Wikipedia:Peer review/Kammerlader/archive1

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I've written this article on the Norwegian Kammerladers (breech loading rifles for black powder and caps) from the bottom up, and are quite pleased with it despite the lack of good sources for information. I feel that some fresh eyes are needed at this stage to improve the article further. WegianWarrior 8 July 2005 09:07 (UTC)

  • Thanks. I think it needs a careful review for both syntax and spelling. Here are a few of the spelling errors: introdused, Achiving, thight, amouth (twice) and successfull. "The Kammerlader - chamber loader - is the first Norwegian breech loaders" could be written "The Kammerlader, or chamber loader, was the first Norwegian breech loader". "There was two designs" could be "There were two designs", &c. — RJH 15:53, 11 July 2005 (UTC)
I've done my best - perhaps someone with a steadier grasp of (british) english grammar could give it a look over and make sure? WegianWarrior 06:11, 12 July 2005 (UTC)

I have copy edited for spelling and grammar. Please wikilink "Ferguson and Hall"? Who decided to convert to rim fire in 1867? Can Landmark, Lund, Crause and Francotte be wikified? —Theo (Talk) 00:10, 26 July 2005 (UTC)

I've wikilinked (and started the articles on) the various items you mentioned. Also clarified who decided to convert the arms to rim fire. And thanks for the copy edit =) WegianWarrior 07:12, 26 July 2005 (UTC)