bullet types, but I told him that the raw data was meaningless unless it had been properly reviewed, and shown to eliminate all the external variables.
He called me crazy, to which I responded that he was biased and unable to provide me with conclusive data, therefore his contention was unsubstantiated by any actual proof.
Guess I showed him, eh?
BTW - I didn't buy the Winchester ammo, I bought a box of Speer instead.
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