Ricochet Confessions Of A Gun Lobbyist qRicochet tells the truth. With each page I can hear the echo of footsteps down the Rayburn Building's marbled halls as Feldman tells the intimate story few know and even fewer survive.q aJack Brooks (D-Tex.), former Chairman, U.S. House Judiciary Committee qRicochet casts an eye-opening spotlight on the shadowy world of behind-the-scenes gun politics. Is it accurate? Absolutely! I was there.q aJohn Aquilino, former Director, NRA Public Education qRicochet is right on target. Feldman's behind-the-scenes memoir vividly describes America's firearms debate and struggle to win in extraordinary detail. I thoroughly enjoyed it.q aJohn W. Magaw, former Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearmsaquot;Manny actually resigned after the summer of a#39;90 but stayed on for the SHOT Show in January of a#39;91 The huge SHOT (Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade) Show was held each year in Las Vegas, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, or Orlandoa mostanbsp;...
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