In Defense of the Second Amendment (Hardcover)
What Part of the Second Amendment Don’t You Understand?
That’s the question posed by award-winning, New York Times bestselling author, and professional firearms instructor, Larry Correia.
Bringing with him the practical experience that comes from having owned a high-end gun store—catering largely to law enforcement—and as a competitive shooter and self-defense trainer, Correia blasts apart the emotion-laden, logic-free rhetoric of the gun control fanatics who turn every “mass shooting” into a crazed call for violating your rights, abusing the Constitution—and doing absolutely nothing to really fight crime.
In his essential new book, In Defense of the Second Amendment, Correia reveals:
- Why “gun-free” zones are more dangerous for law-abiding citizens
- How the Second Amendment does indeed include your right to own an AR-15—and why that’s not an “outdated” concept
- Why “red flag” laws don’t work, can be easily abused, and ignore a much more commonsensical approach to keeping guns out of the wrong hands
- The insanity of “criminal justice reform” that frees dangerous criminals and “gun reform” that penalizes your right to self-defense
- How we can return to a society that has a safe and healthy relationship with guns—as we had for most of our history
- Correia’s promise: “Believe me, I’ve heard every argument relating to gun control possible. I can show you how to defend your rights.”
Urgent, informed, with vitally important information for whoever who owns a gun—or is thinking about owning a gun—or who cares about the preservation of our constitutional rights, In Defense of the Second Amendment is a landmark book of enduring importance.
About the Author
Larry Correia is a multiple award-winning, nationally bestselling novelist (most famous for his Monster Hunter series) and popular blogger, who writes often on issues involving Second Amendment rights. His famous essay “An Opinion on Gun Control” was an Internet viral sensation, with more than a million reads, and he writes often for national publications on gun laws and self-defense. A graduate of Utah State, he lives in Utah with his family.