Hello. As you might know, I frequently do "range reports" on this site and others for various handguns. Most folks seem to like them and I find them a bit of work, but also fun. The problem is that I buy the ammo for the tests. To try and off-set these costs, I've finished what was initially going to be a little thing on the Browning Hi Power. Got started and it became a monster, but appears to be completed now with the exception of more proof-reading and perhaps, a little more editing. Right now, it's 49 pages (1-side and 8 1/2 x 11) with 35 color pictures. It's called "The Shooter's Guide to the Browning Hi Power" and that's precisely what it is, a treatise on the Hi Power from a user's point of view based on 30 years of shooting the darned things frequently .... as in at least once a week. Topics include: Preface A brief history of the pistol's development General Specifications & Characteristics "Today's Hi Powers vs. Yesterday's" Mk II Hi Power Mk III Hi Power Other Models based on the Mk III FN Competition Ammunition Observations and the Browning Hi Power (This includeds general purpose ammo, and high performance ammunition, both standard and high pressure. It also gets into "stopping power" a bit.) Final Thoughts on Defensive Ammo for the Hi Power Chronography Results for 9mm and .40 fired from Hi Powers Forged vs. Cast Frames The Custom Hi Power, which includes recommended modifications that have worked well for me as well as others that did not. There's quite a bit of discussion concerning what we "need" vs what we "want" and how to get what we need. Fixed vs. adjustable sights are discussed. A lengthy FAQ section with detailed replies. Recommended spare parts Cleaning and complete disassembly Magazines to buy...or not and their upkeep Springs, buffers, and what not ...and so forth Right now, there are 35 pictures to illustrate the work and help the reader "see" what I'm saying. Cost will be around $25, MAYBE a little less if I can work things right. I'm trying for all color pictures, but that's looking like it may be impossible and keep the cost down so pictures would be black and white except for the cover picture. What I need to know is if anyone's interested so that I can gauge what I need to do next. If you are, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks in advance either way. Best.