In four videos, Law Shield Firearms Program Attorneys Michele Byington, Edwin Walker, and Richard Carter explain what gun owners can expect to happen if they have used a gun in self-defense:
Posts Tagged ‘Concealed Carry Laws’
Of course, Cheaper Than Dirt! sells products all across the country, but because we’re based in Texas, we do keep
The city of Washington, D.C. has dropped its appeal of the Palmer v. District of Columbia case, which forced the city to adopt a carry permitting structure.
On March 26, 2015, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ordered that Peruta v. San Diego will be re-heard
The Shooter’s Log does its’ best to keep you apprised of the latest threats to your Second Amendment freedoms and the efforts to expand
The Senate in my relatively gun-friendly state of Texas just recently passed a bill 20 to 11 that approves
I have received little sympathy for my winter weather complaints. From coworkers in Illinois to Facebook followers in Pennsylvania, those
Since 1995, former House Representative Cliff Stearns (R-Florida) had introduced a federal concealed carry reciprocity bill during his term
It has only been a few weeks since the Texas Legislature opened for its 2015 session and legislators have already filed over three
A guest post by Dr. John R. Lott, Jr., founder of the Crime Prevention Research Center (CPRC)
The Crime Prevention Research Center (CPRC) recently found two cases within
Another popular chain placates anti-gun group Moms Demand Action. Panera Bread, a place that says customers go in to
Since February 2010, federal law states that you may carry firearms into national parks in all common outdoor areas such
A report released July 9 by the Crime Prevention Research Center shows that as the number of concealed-carry permits
In the U.S. Law Shield and Texas Law Shield Forums, a member asked the lawyers:
Q: Would you carry this statement card with you and hand it to the police, or could it be interpreted as premeditation? Original card developed from a presentation given by Massad Ayoob.
In a March 2013 poll conducted by PoliceOne.com, a majority of law-enforcement personnel said universal background checks, “assault weapons” bans, and “high capacity” magazine bans do not make police safer and will not lower violent crime. Armed citizens, on the other hand, do make a positive difference.