This is yet another installment in the VODA series of educational books. In this book I’m taking the time out to talk directly to the preteens and teenagers of the world. But let me be even more specific, I’m addressing the teens of the urban environment. It was my professional position that our pre-teens/teens needed someone that to talk to them about not only firearms and firearm safety. But they really did need someone to talk to them about issues that actually matter to them. Those issues are peer pressure, gangs and violence, mental health, and school shooters. Moreover, I thought that it was also appropriate to talk to them about social media, rap music, drugs and alcohol, entertainment, video games, Hollywood Films and how they play a major role in the violence that they tend to imitate and engage in. I’ve also touched on Competitive Shooting, Cowboy Action Shooting and the Shooting Sports and the general use of firearms in self-defense.
This book is a short read but well worth reading and is a must have as there is nothing on the bookshelves like it. I stand by it - I guarantee it.
Be sure to pick up a copy of “The Woman’s Firearm Guide” as well. Ladies that book is specifically for you.