Georgia Reciprocity Agreements Expand to 32 States

U.S. Law Shield of Georgia recently reported that Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law Act 15, a measure that gives Georgians greater freedom to travel with their firearms because valid concealed carry permits from the Peach State are now recognized in Virginia and vice versa. This update lists all the states Georgia has reciprocity with …

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Defending Your Home—and Yourself—in Georgia

“Castle Doctrine” and “Stand Your Ground” are self-defense laws that protect you in your home, car, and out in public. To learn how the laws work, click to watch Independent Program Attorney Matt Kilgo explain the details. Castle Doctrine and Stand Your Ground Laws in Georgia

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Pennsylvania: Preemption and School-Staff Carry Firearms Bills Moving

In the Keystone State, two bills that bolster gun rights are moving through the General Assembly. HB 671 would toughen existing law to ensure that firearms and ammunition laws are consistent throughout the state. Reason: Many local governments have enacted gun-control ordinances in violation of the current preemption law. The Pennsylvania legislature enacted state firearms …

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Defending Your Home—and Yourself—in Pennsylvania

“Castle Doctrine” and “Stand Your Ground” are self-defense laws that protect you in your home, car, and out in public. To learn how the laws work, click to watch Independent Program Attorney Justin McShane explain the details. Castle Doctrine and Stand Your Ground Laws in Pennsylvania

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Defending Your Home—and Yourself—in Colorado

  “Castle Doctrine” and “Stand Your Ground” are self-defense laws that protect you in your home, car, and out in public. To learn how the laws work, click to watch Independent Program Attorney Doug Richards explain the details. Castle Doctrine and Stand Your Ground Laws in Colorado

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Defending Your Home—and Yourself—in Virginia

“Castle Doctrine” and “Stand Your Ground” are self-defense laws that protect you in your home, car, and out in public. To learn how these laws work, click to watch Independent Program Attorney Ed Riley explain the details. Castle Doctrine and Stand Your Ground Laws in Virginia  

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Now In Stock — ‘Virginia Gun Law: Armed And Educated’

Dear Members: U.S. Law Shield has received copies of the first-ever Virginia Gun Law: Armed And Educated, a comprehensive handbook written to provide essential law every Virginia gun owner needs to know! We are ready to ship books to members today! If you’re a U.S. Law Shield of Virginia member, you need this book to gain a clear explanation …

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Defending Your Home—and Yourself—in Oklahoma

“Castle Doctrine” and “Stand Your Ground” are self-defense laws that protect you in your home, car, and out in public. To learn how these laws work, click to watch Independent Program Attorney Robert Robles explain the details. Castle Doctrine and Stand Your Ground Laws in Oklahoma

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Oklahoma: One Pro-Gun Bill Is Still Alive; One Fails

House Bill 2322, which would strengthen state firearms preemption laws to stop a complex patchwork of regulations across the state from occurring, has passed out of the Senate Judiciary Committee and is now in the Senate, where it will await full consideration. Local ordinances make it difficult for responsible firearm owners to ensure they are …

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Criminals Strike Close to Home

Criminals can strike anywhere at any time. You should always be prepared and carry your gun just like Luis, one of our members from Texas. He saw a pair of criminals trying to break into his neighbor’s car and he knew exactly what he had to do to stop them.

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