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Anniversary autographed book special from JPFO

JPFO has just announced a 25th-anniversary classic book package. It includes:

  • A copy of RebelFire: Out of the Gray Zone personally autographed by me to you (or the person of your choice)
  • A copy of The Mitzvah personally autographed by L. Neil Smith.
  • The actual 25th-anniversary JPFO pens used to sign your books. (Two books, two pens.)
  • A JPFO 25th-anniversary tee-shirt featuring a message directed at our First Amendment friends who may not understand how important the Second Amendment is for them.

The package is $72 postpaid and only 25 will be sold.

Neil and I send the books to you directly. JPFO sends the shirt.

More detail on the books here.

This benefits Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership in its 25th year. NFI on my part (unless RebelFire eventually starts earning royalties).

5 Comments

  1. Claire
    Claire February 24, 2014 6:18 pm

    BTW, FYI: 19 anniversary book packages left as of the end of the business day on Monday.

  2. Ragnar
    Ragnar February 26, 2014 12:31 pm

    I was late to this parade! Do I have a signed copy of RebelFire??? I don’t recall but there is a nice stack on display in my cabinet.
    I’m pretty sure I do not have an L. Neil Smith…
    I can’t have Claire Wolfe, Vin Suprynowicz and Victor Milan without L. Neil to accompany them.
    I’ll be back… rushing over to the JPFO to check availability.

  3. Ragnar
    Ragnar February 26, 2014 12:44 pm

    Woo Hoo! Got one… and was a good chance to renew my membership and restock on the business cards. Best thing I’ve done all week.
    Now off to spread the word and get the rest sold.

  4. Claire
    Claire February 26, 2014 4:09 pm

    Ragnar, you’re a prince!

    Still 16 or 17 book packages left (not sure) and I told JPFO that you were off to FB to drum up a little more interest. Salutes! And thanks.

  5. Ragnar
    Ragnar February 27, 2014 9:36 am

    Sadly, everyone offers their full support to the FO page… until money becomes involved. Funny how that works.
    I had a great local girl with a rare disability that we raised over $20,000 for doing a local benefit chili feed and a big benefit auction.
    I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to take the cause to the FO page for her GoFundMe campaign.
    I noted that if each person on the page would kick in $2 we’d have made a big difference and raised over $16,000 for her.
    Somehow, the room fell mainly silent, and only a couple of contributions came through… Yes, it’s funny how that works.

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