It's quite thorough and I'm completey enjoying reading this very well written and balanced book.
They would better spend it on "The Founders' Second Amendment--Origins of the Right to Bear Arms" by Stephen P. Halbrook.
If you consider this information to be an endorsement of gun control laws, well, I can't help you there.
A fascinating read! There is quite a lot of interesting information in here. The beginnings of gun control, in the South and "Old West" of all places. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Noldor
Probably the most balanced presentation of the gun rights/control debate.Published 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
Gun Fight is a wonderful nonpartisan look at the issue of gun control in America. It shows the faulty ideology on both sides. I started reading with certain opinions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by 0phelia
A useful overview of what all the anger over gun rights and gun control is about. As a former junior NRA member and Vietnam Vet, I found Professor Winkler's book very helpful in... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kokoro45
Oscar Pretorious has a good excuse that he needs a gun in order to be brave. All of the NRA-types in America need guns before they can be brave too. But Oscar has no feet. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Douglas B. Barr
More an opinion piece than anything else. Follows the anti-gun talking points verbatim.Published 2 months ago by Paul Rusin
I was very apprehensive in picking up this book because I thought it was just going to be a gun control book masquerading as "fair and balanced" book. Read morePublished 8 months ago by RenaissanceMan
Adam Winkler is a law professor at UCLA. This book argues for Gun Control by saying it has a long history in America. But that is a half-truth. Read more
Winkler's Gun Fight is a highly readable and well-researched excursion into the history and jurisprudence of America's unique obsession with guns. He uses the landmark DC v. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Diogenes