Peter Ruckman claimed that "by 1852 every edition of the King James Bible on the market was the AV of 1611 as to the Greek New Testament it came from, and as to the English translation of that eclectic text. There are no insertions of ASV or NASV readings, or RSV, or NRSV readings anywhere in any edition. The readings that are exclusively 'Alexandrian' do no appear in any edition" (DIFFERENCES IN KJV EDITIONS, pp. 3-4). Are these claims or statements by Peter Ruckman true or false? Have KJV-only authors such as Ruckman examined all editions of the KJV printed before 1852? Visit this topic later to learn about an edition of the KJV published before 1852 that shows that Ruckman's claims are incorrect.