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Oh Deer! It’s Deer Season in Texas!

Deer hunting season is upon us. Don't fall prey to Texas hunting laws this season. Make sure you are armed and prepared before hit the open road.

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Red Flag Laws: Are they coming for YOUR guns?!

On February 14, 2018, a nineteen-year-old former student walked into the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, and fatally shot 17 people. There was an immediate national outcry to “do something” to stop the violence. When information emerged that the shooter had documented mental health issues, lawmakers across the country began pushing for... [Read More]

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The Federal Bump Stock Ban Explained

Florida and New Jersey Members: Bump stocks are already illegal under state law. For more information, please call U.S. LawShield and ask to speak to your Independent Program Attorney.   The following is a video transcript. Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker has just signed a national ban on bump stocks, expected to go into effect... [Read More]

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Knock! Knock! – Show Us Your Glock

What to Expect & How to Protect Yourself from the New Jersey Murphy Magazine Ban By U.S. LawShield Independent Program Attorney Evan F. Nappen The Murphy Magazine Ban WILL be enforced. It is only a question of what degree it will be enforced against honest gun owners. “The New Jersey State Police corresponded with Breitbart... [Read More]

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3D-Printed Guns: What is The Law?

3D-printed guns are a hot-button issue. The Liberator took center stage in 2013 when blueprints were released for this 3D-printed, fully-operational single-shot pistol. The inventor of the Liberator, Cody Wilson, started a company called Defense Distributed for the purpose of sharing his invention with the world. Thousands downloaded the blueprints, allowing them to print a... [Read More]

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Gun Rights Groups Challenge Ohio Firearms Regulations

Gun rights activists have filed lawsuits against the city of Columbus regarding Ohio gun regulations. City leaders approved a broad package of regulations that made carrying a firearm after suffering a disability a misdemeanor and prohibited the brandishing of imitation firearms in public. The city also has approved the banning of so-called “rate-of-fire firearms enhancers,”... [Read More]

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217 School Districts Allow Staff to Carry Guns in Texas

After the deadly high school shooting in Florida, 217 school districts in Texas have adopted policies that allow staff members to carry firearms. That is an increase of almost 50 districts between February and May. As reported in the Corpus Christi Caller Times, “In February, 172 school districts reported adopting such policies to the Texas... [Read More]

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Federal Bureau of Investigation Sued for Denying Americans’ Right to Bear Arms

  Federal Bureau of Investigation Sued for Denying Americans’ Right to Bear Arms   The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Attorney General, et al. have been served with a lawsuit according to a press release dated June 5th, 2018. The lawsuit alleges that the FBI actively refused to process background check appeals for... [Read More]

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Intuit Stops Processing Payments for Gun Companies Without Notice

Intuit Stops Processing Payments for Firearms Companies Without Notice   A number of firearm and firearm-related businesses were cut off from their merchant services and credit card processor last week when Intuit stopped their service without warning or notice. This caused several merchants to rush to find another way to take credit and debit card... [Read More]

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Real Avid Introduces New AR15 Master Bench Block

  The Master Bench Block allows, even new AR-15 owners to disassemble, clean, and reassemble their firearms without losing roll pins, anti-walk pins, or those small little springs that, easily get lost.   The Master Bench Block allows you to put all 14 critical pins into their own slots. These slots are engraved and molded... [Read More]

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New Jersey is Ratcheting Down Garden State Residents’ Second Amendment Rights

  A Changing Legislative Sea for New Jersey Gun Rights Since Chris Christie has left office the new Democratic Governor Phil Murphy has wasted no time in making New Jersey’s already draconian gun rights laws even harder to comply with for law-abiding Americans who just want to exercise their Second Amendment rights. A legislative analysis by... [Read More]

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Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals Deals Blow to Stand Your Ground Laws

A literal reading of Oklahoma’s Stand Your Ground law reveals that a person has no duty to retreat and that they may meet force with force, including deadly force, when confronted by a threat of death or grievous bodily injury, and that they can protect themselves with deadly force if they believe that their own lives are in jeopardy. It is part of the Oklahoma Firearms Act of 1971 and amplified in 21 O.S. 1289.25 of state statutes. However, in a recent decision, the Court of Criminal Appeals says that a literal reading of the law is wrong and that there is no absolute immunity in Oklahoma.