Halloween: the holiday where spooky is expected and the creepier things are, the better. But if you think your only fear should be running out of candy too early, you need to think again. Between watching “Hocus Pocus” while carving pumpkins and eating our weight in bite-size chocolates, it’s easy to forget the importance of Halloween safety.
U.S. LAWSHIELD® SUPPORTS FIRST-EVER TACTICAL INDUSTRY WEEKEND AT GUNTRY RANGE OF MARYLAND Legal Defense for Self Defense®
U.S. LawShield®, industry leader and America's largest provider of Legal Defense for Self Defense® coverage, announces support of the inaugural Tactical Industry Weekend to be held at the GUNTRY Range of Maryland from October 8-10 in Owings Mills, MD.
Concealed carry is the practice of carrying a firearm (typically a handgun) on one’s physical person while taking steps to ensure that the presence of the firearm is undetectable to casual (or trained) observers. Concealed carry is often accomplished by securing the firearm in a holster specifically designed to aid concealment underneath everyday clothing.
Kansans between the ages of 18 and 20 years old may now apply for a “provisional” Concealed Carry Handgun License (“CCHL”), which—once issued—allows such licensees to lawfully carry a concealed handgun on their person.
Two “facts” have been washing over mainstream media for quite some time now: The number of violent crimes reported has decreased and the number of “murders” is on the rise. So, which is it? Both statements can’t possibly be true, …can they? And if they are, what does that mean about your safety and self- defense?
In early 2021, the Colorado Legislature passed, and Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed, Senate Bill 21-078, the “Isabella Joy Thallas Act.” This new law will impose a duty upon Colorado firearm owners to report lost or stolen firearms. This law is currently set to become effective on September 11, 2021. However, if a referendum petition is filed before that date, the bill would then be submitted to Colorado voters for approval in the 2022 general election.
The number of states declaring themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries is on the rise. This means a question being asked with increasing frequency is coming to the forefront: Is the decision to make states “sanctuaries” legally binding, or does it only do lip service to the gun rights community at large?
Recently, President Biden announced his new strategy to combat the rise of gun violence in the United States. This plan seeks to make federal funds available to local law enforcement, school programs, and programs designed to help former prisoners reintegrate into their communities after serving their sentences.