It's pricey, at about $50.00, but well worth it. He covers most of the guns I commonly shoot, including the rara avis that most people usually don't write about.
The pictures are great, but I already had plenty of books with pictures of different weapons. What this book has is load data he tested out for every single gun reviewed, and that's golden. You can get load data for most old guns out of any load manual, but he gives different powders and bullet types for several that I have had only one load for up to now.
It wouldn't be a lot of use to anyone not interested in the older weapons , originating in the 1891-1945 era, but it's a real find for those of us who are.
I recently received a heads up from a friend about a security breach in the blog. Many thanks to him , and it's been corrected. I am very careful about that kind of thing, but it doesn't take much to compromise your OPSEC and I missed something. I know some folks don't worry about disclosing their location on line, but you have to remember you don't know who is reading your blog, or why. I just don't think it's a really good idea to publish your personal information. You can pass that info on to people you know and trust via email, in a private communication, and that's what I do when I need to.