America Fights Back by Alan Gottlieb Dave Workman Hardcover. 224 pages. $23.00
A well-written defense of the Bill of Rights that provides substantive arguments in support of the right to keep and bear arms and true life accounts of the Second Amendment in practice.
Arizona Gun Owners Guide by Alan Korwin Paperback. 217 pages. $12.95
If you own a gun and live in or plan to visit Arizona, then you need this book. Arizona laws and regulations are explained in plain English. Information on gun ownership, possession, and use are updated and current.
Armed America by Clayton E. Cramer Hardcover. 300 pages. $26.99
Traces the winding historical trail of United States citizens' passion for firearms. First-hand accounts from the colonial times, through the Revolutionary War period, and into the early years of the American Republic.
Armed: New Perspectives on Gun Control by Don B. Kates, Jr. and Gary Kleck Hardcover. 363 pages. $27.00
Two of the most respected firearms scholars team up to tell the facts about firearms, firearm laws and the Constitution. Kleck and Kates continue their efforts to debunk many of the myths about guns that persist despite numerous, credible studies to the contrary. The book is broken into eight easy to read sections including: Guns and Public Health, Absolutist Politics in a Moderate Package, Modes of News Media Distortion of Gun Issues, The Frequency of Defensive Gun Use, and The Second Amendment. Any gun activist looking for research to back up their positions needs this book as a handy reference guide. Great for letters to the editor.
The Bill of Rights: Creation and Reconstruction by Akhil Reed Amar Paperback. 412 pages. $17.95
As a Yale Law Professor, Amar advocates against viewing the Bill of Rights as separate entities and instead pushes viewing these individual rights together as a whole. This places the Second Amendment squarely as an individual right, as we knew all along. In addition to a detailed discussion of all of the Bill of Rights, Amar explains how the Fourteenth Amendment radically expanded many of these rights, including the Second Amendment, far beyond the original language. Amar has written editorials supporting the Second Amendment as an individual right, including a right of self-protection, and this book expands upon his other works.
Boston's Gun Bible by Boston T. Party Paperback. 726 pages. $33.00
Boston T. Party has done it again with this practical, logical and comprehensive "Bible" dealing with all aspects of firearms ownership. Jam-packed full of insightful information and analysis, this is an absolute "must have" for novices and professionals alike. Spanning 726 pages, this book features too much information to go into much detail here. It is divided into six parts: The Basics (Safety & Handling, Self-Defense and the Law, etc); Combat Rifles (History, Modern Rifles, Ratings, etc.); Guns in General (Handguns, Rifles, Shotguns, Gear, etc.); Acquisition (Shopping Guide, You & the BATF, Curios & Relics, etc.); Disarmament (Federal Gun Control, Real Goal of Gun Control, Creeping Citizen Disarmament, etc.); Courage (Wealth vs. Liberty, Preparing for the Worst, etc.). An informative and motivational read.
CCW: Carrying Concealed Weapons by Jerry Ahern Paperback. 159 pages. $14.95
Jerry Ahern has over 20 years experience studying, reviewing and writing about guns, holsters and concealed carry. In his new book, Ahern shares his vast knowledge on: Weapon selection, carry methods, clothing tips, and special carry advice for a woman. Learn how to carry concealed weapons and know when other people are carrying in CCW: Carrying Concealed Weapons.
The Concealed Handgun Manual: How To Choose, Carry, And Shoot A Gun In Self Defense by Chris Bird Paperback. 459 pages. $21.95
In this expanded fourth edition, Chris Bird brings over 40 years experience as a handgun shooter and former crime reporter in this extensive work on concealed carry. The book details many important subjects including: Staying Out of Trouble; Choosing a Handgun; How to Carry; Avoiding Accidents; Mindset and Tactics for Winning a Gunfight; and State Concealed Carry Laws. A must for those looking to carry a concealed handgun.
The Declaration by Evan F. and Louis P. Nappen Paperback. 218 pages. $12.95
Evan F. Nappen is a dedicated Firearms Civil Rights Attorney and the author of several books on gun laws. Evan and his brother Louis begin their novel by noting that the original Declaration of Independence was never found and remains lost. The novel then explores what would happen if the original Declaration was suddenly found after being lost for over 220 years! Would the discovery lead to a new rebirth of freedoms? An interesting read and reminder of our individual rights roots.
Effective Defense by Gila May-Hayes Paperback. 247 pages. $13.95
In this expanded Second Edition of her first book, the author has compiled a handbook of personal defense for women. As a staff instructor at the Firearms Academy of Seattle, as well as the Handgun and Personal Training Editor for the Nationally distributed Women & Guns Magazine, Gila shares her knowledge in this timely and well written manual.