I have mentioned Ashley Varner as the ringer who showed up Friday claiming she was going to do miserably at Steel Challenge Saturday morning, and then kicked ass, well, I didn't mention that she used to work in Public Affairs at NRA, and is now working with attorney Brian Ciyou, of Indianapolis, who has just published the above book and website.
My first reaction was that it would be difficult to keep up-to-date with a moving target like gun laws on a website; for a dead-tree edition you'd have to publish a three ring binder with subscriptions for quarterly updates!
So, we'll see how many new hard-copy editions have to be released.
In addition to individual state laws, contents include:
- Chapter Two: What is Reciprocity?
- Chapter Three: Where is the Law?
- Chapter Four: Determining Lawful Reciprocal Carry and Law
- Chapter Five: Key Definitions
- Chapter Six: Common Acronyms
- Chapter Seven: Myth-Busters
- PART II: INTERSTATE TRANSPORTATION
- Chapter Eight: Right to Interstate Transportation
- Chapter Nine: Flying On a Scheduled Commercial Airline Flight
- Chapter Ten: Amtrak
- Chapter Eleven: Bus Lines
- Chapter Twelve: Driving by Private Transportation
- PART III: FEDERAL PROPERTY
- Chapter Thirteen: Federal Property and Lands
- Chapter Fourteen: Federal Buildings
- Chapter Fifteen: National Parks and Wildlife Refuges
- Chapter Sixteen: Federal Courts and Courthouses
- PART IV: FEDERAL REGULATION
- Chapter Seventeen: Schools and School Zones
- Chapter Eighteen: Airports and Aircraft
- PART V: STATE, LOCAL, AND OTHER REGULATION
- Chapter Nineteen: Areas/Places and Events/Gatherings
- Chapter Twenty: State Administrative Agency Regulations
- Chapter Twenty One: Local Ordinances
- Chapter Twenty Two: Private Property
- PART VI: USE OF FORCE
- Chapter Twenty Three: Criminal Law (Legal Justification to
- Violate the Law through Deadly Force)
- Chapter Twenty Four: Civil Liability
- Chapter Twenty Five: Wisdom from a Death-Penalty Qualified Criminal Defense Attorney
Almost forgot: Brian is also the author of the Indiana Firearms Law Reference Manual, for you Hoosiers out there, and maintains the website Gun Shows Today.