In fact, the development of the ideas and techniques presented in this article are based in part upon books and articles written by other shooters, and from conversations with experienced casters.
One article in particular, written by Lee Shaver and published in the April 1997 issue of Single Shot Exchange entitled Casting Perfect Bullets, was instrumental in changing the way I cast.
A Male Call correspondent calls it “conveyor belt dating.” Lots and lots of choices coming down the line; be it a Meet Up or an Internet dating site, but none of them just right.
The production company that once shackled potential love interests together with chains is now plopping them on a conveyor belt.
ABC’s “Conveyor Belt of Love” isn’t a punchline but a real special from Endemol USA, which earlier this decade came up with the infamous reality skein “Chains of Love.” “Conveyor Belt” will see 30 men rotate on a conveyor belt in front of five women.
The three Classic Compendiums offered by The Single Shot Exchange contain many wonderful articles that have appeared in print dating as far back as the late 1800s.
Some of the best books that I have found about casting are two by Paul Matthews entitled Cast Bullets for the Black Powder Cartridge Rifle and Casting Premium Bullets for the Black Powder Cartridge Rifle.
The main cast of the films was largely reunited, bar the late Jim Varney and Joe Ranft.