Do the real hardliners read anything else than the KJV 1611?
it's very similar in Germany, most people traditionally read the Luther bible which might be the equivalent of the KJV, the Darby translation (Elberfelder) is also widespread and favoured, even among hardliners. There are some modern, very unliteral translations (I think with evangelical background) which are even worse than the traditional translations like Luther, Darby.
Would be interesting what the KJV hardliners say about the Darby translation - Darby was also a hardliner, convinced of everlasting punishment in hell.
In Germany nobody claims a translation is inerrant, though some 7th Day Adventists prefer Luther 1545 cause it has Sabbath instead of first day of the week, eg. in Acts 20:7.
I think there is a bit controversy about the textus receptus in Germany but not so extreme as it seems to me in America, the 7th Day Adventist Walther J. Veith defends the textus receptus very much but he is a believer in annihilation.
the most ridicilious thing is, that while some criticize that there is no longer translated with hell in the Old Testament at all, some criticize the translation of sheol with hell cause it can imply people are delivered from hell
e.g. 1 Samuel 2:6 The Lord killeth and maketh alive, he bringeth down to hell, and bringeth back again.
also Jona 2 and some Psalms where people are delivered from "hell".