By Andrew Branca
July 21, 2013

I don’t know if it’s ever happened before, but somehow I was lucky enough to get mentioned prominently not just once today, but twice, on the fantastic Ace of Spades HQ blog.

First mention came in the Sunday morning gun thread, because of my daily coverage of the Zimmerman trial:

Gun Thread 7/21/2013: Stand Your Ground On Stand Your Ground Laws

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Next came mention in the Sunday morning book thread, because of the release of my book, “The Law of Self Defense, 2nd Edition”:

Sunday Morning Book Thread 07-21-2013: All Zimmerman, All the Time

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Thanks a ton, Ace and co-bloggers!

In appreciation, I’ve made a discount coupon code available for all the Ace morons.  Use “LOSD2-AOS” at checkout to get $10 off plus free shipping.  This coupon will be available only until my wife finds out about it, so act fast!  🙂

–Andrew

 


Andrew F. Branca is an MA lawyer and author of the seminal book “The Law of Self Defense,, 2nd Edition” now available at www.lawofselfdefense.com and also at Amazon.com as either a hardcopy or in Kindle version.

You can follow Andrew on Twitter on @LawSelfDefense and using #LOSD2, on Facebook,, and at his blog, The Law of Self Defense.

Get to know Andrew

Andrew F. Branca, Esq., is the foremost expert in U.S. self defense law across all 50 states, whose expertise has been used by the the Wall Street Journal, the Chicago Tribune, NPR, numerous other media organizations, as well as many private, state and federal agencies. He is a Massachusetts lawyer, Life Member of the National Rifle Association (NRA), and Adjunct Instructor on the Law of Self Defense at the SigSauer Academy in Epping, NH. He regularly lectures and speaks throughout the country on how to protect yourself against both an attack and the legal machine after. Andrew is a multi-division Master-class competitor in IDPA and an NRA-certified firearms instructor. He holds or has held concealed carry permits for Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine, Pennsylvania, Florida, Utah, Virginia, and other states.