VIDEO & PHOTOS: Renowned Gun Rights Attorney Holds Question & Answer Event at Kava

A question and answer event held today gave gun-owners and soon-to-be owners valuable information regarding the ever-changing New Jersey laws, their rights, and more.

The event was hosted by WeShoot, featuring U.S. LawShield and renowned attorney Evan Nappen, who has been fighting for gun owners’ rights for over 30 years.

Attendees got to ask any Nappen any gun-related questions, and receive answers on the spot.

“I made a deal with law enforcement many years ago – you don’t offer legal advice and I won’t arrest anyone,” Nappen joked when asked about law enforcement knowing the laws the way he does.

In fact, Nappen for years has been educating prosecutors and judges with regards to New Jersey gun laws, and has prevented hundreds of New Jersey citizens from going to prison due to an alleged violation.

The event was sponsored by WeShoot, Kava and TLS.

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  1. In such a big town how come there aren’t any ben torah’s there. Is it a coincidence, or there is something wrong with guns.

    • no there is nothing wrong with guns in fact it is a mitzvah for those who can to obtain a license and to practice and improve their aim and also to properly maintain their own weapons which can save lives- whose lives?- those of our dear brothers and sisters!

      but that does not mean that this is an occupation for a ben Torah who lives on a spiritual level and is not worldly and who lives by sheer miracles by the power of Torah and prayer.

      • I was under the apparently wrong impression that someone who’s made alot of finacial among other sacrfices to keep learning for the majority of the day could be considered a Ben Torah. But if what you’re saying is true, I’m too worldly for that. We have serious problems here.

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