Social Security Gun-Reporting Reversal Headed to Trump

  The U.S. Senate (57-43) and the U.S. House of Representatives (235-180) have both passed H.J.Res.40, important gun-owners’ rights legislation that now heads to President Donald Trump. The measure would block the implementation of an Obama-era rule under which the Social Security Administration (SSA) would report the names of tens of thousands of beneficiaries annually …

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Training: Simple Trigger Drill to Fix Flinching

  Adam Painchaud, director of the SIG Sauer Academy in New Hampshire, teaches a simple pistol drill that can improve your trigger-finger discipline and overall accuracy. If you know you’re flinching in anticipation of the shot, then work on correcting it by trying this drill.

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Upcoming North Carolina Seminars & Workshops

  Think owning a gun is all the protection you need? The fact is that innocent gun owners go to jail every day just for exercising their right of self-defense. Don’t let it happen to you! Find out how to protect yourself after you’ve pulled the trigger by attending one of our interesting and informative …

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Before Your 9-1-1 Call: Six Quick Tips

  Every day the news reports that some of our fellow citizens get out of control and make mistakes in how they comport themselves, and that can lead to hard feelings, then need to defend yourself, and then maybe a call to 9-1-1 after matters have been settled. If you have to call 9-1-1 for help, …

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Georgia: If Someone Threatens to Kill You, Can You Shoot?

U.S. Law Shield of Georgia Independent Program Attorney Matt Kilgo says that Members ask him all the time what they can legally do to repel or stop an attack. The answer, he says, is “It depends.” In the video below, he discusses the legal concepts of threat of force, force, and deadly force, and what the bad guy …

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Colorado: If Someone Threatens to Kill You, Can You Shoot?

U.S. Law Shield of Colorado Independent Program Attorney Doug Richards says that Members ask him all the time what they can legally do to repel an attack. The answer, he says, is based on specific facts that differ from situation to situation. He also notes that “rarely” will threats alone allow you to respond with …

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Virginia: If Someone Threatens to Kill You, Can You Shoot?

  U.S. Law Shield of Virginia Independent Program Attorney Ed Riley says that Members ask him all the time how much force they can use to repel an attack. The answer, he says, is “reasonable force.” He also notes that Virginia is a stand-your-ground state, with one major exception. Click the video below to hear his “must-know” advice. …

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Virginia: Six Pro-Rights Bills Moving to Governor’s Desk

  U.S. Law Shield of Virginia Members will be happy to hear that several pro-rights gun bills are headed to the Governor Terry McAuliffe’s desk for his signature or veto, Independent Program Attorneys Ed Riley and Mitch Wells report: HB1432 by Delegate R. Lee Ware (R, House District 65) authorizes any person to carry a switchblade …

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Upcoming Georgia Seminars & Workshops

Think owning a gun is all the protection you need? The fact is that innocent gun owners go to jail every day just for exercising their right of self-defense. Don’t let it happen to you! Find out how to protect yourself after you’ve pulled the trigger by attending one of our events. Get the facts …

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Upcoming Oklahoma Seminars & Workshops

  Think owning a gun is all the protection you need? The fact is that innocent gun owners go to jail every day just for exercising their right of self-defense. Don’t let it happen to you! Find out how to protect yourself after you’ve pulled the trigger by attending one of our events. Get the …

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