Alan KorwinAlan Korwin wrote his first book, The Arizona Gun Owner’s Guide, in 1989. It is now in its 25th edition with nearly 200,000 copies in print.

He went on to write or co-write nine more books on gun laws, including state guides for California, Florida, Texas and Virginia, the unabridged federal guides Gun Laws of America and Supreme Court Gun Cases, his 11th, which debuted in 2008, is The Heller Case: Gun Rights Affirmed!, and his latest, After You Shoot, about the deadly loophole in self-defense law.

With his wife Cheryl he operates Bloomfield Press, which has grown into the largest publisher and distributor of gun-law books in America.

His website, gunlaws.com, features a free National Directory to every gun law in the country and more than 250 books and DVDs for gun owners and the freedom movement.

Alan’s blog, PageNine.org, is carried by scores of paper and online outlets. Rumors about his outrageous political parody band, The Cartridge Family, cannot be confirmed.

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