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    Common Sense Guide to Michigan Gun Laws
    by M. Carol and Daniel Bambery

    NOW AVAILABLE. Every book is current through the date of the order. Modern digital printing techniques allow constant updates so the reader can be confidant that the book they receive contains all recent revisions in the law. It discusses federal case law including the Heller v District of Columbia decision from the United States Supreme Court. This is an easy to read, informational handbook that answers questions about lawful gun ownership in Michigan. The book is aimed at reaching shooting enthusiasts, sportsmen, firearm owners, hunters, and anyone with a desire to learn more about Michigan's firearm laws and heritage. It is written in a style that provides you with additional reference for more information on gun ownership issues.

    This book satisfies the firearms and the law education requirement for renewal of a concealed pistol license. Price $24.20 includes shipping. Send check or money order to: Bambery Law Press, 1124 South Geneva Drive, DeWitt, MI 48820.
    I may buy it to review it. I also want to see if they have anything on OC. The authors live nearby and I have dealt with Carol on NRA issues.
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    *The information contained above is not meant to be legal advice, but is solely intended as a starting point for further research. These are my opinions, if you have further questions it is advisable to seek out an attorney that is well versed in firearm law.

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    If it deals strictly with the law then they may not include anything on OC. Does any state specifically state that OC is legal? All that I can thin of only say what is not legal and therefore "infer" that OC is legal. It will be interesting to see if they say anything about OC since it is supposed to cover the laws.

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