Unintended Consequences
by John Ross

A big novel about a gun nut who defends himself against ATF agents and begins a revolution in modern-day America. The first couple hundred pages of the book is history rather than fiction. It explains the evolution of the gun-control laws in the USA and the simultaneous erosion of our rights. The book contains many detailed descriptions of guns and ammunition and aviation and air planes.

Gun nuts will love this stuff. The book is full of information of interest to libertarians. The real action starts around page 600 and continues to the end on page 861.

Year Read: 2005

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