Very Nice Review of "The Law of Self Defense, 2nd Edition"

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Hey folks, Got another very nice review (and very well written, as well) for "The Law of Self Defense, 2nd Edition" by "milesstoneman":

Andrew F. Branca has served the gun community in the same way that Rand McNally has served the traveling community. He has written the best roadmap, allowing you to navigate the judicial waters of a self-defense claim should you ever need to make one. And make no mistake, those waters are full of sharks, just looking for a victim.

The Law of Self Defense, The Indispensable Guide for the Armed Citizen is the best book available on the subject today. Until now, I’ve read and re-read the book by Massad Ayoob, In the Gravest Extreme, The Role of the Firearm in Personal Protection. The Ayoob book makes a solid case that using your firearm in self defense will solve one problem and create two more – the defense of your freedom from criminal charges, and the defense of your estate from civil lawsuits. That book will make you think twice about arming yourself for self defense.

To read the whole glorious thing, click on over to milestoneman's cool blog, The Cartridge Box:

What did you do to strengthen your self-defense claim today?

--Andrew, @LawSelfDefense


Andrew F. Branca is an MA lawyer and the author of the seminal book “The Law of Self Defense, 2nd Edition," available at the Law of Self Defense blog, Amazon.com (paperback and Kindle), Barnes & Noble (paperback and Nook), and elsewhere. In addition to the book, Andrew also conducts Law of Self Defense Seminars all around the country. Seminars for 2014 are currently being scheduled, if you'd like to see one held in your area fill out the comment box on the LOSD Seminar review page, where you can also see reviews of recently completed seminars in New Hampshire, Maine, Texas, Massachusetts, Ohio, Virginia, Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, and elsewhere. Andrew is also a contributing author on self defense law topics to Combat Handguns, Ammoland.com, Legal Insurrection, and others. You can follow Andrew on Twitter at @LawSelfDefense and using #LOSD2, on Facebook, and at his blog, The Law of Self Defense.