Believe it or not, a new kind of "Red Flag" gun law active in 24 states can get your guns confiscated for nothing more than a Facebook comment.

This terrible new law works like this...

If anyone reports your Facebook activity as a "red flag" -- and if they can get a judge to agree -- law enforcement shows up and takes your guns.

That's it.

Like I said, this new law is already active in 24 states. And many more are looking to pass it soon.

It could soon be implemented nationwide.

But there is 1 guaranteed way to make sure this law doesn’t take your guns... even if someone thinks you’re a “red flag.”

It's all explained in the new Guerrilla Gun Guide -- which is being handed out FREE today.

This book is the patriot's "2nd Amendment Bible" for ensuring this new wave of radical anti-gun laws never interfere with your God-given right to bear arms.

In an act of protest against these disgusting new laws, the publishers are handing out a limited number of copies at no-cost.

You can grab your FREE hardcopy here.

ATTN: This guide is not sold in stores. Because it’s filled with the most up-to-date information on exploiting loopholes the publishers choose not to sell it in regular bookstores.

Inside, you'll discover things like...
  Plus much more.

Normally $47, the publishers are giving away copies of this book for the next 3 days, or until they run out of copies.

They said there are 66 Free copies left... so click here to get yours before they’re gone.


P.S.You can stick your head in the sand and pretend your guns will never be taken… or you can take this simple step to learn how to guarantee they aren’t.


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