Howdy, I read this book probably 5 years ago (borrowed from a friend). I was wondering if others who have read it thought well of it, thought it was trash, found some parts good, other parts not-so-good, etc. What prompted me to initiate this thread, was that I looked for it on Amazon (because I'd like to have a copy), and found much there very startling: no copy can be had for less than $100, (for a book from an obscure author that sold for $28.95 new), and recent efforts to republish (softcover) are hesitant or perhaps purposefully repressed. Over 400 reviews. 11 unfavorable. These discoveries mesh with my own feelings about the book: although I found much to be disliked, since reading it, I cannot get portions of it out of my head. One reviewer rates it as "life-changing". I may not go that far, but it is a deeply affecting book, even with (what seem to me) obvious flaws, and truthfully some amateurish journalism. Brief plot scenario (from memory): Rich kid becomes interested in guns, exploration of the history (and deterioration) of gun rights in America, Rich kid (equipped with his weapon knowledge and other skills of friends) starts an embryonic revolution against the Federal Government that mushrooms into potential turnover. Readers? Curious prospective readers?