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Surviving A Mass Killer Rampage

Author : Chris Bird
ISBN : 0983590192
Genre : Reference
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The single most important factor in a rapid mass killer incident is time and this book provides advice for the armed or unarmed citizen and the steps that one can take to increase his or her chances of survival. The average active killer will kill or wound between four and five people a minute. Police reaction time varies from a couple of minutes to half an hour. The best way to stop these murders is to have someone close to the scene with a gun and the training to use it. The book describes many major incidents and what can be learned from them and also includes chapters that deal with lone wolf attacks, gun-free zones, and the type of incidents that are likely to be seen in the future.

Thank God I Had A Gun

Author : Chris Bird
ISBN : 098359015X
Genre : Political Science
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One of the best-kept secrets in America is how often and how effectively ordinary citizens defend themselves with firearms against criminal attack or criminal threat. Criminology professor Gary Kleck of Florida State University estimates that each year about 2.5 million ordinary people in the United States use firearms in confrontations with criminals. In the most cases, a shot is not fired and the incident is not reported to police. Along with the bias of the mainstream media against portraying guns in a positive light, this results in these incidents occurring below the public's radar. The second edition of this comprehensive look at self-defense with firearms lifts the veil by recounting some of these incidents, from warding off a burglar in the home to coming to the aid of a police officer in jeopardy. Each incident is put into context with other self-defense actions and features descriptions of ordinary citizens to determine why they did what they did. The stories are rounded out by suggestions, often from the participants themselves, about what they might have done differently. The book has been updated with several newer and more timely stories.

Concealed Carry And The War On The Second Amendment

Author : Michael Loos
ISBN : 9781365364235
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Hit The White Part

Author : Massad F. Ayoob
ISBN : LCCN:82181702
Genre : Pistol shooting
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The Concealed Handgun Manual

Author : Chris Bird
ISBN : 0965678482
Genre : Law
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Provides the latest information on handguns and how to carry them, how to see trouble and avoid it, gunfighting tactics, discusses the consequences of shooting someone, and the newest information on concealed carry laws and licenses.

I M From The Government And I M Here To Kill You

Author : David Hardy
ISBN : 9781510722279
Genre : Political Science
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Gallup recently found that 49 percent of Americans believe that the government poses “an immediate threat to the rights and freedoms of ordinary citizens.” I’m from the Government and I’m Here to Kill You, written by a former federal attorney, shows that even the 49 percent have no idea how bad things really are. Rights and freedoms are not the only things at stake; all too often government imperils the very lives of those it supposedly serves. Federal employees have, with legal impunity, blown up a town and killed six hundred people, released staggering amounts of radioactive contamination and lied about the resulting cancer, allowed people to die of an easily treated disease in order to study their deaths, and run guns to Mexican drug cartels in hopes of expanding agency powers. Law enforcement leaders have ordered their subordinates to commit murder. Medical administrators have “cooked the books” and allowed patients to die, while raking in plump bonuses. Federal prosecutors have sent Americans to prison while concealing evidence that proved their innocence. I’m from the Government documents how we came to this pass: American courts misconstrued and expanded the old legal concept of sovereign immunity, “the king can do no wrong.” When Congress attempted to allow suits against the government, the legislators used vague language that the courts construed to block most lawsuits. The result is a legal system that allows official negligence to escape legal consequences and paradoxically punishes an agency if it tries to secure public safety. I’m from the Government ends with proposals for legal reforms that will hold the government and its servants accountable when they inflict harm on Americans.

The Fundamentals Of Horticulture

Author : Chris Bird
ISBN : 9781107782549
Genre : Science
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Essential reading for all studying horticulture and keen gardeners. This clear introduction to the principles underlying the practical applications of horticulture opens up the excitement of growing plants and garden development without readers wading through complex information. Written by a team of highly motivated and experienced horticultural tutors, the text supports the newly restructured RHS Level 2 qualifications with related Level 3 topics in boxes and signposting to Level 4 topics, together with other horticultural qualifications at these levels. Full colour images tied closely to the text and practical case study boxes inspire readers by making topics relevant to their own horticultural experiences. A comprehensive glossary helps build confidence in the use of classical horticulture language as well as new developing terms, and end-of-chapter questions encourage readers to apply what they have learnt. Extensive online supporting material includes mind maps showing the relationship of topics and aiding students in revision.

Reasonable Justified And Necessary

Author : Dan Bernoulli
ISBN : 1608851346
Genre : Political Science
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Here is a book designed to share usable information relative to the use of deadly force and spark critical thought and discussion centered on this extremely important topic that can improve training, officer performance and an agency's investigation of an officer involved shooting.

Nineteen Minutes

Author : Jodi Picoult
ISBN : 9781476729718
Genre : Fiction
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In the aftermath of a small-town school shooting, lawyer Jordan McAfee finds himself defending a youth who desperately needs someone on his side, while detective Patrick Ducharme works with the primary witness--the daughter of the judge assigned to the case.

Right To Carry

Author : Alan Gottlieb
ISBN : 0936783680
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Indispensable resource on the cutting edge gun rights issue of the right to carry a firearm for self-defense.

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