In our last newsletter, you heard from Independent Program Attorney Edwin Walker on what was legal and not legal to add to your gun under federal. This newsletter Independent Program Attorney Justin McShane is here to tell you what attachments are legal and not legal to add to your firearm under state law. So attorney... [Read More]
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In Part I, we saw the actions Clint took to defend his dog from being killed by the neighborhood stray. Now, in Part II you will learn if his actions followed the law. Watch Independent Program Attorney Justin McShane teach you the law, so you will know what to do if you find yourself in... [Read More]
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Spring Break is here, and everyone is thawing out after a long winter. Before you take part in the festivities watchIndependent Program Attorney Justin McShane instruct you on the law before you walk into a restaurant or bar with your firearm. Here in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania there is no statute or law against being... [Read More]
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There are so many varieties of ammo on the market today, but not every type is perceived the same in the eyes of the law. Watch Independent Program Attorney Justin McShane explain how the type of ammo you use could affect you. Justin McShane: God bless the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, particularly when it comes to ammunition.... [Read More]
U.S. LawShield of Pennsylvania Independent Program Attorney Justin McShane on protests and guns (transcript). One of the hot-topic issues that we get on the non-emergency line has to do with gun rights and protesting. It’s not my job or my place in life or that of U.S. LawShield to tell you what you should protest... [Read More]
As back to school time approaches, our Independent Program Attorney Justin McShane explains the laws in Pennsylvania regarding guns and schools. Back to school Independent Program Attorney Justin McShane: Guns in school in Pennsylvania is a hot-ticket item. I mean everyone has their opinion about it. I’m here to tell you what the law is.... [Read More]
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Independent Program Attorney Justin McShane on laws affecting guns and boats in Pennsylvania: 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... [Read More]
Note: This article, Food for the Birds in Pennsylvania, is the fourth in a five-part series discussing tactics that land hunters and anglers in jail. Scores of people last winter flocked to Berks County in southeastern Pennsylvania for a glimpse at a rare black-and-gold feathered visitor. Some theorized it was a black-backed oriole,... [Read More]
Law Shield Member Ambassador Sherry Hale: Welcome members and fellow gun owners. In the last Members Voice video, our member Tyler witnessed a criminal breaking into his car. Tyler drew his gun and the bad guys ran away. The legal questions started pouring in, and members, you wanted to know your legal rights in your state.... [Read More]
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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... [Read More]
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The short answer is, “Yes,” according to Independent Firearms Program Attorney Justin McShane. However, the Keystone State supplies a lot of legal protection for people against such suits. Click the video below to get the details. So you’ve been involved in a shooting. And that you are the shooter. Naturally there’s going to be all... [Read More]
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Can your employer restrict your ability to carry firearms at the workplace? Click to watch Independent Program Attorney Justin McShane explain the rules for workplace self-defense in the Keystone State.
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