The Dangers of the ’21-Foot Rule’

When gun owners and shooters talk about the 21-foot rule, most are actually referring to the “Tueller Drill,” which was not a rule at all and which now confuses a lot of well-intentioned gun owners. What is the so-called “21-foot rule?” Where did it come from? What does it mean for the civilian gun owner? These questions …

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Court Stops 10+ Magazine Ban, For Now

A federal judge has temporarily blocked a voter-approved California law that would have forced gun owners to give up standard-capacity ammunition magazines holding 10 rounds or more. To get into compliance with the law, California gun owners would have been allowed move them out of state, sell them to a licensed dealer, destroy them, or hand …

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Great Texas Member Perks To Use Today!

Hi, Texas Law Shield Members: We wanted to let you know about some fantastic deals you are eligible for through our 2A Member Perks program, including discounts on training, range fees, and LTC classes. For instance, AWATT (short for Advanced Weapons and Training Tactics) is offering 10% off all training courses for TLS members. The …

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Legal Q&A: Can Police Use ‘Textalyzers’ Without a Warrant?

 Q: I recently saw a NBC news video that shows police with a new device that they plug into your phone and can see if you were texting while driving. It showed them pulling over drivers and using this device. It’s my understanding that SCOTUS (Supreme Court of the United States) ruled they need a warrant …

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As Temperatures Go Up in Pennsylvania, So Does Road Rage

A recent national television report asserted that road-rage incidents are becoming more common and more deadly, with the latest incident taking place in Pennsylvania, in which a man is alleged to have shot and killed a teenage girl during a traffic merge. Click to watch level-headed advice from Justin McShane, your Independent Program Attorney, about …

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As Temperatures Go Up in Virginia, So Does Road Rage

A recent national television report asserted that road-rage incidents are becoming more common and more deadly, with the latest incident taking place in Pennsylvania, in which a man is alleged to have shot and killed a teenage girl during a traffic merge. Click to watch level-headed advice from your Independent Program Attorney about what to …

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As Temperatures Go Up in Georgia, So Does Road Rage

A recent national television report asserted that road-rage incidents are becoming more common and more deadly, with the latest incident taking place in Pennsylvania, in which a man is alleged to have shot and killed a teenage girl during a traffic merge. Click to watch level-headed advice from your Independent Program Attorney about what to …

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As Temperatures Go Up in Missouri, So Does Road Rage

A recent national television report asserted that road-rage incidents are becoming more common and more deadly, with the latest incident taking place in Pennsylvania, in which a man is alleged to have shot and killed a teenage girl during a traffic merge. Click to watch level-headed advice from your Independent Program Attorney about what to …

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As Temperatures Go Up in Oklahoma, So Does Road Rage

A recent national television report asserted that road-rage incidents are becoming more common and more deadly, with the latest incident taking place in Pennsylvania, in which a man is alleged to have shot and killed a teenage girl during a traffic merge. Click to watch level-headed advice from your Independent Program Attorney about what to …

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As Temperatures Go Up in Colorado, So Does Road Rage

A recent national television report asserted that road-rage incidents are becoming more common and more deadly, with the latest incident taking place in Pennsylvania, in which a man is alleged to have shot and killed a teenage girl during a traffic merge. Click to watch level-headed advice from your Independent Program Attorney about what to …

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