What a great guy. Jim was at the range every day. Didn't need to be shooting necessarily, just sitting around with his pipe lit up and watching the action was good for him. But man, could he break the long shots!
If I recall, he had a little trouble with his reloader. We would be sitting and waiting to shoot and we would hear a blooper go off, and we would look at each other and say,"Jim must be shooting again".
We need Jim to come back and tell us whether they use 7 1/2's or 8's in that big trap range in the sky.