"...essential reading for anyone who is a serious firearms civil rights activist." "...some of the most valuable and important writing related to the right to keep and bear arms over a 40-year period." "...your single most important history lesson on gun rights." --Joseph P. Tartaro in Gun Week
, October 1, 2009, p. 15
About the Author
From 1966 until his death in 2005, Neal Knox was close to, and usually directly involved in, every significant happening in the American debate over gun rights.
In a career that progressed from newspaper reporter and part-time gun writer, to gun magazine publisher, to the head of the National Rifle Association's lobby, and on to senior status as "the conscience of the gun rights movement," Neal Knox was the often-unacknowledged architect of the modern American gun rights movement.
Collected here for the first time in a single volume is a generous helping of the writing that cemented his reputation -- and helped to save the Second Amendment.