"The Best Defense: True Stories of Intended Victims Who Defended Themselves With a Firearm" by Robert A. Waters
is a fascinating compilation of true stories in which everyday citizens defend themselves and others using deadly force. Filled with factual accounts of normal everyday people who survived deadly encounters through the implementation of deadly force, a more eloquent case can not be made to prove the veracity of the 2nd Amendment, and the futility of relying on law enforcement for protection. This collection of stark, true stories about everyday people who owe their lives to the fact that they had a gun when they needed it most will sway the most vehement anti-gunner. After all, who can say that another person should die for one's own beliefs?
This book will no doubt wake up the bliss ninny in your family, and have them considering firearms ownership as well as concealed carry. It reads very much like a Reader's Digest magazine, providing the reader with one breath taking tale after another, with photos provided to show that the people involved were not Rambo types, but honest, hardworking Americans.
If your significant other wonders why you "need" a gun, buy this book and place it on their nightstand. They will soon ask for assistance in choosing their own gun.
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