Some good reading for the folks in the States that they have on their list so far

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NEWEST STATE GUN-GUIDES AVAILABLE:

• KANSAS • NORTH CAROLINA • OHIO •
• OREGON • NEW MEXICO • & more soon!

Plain-English gun-law guides to Kansas, North Carolina, Ohio, New Mexico and Oregon are now in! And Vermont—people speak in awe of "Vermont carry" because it is basically uninfringed, their gun laws make sense, and crime is very low. See what the best gun laws in America look like, use them as a model for your own, only $12.95. Attorney Cindy Hill has done us all a service, illuminating Vermont's approach. Gives legs to the popular bumper sticker, "I Want Vermont!"

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30-STATE "SHALL ISSUE"
LICENSE GUIDE

"Licensed to Carry"
by Greg Jeffery, $19.95


If you want to know what it takes to get licensed in 30 "shall issue" states, get this book.
Covers each state's requirements for eligibility, background checks, training requirements, permitted weapons, permit forms, waiting periods, reciprocity, penalties for unlicensed carry, applicant qualifications, who issues the license, what it costs, renewal fees, prohibited places and much more.

Author Jeffery has compiled the information on the various states, then compares them to show how your "rights" are being managed and restricted from state to state. He then carefully ranks each state for strictness in seven categories.

Packed with charts and graphs, it even includes stats on the number of licenses issued and revoked. The only other thing you'll need for all the licenses is a travel agent. This book is extra fine.


"Licensed to Carry" by Greg Jeffery, $19.95.



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STATE-BY-STATE GUIDES

Click here for the "Traveler's Guide"
(it features one-page summaries for all 50 states)

Click here for state guides published by Bloomfield Press:
Arizona, California, Florida, Texas, Virginia


State guides from other publishers:






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"Florida Firearms Law, Use & Ownership"
by Jon H. Gutmacher, $26.95

Very detailed 300-page guide from a Florida attorney.


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"Everything You Need to Know About (Legally) Carrying a Handgun in Kansas "
by Joseph E. Olson and Tim Fleming Grant, $24.95

Third in the series produced by the American Assn. of Certified Firearms Instructors


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"Massachusetts Handbook Firearms Laws"
by William M. Cloran, $15.50

Well-organized guide produced by a Boston-area attorney.
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"A Common Sense Guide to Michigan Gun Laws"
by Daniel and M. Carol Bambery, $19.95

A husband-and-wife law team have created a book
for Michigan gun owners.
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"Everything You Need to Know About (Legally) Carrying a Handgun in Minnesota"
by Joel Rosenberg, $24.95

The title says it all.
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"Missouri Weapons and Self-Defense Law"
by Kevin L. Jamison, $23.95

A very detailed guide to weapons and self defense by a top lawyer in the state; see the other choice for Missouri, below.

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"Everything You Need To Know About Legally Carrying a Handgun in Missouri"
by Joel Rosenberg, et. al., $24.95

Missouri residents can choose from two gun owner guides -- this one is a bit easier reading, and the one above is more complete, get both for best results.
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"Gun Laws of Montana"
by Gary Marbut, $12.95

The state's leading activist has created a guide for one of the freest states in the Union.
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"Carrying Concealed in Nevada/Security Use of Firearms"
Two-volume set by Bob Irwin, $17.90

Nicely done set covers the laws for gun owners in Nevada.

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"The Eagle and the Skunk, New Jersey and Pennsylvania Gun Laws Compared"
by Evan Nappen and Jon S. Mirowitz, $24.95

Two attorneys describe the laws for New Jersey and Pennsylvania in a single volume, and then they compare them, in a stunning look at rights and repression separated by a mere river. Good reading no matter where you live. Two states for one price!





"New Mexico's Gun Laws"
by Alan Korwin with Ryan Turner, $10.95

A handy concise booklet with the main New Mexico gun laws, and a description of key federal gun laws too.



"New York's Firearms and Weapons Laws"
by Lt. Lee Thomas & Atty. Jeffrey Chamberlain,
$35.95

A 300-page looseleaf by a law-publishing firm, crammed with detail; update service available.






NORTH CAROLINA

"Firearms Law of North Carolina"
by Attorney Thomas Faulk, Jr., $20.00

Detailed and clear descriptions of the laws and cases for the state's residents, by a lawyer who knows firearms.



"The Ohio Guide to Firearm Laws"
by Ken Hanson, Attorney at Law, $15.95

Ohioans for Concealed Carry present this beautifully done guide, with statutes and plain English descriptions, including the new concealed carry laws.



"Understanding Orgeon's Gun Laws"
by Kevin Starrett, $12.95

A leader in Oregon's gun rights movement
has created a guide for the state's gun owners.





"The Eagle and the Skunk, New Jersey and Pennsylvania Gun Laws Compared"
by Evan Nappen and Jon S. Mirowitz, $24.95

Two attorneys describe the laws for Pennsylvania and New Jersey in a single volume, and then they compare them, in a stunning look at rights and repression separated by a mere river. Good reading no matter where you live. Two states for one price!



Carrying A Handgun For Self Defense In Tennessee
by John Harris, $14.00
Attorney Harris, the head of the Tennessee Firearms Association, Inc., has created this valuable guide.



"Utah Gun Law with 'Plain Talk' Summaries"
by Attorney James D. "Mitch" Vilos, $18.71

More than 300 pages of compiled statutes, with "plain talk" descriptions and commentaries.


"Gun Owner's Guide to the Laws of Vermont "
by Cindy Ellen Hill, Esq., $12.95

Vermont—People speak in awe of “Vermont carry” because it is basically uninfringed, their gun laws make sense, and crime is very low. See what the best gun laws in America look like, use them as a model for your own. Attorney Cindy Hill has done us all a service, illuminating Vermont’s approach.



"Washington State Gun Rights and Responsibilities"
by Dave Workman, $10.95

This well-known booklet is now available again, updated and expanded.
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