Paladin Press, which he co-founded in 1970 with Lt Col (Ret.) Robert K. Brown of Soldier of Fortune Magazine fame, was called the Professional Action Library for a reason, and he made sure that all Paladin books and videos met the standards of professionals and action/adventure enthusiasts.
Peder firmly believed that the First Amendment guaranteed Americans the right to read about whatever subjects they desired, and he pushed all the limits he could in both his professional and personal life to protect this most fundamental right.
“Peder was always a doer, and we at Paladin take comfort in the fact that he died doing what he loved most.” said the official statement from Paladin Press.
“It can easily be argued that Peder invented the genre of publishing, with in-depth instructional coverage of guns, training, tactics and techniques, that AmmoLand News and many others on the digital web and Youtube take for granted today. He just did it “old School”, in print and paper. Who knows what Peder was up to in Finland on his last trip, but I am comforted to know …Read the Rest