Some of them are answerable, and some are not. Just got this one;
“I am own this rifle which UltiMAK mount would I need for it?”
That’s it, exactly, in its entirety. Not to make fun of my customers- the point is, if you want the right answer, you must ask the right question. Another, very common one is; “Does your product fit my (XYZ) rifle?” OK, which product? I understand that you know which product you have in mind, but you have to actually tell me. This one happens several times a week; “I lost this little, specific part for this specific product. Could you send me another?” OK, an address would be nice, you know, for the postman, and all. I can’t remember the last time someone included an address when they wrote to ask for a part. I don’t believe it’s ever happened.
A local restaurant owner wanted to talk to me about how he could attract more business. When I went there to talk, I couldn’t find the door. The first door I tried was locked. If I hadn’t just talked with him and agreed to meet him there, I would have assumed the place was closed, and I’d have left. I told him he might want to put a sign out front, you know, indicating that a; there is a restaurant here, and that, b; this is the door to use to get into it. Lots of stuff like that. That was months ago. There is still no sign. He notices his restaurant, and he knows which door to use, but…