Your First Gun: Should You Buy One and Join 60 Million Safely Armed American Homes?
If you suffer a break in at home, can you protect yourself or your family? Would you be forced to dial 911…and wait? When seconds count, the police are just minutes away—that's why so many Americans have made a safe and prudent choice to keep at least one firearm at home. Maybe it's time for you to do that too. While you still can.
Despite fear mongering in the news, tens of millions of people keep and bear arms and always have. It s a fun, practical, safe sport and tradition. It's true. Find out why!
In plain English and without the macho mumbo jumbo, Your First Gun moves past the scare stories and myths, and in simple Q&A format answers the key questions non-gun owners wonder about, that gun owners take for granted.
Get this book for yourself, or for friends and relatives who fear guns to help them move past their worries, to at least understand why so many good, decent, honest people keep guns for all the right reasons. The media hides these truths from the public—you can actually help change the public debate and improve the safety of American society by putting this rational common-sense information in the hands of people you know and love.
Sample questions from the book: Why do you even want a gun? Where would you put the thing? What good is it if you have to keep it locked up? What's the point if a criminal has a gun pointed at you? Where should you get what kind of gun, and what are the right ones for you? How do you make all the decisions, and what do you do about all the conflicting advice? Does a gun really make you safer? Isn't it dangerous to keep a gun at home? Why is the NRA so polarizing? How much ammo should you buy? What does "buying off paper" mean?
Your First Gun gives you the intellectual ammunition you need to make a smart choice, and if you decide to bear arms, how to do so responsibly and with finesse so you don't look like some rube with no clue. Decades of wisdom boiled down to an easy and enlightening read.
Women are now the fastest growing segment of the market and for good reason—guns represent empowerment, equality, and shatter the glass ceiling; it's not a man's world anymore. For many couples, it is the woman who understands that a gun in the home provides safety and security. This book explores the social and cultural questions men and women need answered, to get you ready mentally for the changes that come with being armed.
Gun ownership is normal healthy behavior, and Bloomberg News recently reported that more than half of all homes have at least one firearm, contradicting the book's position that half of all homes have guns. The figure is not precisely known, since gun ownership is a private matter in a free country like the United States. Half of everyone's neighbors own firearms; how about that. If you're thinking about joining them, read this book first and make smart choices about Your First Gun.
- 128 pages