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New Book Offers Concise Gun Laws by State

By David Alliot   |  

Every citizen of the United States has the right to bear arms. Our founders made sure of that as they understood how essential the defense of liberty really is — and how fundamental self-defense is. But that hasn’t stopped a barrage of gun laws aimed at curtailing this basic freedom, with more laws coming down the pike.

A new book, “Gun Laws by State — Your Ultimate Guide to United States Gun Laws,” seeks to straighten the tangle of regulations that govern each state, and provides a no-nonsense guide.

Does Idaho recognize another state’s license to carry? Can you carry a handgun on school grounds in New Jersey? Getting fast answers to these questions can mean the difference between abiding by state laws and running afoul of them resulting in serious criminal liability. And penalties can be severe.

“Gun Laws by State” covers federal regulations as well, and there is a “Use of Force” chapter that provides legal justification for using a firearm, as well as advise from a defense attorney in cases where deadly force is used. Chapter nine covers firearm policies every person flying on a commercial airline must know.

By the way — Idaho does in fact recognize another state’s license; and you cannot carry a handgun on campus in New Jersey.

The essential guide to all matters firearms is available at GunLawsByState.com for $19.95. It is also available as a digital download, and there’s a bundled package as well.

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