The book is good representation of the Gray Room, but the photos were taken when the Gray Room was actually at the HK Sterling location. It has been reestablished in their current HK Ashburn location. I don't have my book in front of me and someone who does may correct me, but I beleive at the time the photos were taken, the HK45 and C were not in the Gray Room, so they are not represented in the book. Also, some of the items in the book are no longer in the current Gray Room, as apparently some of the paperwork for the items was misplaced and they had, under law, to get rid of those items. Still, if you ever get an opportunity to make a visit, it will be well worth the time and effort. "Like a kid in a candy store."
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