Law Shield will be watching the progress of a recently filed lawsuit in Florida, in which a man named George Freeman is suing a variety of Tampa law-enforcement officers because
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If you carry a gun in the car, using your middle finger can get you in as much trouble as using your trigger finger. Watch what happened to a Law Shield Member after he flipped the bird
U.S. Law Shield saw that the U.S. Department of Justice has filed its opening brief with the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in Mance v. Lynch.
Texas Law Shield recently alerted gun owners about SB 437, a law slated to go into effect in September that extends protections for Class 3 devices
Law Shield recently warned its members that until September 1, they still have to obey tricky local knife laws in Texas — especially if they live in or travel to San Antonio and Corpus Christi.
Those two Texas cities were among the “10 Worst Anti-Knife Cities” in America for 2014 — San Antonio at No. 4 and Corpus Christi at No. 9, according to a national knife-rights organization.
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:
U.S. Law Shield and Texas Law Shield members asked program attorneys about the legal problems of taking concealed carry firearms
Several U.S. Law Shield and Texas Law Shield members asked the program attorneys about “serious bodily injury” and how
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
U.S. Law Shield is reporting that ATF has delayed the effective date for a new proposed regulation — Rule ATF 41P — that could affect
U.S. Law Shield and Texas Law Shield President Kirk Evans is worried that new laws recently passed in gun-hostile
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.