WERE YOUR GUNS OR AMMO SUBMERGED IN FLOOD WATERS? HERE’S WHAT TO DO AND NOT DO!

  Hurricanes Harvey and Irma wrought damage throughout the south recently, causing hundreds of thousands of homes to suffer water incursion from rain and floodwaters. And in the case of Hurricane Harvey, the flooding arose so quickly that most people did not have the opportunity to pack up their household belongings, including all their guns, …

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CONFUSED ABOUT KANSAS CITY’S OPEN CARRY LAWS?

In Missouri, the law permits both open and concealed carrying of firearms without a permit, subject to certain restrictions. Municipalities are allowed to enact ordinances restricting open carry within their own city limits, but may not ban the open carry of guns by anyone that possesses a valid concealed carry permit. One major city is …

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REPLACE YOUR LOST OR DAMAGED LTC FOR FREE

  On Tuesday, September 12, 2017, Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced that Texans that lost or had their license to carry a handgun damaged in the recent storm—Hurricane Harvey—can receive a replacement card free. In his announcement, Gov. Abbott said the State was waiving the usual $25 fee for a replacement card. Those with a …

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Hurricane Irma: Georgians Will Welcome Evacuating Gun Owners

With the prospect of a major storm event on the horizon for much of Florida, Georgians are welcoming thousands of friends, relatives, and those in need into their cities, towns, and homes. Floridians evacuating to Georgia will all find a warm welcome; those who lawfully own and carry firearms, in particular, will be happy to …

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September Means Doves, Geese, and Shotguns in Pennsylvania

The first week of September might seem too early for Pennsylvania bird hunting, but seasons for doves and geese start up this month. One advantage of these early hunts is that the birds are “uneducated” and unwary, and can really zoom into your set-ups and respond to your calls. But do you know the ins …

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Oklahoma Game Wardens: What You Need to Know

Robert Robles, Independent Program Attorney for U.S. LawShield in Oklahoma, breaks down the power of Oklahoma game wardens, which is considerable. [Full Transcript Below Video]   Let me talk to you today about hunting laws in the state of Oklahoma. What are the powers of Oklahoma game wardens? Well, there are many. [Their] number-one power …

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Georgia Conservation Rangers: What You Need to Know

Matt Kilgo, Independent Program Attorney for U.S. LawShield in Georgia, tells you why conservation rangers are police, just with more power. [Full Transcript Below Video]   Game wardens are the police, also known in state law as Conservation Rangers, and have the full power of law enforcement officers, and they have some of the most wide-ranging jurisdiction of …

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