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New documentary film on the Second Amendment

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by DaveHardy, Dec 20, 2006.

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  1. DaveHardy

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    I released it yesterday. It's available online at http://www.secondamendmentdocumentary.com/ . It has, oh, Joyce Malcolm, Steve Halbrook, Dave Kopel, Don Kates, plus a dozen professors of law, Gary Kleck on self defense, etc, etc.
     
  2. SHOOT1SAM

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    You released it yesterday and I ordered it today!

    Thanks and welcome.

    Sam
     
  3. Don't Tread On Me

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    Welcome Mr. Hardy. It is a pleasure to see an authority on the subject of the Second Amendment find THR.


    Thanks for the link to the DVD.
     
  4. El Tejon

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    Welcome to THR, Mr. Hardy. I've been reading your work for some time now.
     
  5. HKUSP45C

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    w00t! Got mine ... looks good. By that I mean I bought one, not actually recieved it.
     
  6. Taipei Personality

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    I ordered a copy today. Thanks for your hard work on this!
     
  7. PILMAN

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    Thanks, am looking into ordering it.
     
  8. xd9fan

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    awaiting my copy...thanks for your hard work!
     
  9. xd9fan

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    Watched the movie again. Great stuff. I'm ordering more copies.....thinking the library needs one....

    how would I go about getting a college to list it?
     
  10. Bartholomew Roberts

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    Did you get Saul Cornell in there? ;)
     
  11. gunsmith

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    wecome to thr !!!

    Very glad to have you on board sir!
     
  12. Travis McGee

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    Thanks!

    Now don't be a stranger. You will find that THR is the "cream" of gun sites, where civility and class are the order of the day.
     
  13. MDHunter

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    Ordered 3 - Thanks

    1 for me

    1 for my hunting buddy (who forgot to vote)

    1 for lending to anyone who might need a quick history lesson


    Michael
     
  14. TexasRifleman

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    If that's the same one that was reviewed in the last issue of First Freedom then I have ordered a couple of copies.

    Looks very interesting.
     
  15. xd9fan

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    yup TexasSIGman it is.
     
  16. HKUSP45C

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    Got mine last night and watched it. I must say it was money VERY well spent. Great history and a notable lack of camo-dressed, turkey-gun-toting, beer-gutted internet ninjas.

    Just a bunch of academics giving a focused history lesson and arriving at a seemingly objective conclusion based on facts. This should be required viewing for all Americans and review material for new law makers.

    My hat is off to you sir. A fine piece of work and one I will enjoy many times over. A great addition to my library and cheap at twice the price.

    Well done! Keep up the good work.
     
  17. armedandsafe

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    Mine came in yesterday. Luckily, yesterday was a rainy, icky day, so I had an excuse to watch it all.

    Thank you, sir, for a very well done history lesson. Even though I already knew most of what was presented, seeing it presented in such a cohesive and cogent manner drives the truth home so well. I now have a new weapon in my arsenal. :D

    Pops
     
  18. Taipei Personality

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    I received and watched the documentary yesterday and finished his book today. Well done on both counts!
     
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