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    Thanks to the OP for bird dogging this! I’ve been trying to get one for awhile now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greg86z28 View Post
    Spoke too soon. Box was waiting for me when I got home.

    Also, if anyone is interested too see what the book looks like, here are a few pictures:
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/6Jghg1a9Zr4HkiiQ6

    I felt like I bought it blindfolded because no one opens theirs.
    Copyright date?

    my 2010 edition has the same photo on the same page.

    I was thinking of buying the new edition IF there was a fundamental content difference which appears there not to be any

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    I just ordered one.

    Here is some interesting stuff about it..........

    https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/.../09/gray-room/

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    It says copyright 2010. It also says second edition 2020. I didn’t read the forward yet to see if it says anything specific about the 2nd edition. My guess is it’s exactly the same or they likely would have mentioned on the web store that the second edition has new material to entice existing owners to rebuy.

    It’s a neat book. I wish it had a little more detail about some of the product lines. There are like 15 USPS shown, I’d rather have 10, with maybe a half page of text talking about why the USP came to be and maybe the key successful features in addition to a few extra art-sy photos instead of just a bunch of left and right side shots.

    Either way pretty cool. Little pricey at 75+shipping but probably worth it - it is 300 some large pages so it’s not a dinky little book.

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    Thanks for sharing! Nice find!
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    Awesome, thanks for the heads up!

    I wish my texts books back in the college days were like it, price and all.
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    130 remaining.

    Was 131. Got mine!
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    Quote Originally Posted by greg86z28 View Post
    It says copyright 2010. It also says second edition 2020. I didn’t read the forward yet to see if it says anything specific about the 2nd edition. My guess is it’s exactly the same or they likely would have mentioned on the web store that the second edition has new material to entice existing owners to rebuy.

    It’s a neat book. I wish it had a little more detail about some of the product lines. There are like 15 USPS shown, I’d rather have 10, with maybe a half page of text talking about why the USP came to be and maybe the key successful features in addition to a few extra art-sy photos instead of just a bunch of left and right side shots.

    Either way pretty cool. Little pricey at 75+shipping but probably worth it - it is 300 some large pages so it’s not a dinky little book.
    Considering that the last one {just prior to this introduction/book} sold on GB for a tad over $400.....I'd call this a f$cking BARGAIN.
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    Still waiting for mine, Damn east coasters. I am actually going to read mine

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    I saw that. I’m just commenting on the actual price and content not the collectibility aspect.

    I’ve already opened mine collectibility be damned :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Brad4065 View Post
    Considering that the last one {just prior to this introduction/book} sold on GB for a tad over $400.....I'd call this a f$cking BARGAIN.

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