THE KJV CAN BE IMPROVED!
Sometimes being "valiant for Truth" can be a lonely and difficult road, and now, in the time of the Apostasy, things will be and are no different. If you want to do something as simple as defending the bible, in an obvious and common sense fashion, you will be attacked from both sides! On the one side you will be attacked by those using false modern versions that have huge numbers of scriptures that plainly are scripures totally missing, and that also change the text hundreds in fact thousands of times also. But on the other hand, if you say the KJV can be improved, you will also be attacked and very heavily criticized by the "KJV only fanatics" who insist that such absurd statements as "The KJV is on the same level of inspiration as the inspired Greek" which planly is simply NOT true. In fact, get ready to be persecuted for the true Faith, because the KJV only fanatics will practically brand you an heretic for suggesting the KJV can be improved. Here I will give some reasons why.
The number of the beast, according to the original Greek, is 666. This number is represented by 3 and only 3 letters of the Greek alphabet, vut the text says also "his number is..... 666" so it refers to the number. However the KJV adds something to the interpretation of the Greek that simply is not there, it says THREE SCORE, or three twenties. We all know if you add three twenties together it makes 60, but this reference to three twenties simply IS NOT IN THE KJV GREEK.
In this photo of Revelation 13:18 from the KJV interlinear online, you will see that the original KJV Textus Receptus type Greek has simply 3 Greek letters for 666, with no reference to "three twenties".
In the KJV the word sixty DOES appear, for instance in the verse
"King James Bible
And all the oxen for the sacrifice of the peace offerings were twenty and four bullocks, the rams sixty, the he goats sixty, the lambs of the first year sixty. This was the dedication of the altar, after that it was anointed." Numbers 7:88. So then, this is not a case that "400 years ago people never used the word sixty". It simply is less accurate.