Whitman Publishing, LLC Launches New Firearms Imprint

2nd Amendment Media
2nd Amendment Media
Whitman Publishing
Whitman Publishing

Franklin, Tenn. –-(Ammoland.com)-  Whitman Publishing, LLC is proud to announce the creation of a new imprint, 2nd Amendment Media.

2ndAmendment Media focuses on publications and other popular media celebrating all things related to firearms, covering topics like gun collecting, firearms history, practical use and famous marksmen.

The staff of 2nd Amendment Media, under the direction of General Manager Jay Langston, brings more than half a century of in-depth firearm knowledge to the marketplace.

Publications slated to debut in 2014 will focus on concealed carry gun laws and training, gun values, handloading, long-range marksmanship, and survival.

By the end of 2014, 2nd Amendment Media will release 15 new publications to bring firearm information to the consumer in a fresh, new, and informative way. 2nd Amendment Media will employ the formulas that have garnered Whitman success in the area of antiques and collectibles to create a brand that offers firearms enthusiasts publications to meet all their needs.

About Whitman Publishing, LLC
Whitman Publishing, LLC has more than 80 years of experience in coin and currency publications. They are best known for their yearly #1 Best Selling U.S. Coin Price Guide — The Official Red Book: A Guide Book of United States Coins. Whitman Publishing markets its books and accessories nationwide through major hobby distributors, dealers, and national accounts. For more information on Whitman please visit, www.whitman.com.

If you would like to receive more information about 2nd Amendment Media®, including upcoming titles, distribution opportunities, and retail outlets, please contact us at [email protected] or 1.800.546.2995.

  • One thought on “Whitman Publishing, LLC Launches New Firearms Imprint

    1. I just purchased America’s 100 Greatest Guns by Jay Langston. Educational but wrought with so many errors.

      ie: Wrong headings and pictures with numerous typos throughout the entire book.
      These are just a few examples:
      #13 M60 Machine Gun heading description is for a M1 Carbine
      #56 Marlin Model 39 .22 LR Shows a picture of a Marlin Lever action center fire rifle from the 1800’s.
      #90 Colt Mustang .380 ACP shows a picture of an old Colt .25 Auto pistol.

      Also many historical inaccuracies. Looks like you need a proofreader that knows something about firearms.
      The list is too long to for this email. If you’re going to be 2nd Amendment Media you had better step up your game.
      Best regards, Don Perry Buffalo, NY

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