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There are plenty of books out there on plenty of subjects. For the person who carries and/or owns guns for the purposes of protection, there are a few that should be on your bookshelf.
Granted, there are a lot of books on the topic out there and by a whole lot of people. Just like informative works on any topic you can imagine – car repair, cooking, history, whatever – some are good, some are bad. Some have stood the test of time, and others are outdated to the point of becoming just plain wrong. Then you have newer works that are a better assessment of something in the modern day.
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So, let’s run down a few concealed carry books that you should read at some point. This list isn’t exhaustive; feel free to sound off in the comments if there’s one that you feel is better. It’s more that each one of these works has a singular value to the armed man, woman or person who identifies otherwise.
One of the most obvious is “The Law of Self-Defense” by Andrew Branca. Andrew Branca is an attorney, and specializes in the area of lawful self-defense by a citizen. This book goes in detail, and in understandable terms, explaining what the law requires in order for a person to make a successful claim of self-defense. The bar – pardon the pun – is higher than many people realize.
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We carry and bear to protect ourselves with deadly force if it becomes necessary. This book covers the legal use of force, including deadly force, in the defense of one’s self or others. It is incumbent upon you to know and act in accordance with the laws. Ignorance of them is not an excuse.
A good companion book which covers much of the same ground is “Deadly Force”...
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