In the Gravest Extreme: The Role of the Firearm in Personal Protection

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M.F. and Dorothy A. Ayoob, 1980 - Political Science - 130 pages
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"In The Gravest Extreme tells it like it is, and prepares you to protect you and yours against criminal violence without being crucified for it in court. Anti-gunners call it "a guide on how to kill criminals and get away with it," but men like Lt. Frank McGee, former head of firearms training for New York City Police Department, say it's "must reading" for anyone who keeps a gun for self defense. Welcome to the reality of the street in a book that also makes a memorable gift to anyone who keeps a gun in their home" --Publisher description.

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