After more than a year of development and research and thousands of hours of time distilling law into a format specifically for gun owners, U.S. Law Shield will soon be shipping Pennsylvania Gun Law: Armed And Educated. It’s available for pre-order now!
This comprehensive handbook was written to provide essential law every Pennsylvania gun owner needs to know! It was written by experienced Pennsylvania attorneys Justin McShane and Michael Giaramita, Jr. in a manner everyone can understand. The authors are passionate legal professionals and defenders of our Second Amendment right to bear arms.
Pennsylvania Gun Law: Armed And Educated is different than other books available it contains not only black-letter law, but it also explains how the courts interpret that law. This is not a book that just cuts and pastes statutes together. It goes way beyond by giving the reader a detailed legal analysis (with real-world examples) of specific laws important to firearms owners and clears up many myths and misconceptions about gun law, including when a person can legally shoot, as well as what to do “after bang!”
Some of the important topics covered include:
The law of justification: When can you be legally excused under the law?
The law of self-defense: When can you legally shoot?
When can you protect property with deadly force?
Can you use deadly force against an animal?
What does a jury think about using firearms in self-defense?
And much, much more!
If you’re a U.S. Law Shield of Pennsylvania member, you’ll need this book to gain a clear explanation of how the law came to be, how it’s interpreted for this state, and how it’s going to be applied.
For a limited time, U.S. Law Shield Members will receive 10% off their purchase of Pennsylvania Gun Law: Armed And Educated by entering the Promo Code LAUNCH at checkout. Because it could happen to you anytime, anywhere, make sure you know the law in order to protect yourself!
Vice President of Member Services
U.S. Law Shield
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