What happens when you're denied a Texas License To Carry? Read this and find out causes for denial and what to do if this happens to you...
States of emergency pose unique safety risks. Many states have special regulations and plans in place for emergency management during these disasters...
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You’ve misplaced your permit to carry and just submitted a form in the mail for a replacement card. Does this impact your ability to carry in Colorado?
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Do you know if you are legally able to carry your firearm into banks in Colorado? Read this and find out what your state laws have to say...
Do you know what action to take if your firearm is ever lost or stolen? Read this article and find out what Colorado law says.
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A person I care about may be in trouble... Can I lend them my firearm to protect themselves in case something were to happen?
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When you purchase a gun and they take your information, is this creating a gun registry? Can the sale be traced back to you? Find out now...
You know that gun collecting dust and you haven't shot in a while? Well, have you thought about selling it? Here's how to conduct a private sale in...
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When a state of emergency has been declared, what happens? Do your rights change? Can the laws change? How can you be prepared? Read more...
Self-defense law has lots of intricacies. Arm yourself with knowledge, so if you're ever in a life-threatening situation you're prepared to defend yourself.
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Ever wonder if the use of force or the use of deadly force is justified if someone is on your property and stealing your car or your belongings inside?
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The following is a video transcript. You must be 18 years old to purchase a long gun and 21 to purchase a handgun. There are no other practical differences between the purchase of a long gun and a handgun, so you will recognize many of the steps to that process. That is: · You must... [Read More]
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