Hello. Quicker than expected, this 107-page, 8 1/2 x 11" book is ready to sell. Where The Shooter's Guide to the Browning Hi Power" focused on the gun with mention of a few rounds that have "worked" over the years for me, 9mm Ammunition Tests: The Shooter's Guide to Ammunition for the Browning Hi Power" focuses on ammo fired through the Hi Power. The cover is 110-lb. light gray cardstock that has been heat-laminated. The reader is provided with a detailed look at 12 brands of FMJ ammunition in 115, 124, and 147-gr. weights for use at the range. Each is discussed with regard to reliability and accuracy. How well they did or didn't do with factory magazines, an Inglis mag, as well as a KRD and Pro Mag is discussed for each round tested. Actual chronographed velocities with each load are given along with extreme spreads and standard deviations. Each load was fired through two Browning Mk III Hi Powers. Physical dimensions for each round are provided as well. Twenty-five expanding high-performance loads are also discussed. These range in weight from the new 50-gr. RBCD Tactical, Aguila 65-gr. IQ, 80-gr. Glaser Silver, and 95-gr. PMC Starfire right on through the 115 and 124-gr. bullets to the 147-gr. JHP's. Ammo from Corbon, Triton, Remington, Sellier & Bellot, Magtech,Winchester, Federal, and Speer are included. The same information given for the "range ammo" is provided for these rounds along with expansion characteristics when fired into water and super-saturated newsprint ("wet pack.") Here's a small sample of what you get. Expanded bullet diameters and recovered bullet weight are also listed. The extensive table of contents, figures, and tables make looking up specific topics of interest easy. There are 54 black & white photos with the text along with 5 color photographs. There is a discussion on if reloading is for you. Various stopping power theories are given, but there is no attempt to "force" any upon the reader. Discussion on what I've personally seen certain 9mm loads do in the hunting field are described and "anecdotal" information on human aggressors hit with some loads is presented. Expensive to do, the introductory offer is priced at $17.95 + $5 S&H within the US. This work is intended as the companion book for The Shooter's Guide to the Browning Hi Power. If interested Email or PM for details on ordering. Payment can be cash, check, MO, or cashier's check. PayPal can also be used. Funds can be deposited there via my Email address. Thanks in advance. Best.