The “Right of the people to Bear Arms” is inextricably tied to the fate of the Country.
The Right To Bear Arms by Stephen P. Halbrook explains clearly & convincingly the importance of the right to bear arms. The information should be shared by everyone – regardless of political ideology.
Penned by the founder of The Truth About Guns, Reservation Point offers readers sex, violence, drugs, betrayal and insight into the art and science of hostage negotiation. Gunplay? Lots.
Cary Mcwilliams has been completely blind since age 10. He has concealed carry permits, and has successfully hunted and practiced self Defense with firearms. This book shows how.
So the question is, how to dispatch your weapons of war without human, hands-on directing of the killing machine and be effective and accurate?
Deep War is an entertaining read, but it is also a training manual for potential conflicts in our near future. I would like to think I am too old to get recalled to active duty…
Beyond State Control is an extensively researched and documented paper on the state of improvised and craft-produced firearms all over the world. It is critical information for gun control.
No discussion of gun control goes for very long before someone throws out the Nazi name calling. Yet little historical research has delved into what the Nazis actually did?
Pigeons did not win World War II, people did. But the humble birds, renowned for their homing instincts, played a singular if unsung role in Britain’s victorious fight against the Germans.
America’s anti-gun movement and their allies in the media exploit the emotion from tragedies such as the Parkland School shooting to recycle failed gun-control rhetoric.
Evil is watching you and listening to you online. This is real life. Mr. Horton has put together an entertaining story that will convince you that evil could in fact be monitoring you.
Franklin Horton asked the question, “what if you are not at home when the crisis occurs?” What if you are hundreds of miles from home on a business trip or away at college?
As any firearms businesses understands, the quantity of poorly-written, obsolete, and erroneously-applied laws affecting firearms can be confusing and overwhelmingly complicated.
Matt Bracken continues to please. I have read all of Matt’s books, and consider him a friend, even though we have never met in person.
In time of real crisis the only two things of true value are food & firearms. A good third, is some training to survive, that you learn before the hammer hits.
This book provides strong arguments for pushing back against the widespread notion that Jesus would expect his followers to passively accept evil acts.
Combining plausible science, history, and action-packed thrills, The Himalayan Codex is a page-turning adventure sure to enthrall fans…
Thank God I had a Gun” provides a lot of detailed information. In this case it is about real-life self-defense cases.
The tactical training discussed in “Surviving A Mass Killer Rampage”, alone, makes it a book that should be read by those who take self-defense seriously…
Burned over more than sixty-five percent of his body, Don and his gunnery team miraculously escaped the inferno; using their charred hands, they climbed across a seventy-foot-long rope…