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Armed - The Essential Guide to Concealed Carry

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The Book Every Responsible Gun Owner MUST Read It seems everywhere you turn these days someone is offering advice on carrying a handgun for self-defense. But "Armed--The Essential Guide to Concealed Carry" is like nothing you've read before.

Authored by Bruce N. Eimer, Ph.D., a noted psychologist with a dedication to teaching skills for staying armed and alive, "Armed" is t
ebook, 416 pages
Published June 1st 2012 by Krause Publications
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“Hoplophobia, the Flight from Personal Responsibility “Hoplophobia” is defined as the morbid fear of firearms. The term is derived from the Greek word, hoplon, which refers to weapons. The late Colonel Jeff Cooper, firearms instructor, author, father of “the modern technique of the pistol,” and founder of Gunsite Firearms Academy, attributed anti-gun zealotry to hoplophobia, which he defined as an irrational aversion to and fear of firearms and other forms of weaponry. Cooper opined that anti-gun hoplophobes held the idea that firearms and other deadly weapons have a will of their own.” 0 likes
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