Bob Granger lives with his family on the Blue Hill Peninsula in a home which he and his wife built with stone from local quarries and trees cut and milled off his land. As a student at U Maine, he was the libelous editor of the student newspaper. Bob’s passions include running, hiking, soaring, hunting and defending against inroads to the 2nd Amendment. He serves as an instructor in firearms law and use of deadly force at concealed weapons courses around the state; he also represents state law enforcement officers involved in use of deadly force incidents. His varied work experience before becoming a lawyer includes commercial airline pilot, freight and air ambulance pilot, flight instructor, state law enforcement officer for the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, “hut boy” for the Appalachian Mount Club, front line fire fighter with the U.S. Forest Service, and farrier. Now he’s content to coach Little League, drive his son hundreds of miles weekly to play hockey for the Maine Junior Black Bears, and sight in his arsenal from the bow of his boat. Also, Bob is a Justice of the Peace, so if you need a search warrant, he is your man.