Many Chronicle readers will be surprised to learn that the recent defeat of the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2014 was
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A report released July 9 by the Crime Prevention Research Center shows that as the number of concealed-carry permits
Cheaper Than Dirt! Chronicle readers should know about a petition on whitehouse.gov seeking to get suppressors removed from
Several U.S. Law Shield and Texas Law Shield members asked the program attorneys about “serious bodily injury” and how
Living a stone’s throw outside of Chicago’s reach, I am continually barraged by Chi-town’s news and politics, but a
Gun owners lost another round in the courts last week when U.S. District Chief Judge Marcia Krieger ruled that Colorado’s
Shopping for ammunition can often seem like a daunting task. With consumer overload from the different brands and an abundance of
The collective experience of U.S. Law Shield’s 90,000 members has shown that if you own a gun, you can and
Unquestionably, the recent Abramski v. United States Supreme Court decision handed down June 16 is a setback. And if more gun owners
The Supreme Court just made staying on the right side of the law a lot more difficult for gun owners.
U.S. Law Shield is reporting that ATF has delayed the effective date for a new proposed regulation — Rule ATF 41P — that could affect
Gun Control has claimed 41 new victims. Fortunately, it did not claim any lives—just jobs. Century International Arms has
Have you ever heard the one about the politician offering assurances that no one is out to take away your
U.S. Law Shield and Texas Law Shield President Kirk Evans is worried that new laws recently passed in gun-hostile
Thousands of activist gun owners, angered over Connecticut’s Orwellian “Gun Violence Prevention and Child Safety Act,” gathered at the State Capitol in Hartford on a cooler-than-predicted Saturday in early April.
A guest post from Texas Law Shield.
Texas Law Shield Program Attorney Edwin Walker shares the story of a lawful gun owner who was illegally cited for a crime by overzealous police officers—open carry of a rifle for self-defense, not as a political statement.