AR Rifles For Deer Hunting in Texas? Of Course!

AR-10s are the bigger brothers to the smaller caliber AR-15s, and the 10’s are chambered in definite big-game calibers, usually.243 Win and up. I was deer hunting in one of my favorite places in the world, the Mississippi Delta, near Yazoo City, Mississippi. And I was using one of my favorite types of deer-hunting firearms: …

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Sportsman Law Seminars to Kick-off RCC Series of Events

  Dear Members, Did you know that more than 16,000 violations are recorded by Texas Game Wardens every year? It’s a fact that mistakes in the woods and on water happen, and while they may be unintentional, you may be breaking the law. Texas wildlife laws are surprisingly complicated, which is why we are partnering …

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Guns and Boats in Pennsylvania

Independent Program Attorney Justin McShane: I don’t know about you, but I am so thankful its summertime. And with summer, comes boats and boating. A lot of the questions we get here at U.S. Law Shield of Pennsylvania surround acts and circumstances having to do with a boat in boating. One of the big questions …

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gun safety 101 blackboard

Take Our Poll: Should Gun-Safety Education Be Taught in Schools?

Members: We’d like to hear from you about the topic of gun education in public schools. Should your children be introduced to gun safety through educational programs held at the elementary, middle school, or high school levels? Or is this kind of instruction something you would rather reserve for yourself? “Gun education is currently not …

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Back to School 2017: New Firearms Laws You Need to Know in Texas

  Edwin Walker, Independent Program Attorney for Texas Law Shield: Well, back-to-school time is almost here, so let’s talk a little bit about the relationship between schools and guns. I’m Edwin Walker, Independent Program Attorney for Texas Law Shield. As of August 1st, 2017, it will become legal for LTC holders to take their concealed …

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Campus Carry Part II Kicks Off at Texas Community and Junior Colleges

The application of the state’s Campus Carry Law at community and junior colleges across Texas kicked off with a whimper—not a bang—on Tuesday (Aug. 1), to no surprise of TSRA Legislative Director Alice Tripp. “This effort started in 2007 and we’ve gone through four sessions of the Legislature and 10 public hearings,” said Tripp, who …

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Two U.S. & Texas LawShield members giving the thumbs up.

Member Perks Work

There’s a common belief that if you work hard, then you should play hard too. We couldn’t agree more, which is why we’re a fan of member perks. Were you aware that with your U.S. and Texas LawShield® membership you receive special perks? By educating our member family, we create a responsible, law-abiding member-base. We …

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Minor Children Self-Defense Coverage

Leaving your child home alone for the first time can be daunting. You might worry that something bad may happen while you are away from the house. In this case, you may ask yourself, “What if someone tries to break in while my child is home alone?” or “Will my child understand the castle doctrine …

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Senator Kid Rock? What That Might Mean for 2A Rights

  When the media floated the idea that singer, songwriter, and musician Kid Rock was considering a run for the Michigan U.S. Senate seat currently held by Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), certainly a good number of Americans took to social media to openly scorn the thought of the rocker showman taking on a three-term politician. That …

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Bill Allowing Permitless Concealed Carry On The Move in North Carolina

  The North Carolina General Assembly returned to work on Aug. 3, with Second Amendment supporters eyeing the Senate for action on an omnibus gun bill which would include permitless concealed carry. House Bill 746 moved to the Senate in June after House members approved it by a tight vote of 64-51. The bill, introduced …

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