Okay, so I have owned this book for about a month now. Previously, my go to reference book for AK parts and info was the venerable "AK-47 &74 Kalashnikov Rifles" by Joe Poyer (His SKS Carbine book is great as well), and that book has served me faithfully for a number of years.
Then one day I went onto the internets (Its a series of tubes) and stumbled across "AK-47 The Grim Reaper" (second edition) by Frank Iannamico. This book is outstanding. It really is a wealth of information about basically any variant of the AK from its inception to 2012, the time of its publication. I have enjoyed reading this book the past month. Not sure if I have just drank some cult Kool-aid here, but it really is in my opinion the best AK read out there. Since the book has been out the better part of 3 years I am sure there are many others that have it, I just wanted to get an idea of who does, and your thoughts about the book.
Then one day I went onto the internets (Its a series of tubes