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How many people in America today are truly well-versed in the history of the Second Amendment, and why and how it was included in the Bill of Rights?

Dana Loesch gives her views on all that and much more, thanks to the research she offers in Hands Off My Gun. Fearless and fiery conservative talk show host, blogger, and TV commentator, Loesch digs deep into past, present, and future facts, attitudes, and actions regarding gun rights.

Hands Off My Gun is filled with research and detail. In addition to explaining why the Founding Fathers insisted on including the right to bear arms in the Bill of Rights, Loesch argues that "gun control" regulations throughout history have been used to keep minority populations under control. She also contends that current arguments in favor of gun control are primarily based on emotions and fear.

This narrative is a must-listen for every committed Second Amendment supporter. Dana Loesch is a determined and fierce advocate for those rights and shouts out with confidence: hands off my gun!

©2014 Dana Loesch (P)2014 Hachette Audio

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Excellent 2A Dissertation

Dana Loesch's book Hands Off My Guns successfully tackles and refutes every recent anti-2A reason given by those trying to take away our civil liberty. Dana's explanations and rebuttals are informative, funny and passionate. The audio version is great because you get to hear Dana's unique impersonations. Highly Recommended!

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Arm yourself with the facts.

Meticulous and comprehensive explanation of guns, the laws that concern them, and the attempt to ban them. Read this book before you ever consider given ground to your rights. Use this book to debate the ill-informed who foolishly vote to abolish your 2nd amendment rights.

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The smartest woman in America defends the 2A

What did you love best about Hands Off My Gun?

The details and historical references. This was very well researched and organized. Easy to listen to and follow. She brought in statistics from other countries that support her claims. She also brought a strong sense of hope for those of us who are very discouraged at the current state of our gun rights.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Hands Off My Gun?

Any time she quoted a statistic that refuted claims of anti 2A types that "gun restrictions mean less crime". Example: when Chicago took everyone's guns away crime soared. When the Supreme Court deemed this unconstitutional and returned the guns the crime rates fell.

What does Dana Loesch bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Her passion for the subject matter and courage. I'm also a big fan of her radio program and I love hearing her talk. Sometimes her over-articulation and over-annunciation can be annoying but she speaks as if she demands to be listened to and understood.

If you could give Hands Off My Gun a new subtitle, what would it be?

Guns: They're Not Just for Men

Any additional comments?

Thanks, Dana for riding shotgun with me during my commutes this week.

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A factually correct enlightening entertaining trut

This book goes through and explains why guns aren't evil and why it is important that the founders believed these rights were given by God not by man. Very well written and well produced a must have for anybody who wants to be informed on the Second Amendment.

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Empowering!!

Dana debunks all myths and lies about guns that are spread by the liberal gun grabbers...lies widely believed by many Americans who were never taught about guns or our right to keep and bear them. She provides history on gun grabbing and it's real purpose, and also the arguments by the framers on the importance of an armed society. Arm yourself with this book!

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information given more the twice

hard to finish but an okay book. that's all i have to say about that.

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A Must Read

Awesome book with great facts and statistics on guns in America.
A very well written book that covers many bases, I was impressed by the authors passion and knowledge of the subject.

I highly recommend this book!

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Nice job framing the discussion

Dana does an excellent job framing the anti-2A fight in the right context. My only critique would be that some of the material is repeated, but it is done for emphasis I'm sure. Good read and excellent performance. Her impersonation of that doofus British guy (P. Morgan) - was spot on. Jolly good! ;)

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sensibly written

enjoyed this a lot, seems well educated and informed and had a no nonsense error about her. this is how our politicians should think when it comes to government.

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excellent points

Lots of examples and historical context. Will listen again. very informative. I like it when the author reads the book. sometimes the passion gets lost when others read the book.





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