Received my copy of the newly published "The K-Frame Revolver, The S&W Phenomenom Volume II", by Timothy J. Mullin. I look forward to many hours pouring over details of one of my favorite handguns, the K Frame Smith. Almost could be called the perfect handgun, fits the hand, easily controllable, and quite good looking also. This gun in it's many variations has been in production for over one hundred years, and there are so many variations a collector could add specimens for years and not get them all.
I look forward to reviewing this 520 page, well illustrated tome on the K-frame. I was also able to contribute to this book in a small way with some pictures of a Webley 38/200 for comparison to the M&P Lend Lease guns, and a section on Spanish copies of S&Ws. As always, this Collector Grade Publication is a feast for those with a historical or technical frame of mind.