Essay:Conservative firearms books

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Glock30.jpg Note: This Essay's bibliography resources are the basis for the Glossary of Firearms and Second Amendment Terms. The listing of the following resources does not imply full and unqualified endorsement of the same. Caveat emptor!. People are verbs and even good companies can sour..
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Recommended Conservative Firearms Resources

Note: The following are important recommended reading and bibliography for the more than 1000 firearms and Second Amendment related terms and gun articles. Initially hundreds of short "gun glossary stubs" of 1 paragraph will be developed using authoritative sources from these books below as references. These articles will act as the foundation for larger articles on the individual topic.

This essay will include not only books (both non-fiction and novels), but also Gun Movies and Videos, Internet Firearms Book Sources, Gun Newsletters and Magazines, Shooting Gear, Gun and Parts Distributors, Websites and Blogs, Groups and Organizations, Government Agencies, and Pro-Bill of Rights Groups.

Conservative Firearms Books

Non-Fiction Reference

Army, United States, U.S. Army Ranger Handbook (U.S. Army manual)

  • Kane, Lawrence A. and Wilder, Kris, The Little Black Book of Violence. Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc. ASIN: B002H8ORS4. Paperback: 370 pages. Ymaa Publication Center; 3.2.2009 edition (April 16, 2009)

ISBN 1594391297. ISBN 978-1594391293

    • “America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards.”

- Claire Wolfe

- Claire Wolfe, 101 Things To Do 'Til The Revolution


  • Ross, John, Unintended Consequences. This is a fantastic novel about American gun owners pushed too far by the tyranny of the Feds. Unnecessarily risqué in parts and totally dismissive of any possible conspiracies, it is still must reading.

“Be Ready to Barter” Reference Book List

Guns and Survival Themed Movies and Videos

Some of James Wesley Rawles[1] and my Favorite Movies with Survival Themes:

A Proviso: None of these films except for City of Ember are suitable for children!

Internet Firearms Book Sources

Firearms Newsletters and Magazines

Shooting Gear

Shooting Gear

Gun and Parts Distributors

Gun Websites and Blogs

Gun Groups and Organizations

Government Agencies

Pro-Bill of Rights Groups


  1. The Survival Blog Bookshelf. Accessed February 20, 2015