"...how it became the Google of the gun market..." I like that analogy...
I like what he says in this video. Gaston Glock's story is full of interesting details and violence to be sure. What I think I might like about this book is it does not seem to be written by your typical "gunnie". Paul states that he has maybe been to the range shooting 20 times in his life, most recently in conjunction with this book. Hell, I hit the range 20 or more times a year and bet a lot of you do to. He does not seem to have a whole lot of bias or preconceptions being dragged into his writing and is indeed (according to his remarks) writing a book for both the pro and anti crowd.
Personally, I am going to wait and see if I won one of the copies from ENDO's contest before I buy it from Amazon or another bookseller, but either way I probably will have this book read before the end of Spring.
Thanks for the video link tvlady!