The 85th Texas Legislature adjourned on May 29, and in the session, legislators passed several bills that enhance gun-owners’ rights in the state. Following are descriptions of several bills that have passed the Legislature and have either been signed or are awaiting Gov. Abbott’s signature:
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U.S. Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) has introduced the NSSF-supported Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act (S.446), a companion to the House of Representatives bipartisan bill introduced by U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson (R-N.C.).
When U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo, R-Idaho, recently introduced a measure in the U.S. Senate to make it easier for hunters and shooters to purchase suppressors to protect their hearing—and a similar measure was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives—those who understand the topic were appreciative of the effort.
The election of November 8, 2016, caused in elation to many and sorrow to others. Regardless whom you voted for in the Presidential election, we should all be feeling more than a little sorrow for the residents of California. In fact, we should be downright outraged. While California has never been known as being overly friendly to gun owners or manufacturers, new laws have truly changed the game and made it easier than ever for residents or travelers to run afoul of the law.
A recent University of South Florida Sunshine State Survey shows that 56 percent of adult Floridians are in favor of allowing trained staff to carry firearms on school campuses.
In this video, Kirk Evans, president of Texas Law Shield and U.S. Law Shield, goes over the civil implications of
Many gun owners have asked us what the likely effects of President Obama’s recently announced executive actions will be, and because we’re not lawyers, we’ve been reluctant to forecast
Have better words ever been uttered? “The Senate delivered a devastating blow to President Obama’s agenda to regulate guns by
Now that the New York Times has openly shown its true colors by putting an opinion piece on the front page and calling for gun confiscation,
When Colorado’s Larimer County district attorney filed a charge for possessing high-capacity magazines against 29-year-old David Moscow on October 26, 2015, it may have been the first such use of the law
After the Democrats failed in their “forced vote-a-thon” on universal background checks, no-fly no-buy policy,
In June 2015, Texas passed a law (S.B. 11) allowing concealed carry on Texas state colleges and universities. However, public institutions
Do you think Obama’s anti-gun administration will find a way to implement universal background checks? The Dems’ new term “terrorist loophole”
Parents nationwide who love the 2nd Amendment and are trying to decide which college to pay for should know that,
There was welcome news this week…We like reading headlines such as, “Ohio Eliminates Gun Free Zones” and “Open Carry Passes
U.S. Law Shield warned its members and others across the country not to travel to Los Angeles with any 10+ magazines after Nov. 18, 2015—unless a suit to stop the city’s newest magazine ban is successful.