Attorney Nappen's recent publication, New Hampshire Gun Law is now available for purchase. Click HERE to purchase the book.
This publication is the culmination of Attorney Nappen's over 25 years of experience in the area of firearm law and his study of New Hampshire and Federal gun, knife, and weapons law. It is an invaluable tool for those whose lives are affected by these issues. It is also an expression of Attorney Nappen's dedication to the preservation of individual rights.
Do you carry a knife? You need this book! Knife Laws of the U.S.: Loopholes, Pitfalls & Secrets is the first and most comprehensive book ever published on federal and state knife laws. Nationally-known knife rights attorney Evan F. Nappen explains, in easy-to-understand terms, everything you need to know about the knife laws where you live.
• Which knives are legal to own and carry in each state, and which knives aren't.
• Switchblades, ballistic, gravity, and other knives explained.
• What to do if you're arrested, and what not to do.
• Your rights as a knife owner.
• Tips to avoid legal problems.
Avoid potential jail time and a criminal record with Knife Laws of the U.S.: Loopholes, Pitfalls & Secrets. It is THE indispensable guide to knife laws for knife owners, carriers, collectors, dealers, writers, manufacturers, attorneys, and law enforcement.
NEW JERSEY GUN LAW
by Evan F. Nappen, Attorney at Law
NEW JERSEY GUN LAW is a comprehensive presentation of over 120 major topics of New Jersey gun law, presented in an easy-to-read FAQ format. Additionally, the book contains a valuable set of appendices providing the reader with instant access to New Jersey and Federal firearm statutes and code. The new edition contains explanation of the new laws signed by Governor Christie, topic updates and new chapters on knives, gun buy-backs, privacy, and much, much more. The book is now over 500 pages, 8.5 x 11.
NEW JERSEY GUN LAW IS "NAPPEN 5"
NEW JERSEY GUN LAW is over 500 pages long, 8.5" x 11",
perfect binding, black and white interior ink and available now.