On the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month, the Great War comes to an end. The historical roots of what we now know as Veterans Day in the United States began over 100 years ago in France, when Germany signed an armistice agreement that would bring about the end of World War I.
Scott Frey, of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, has been a proud member of U.S. LawShield for seven years. In 2014, he decided to take responsibility for his personal protection and legally arm himself. Scott knew that it was the right decision for him. However, he also understood that it was important to fully comprehend his rights and secure reliable Legal Defense for Self Defense® coverage.
Many people have questions when they first become interested in the art of self-defense. In this guide, we’ll address some of the most common self-defense questions people have, as well as explore some things that are not always as obvious to someone just starting to research how to take responsibility for their own personal safety.
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.
The term “ghost gun” has been used by politicians and the mainstream media for years as a broad label for firearms lacking a manufacturer-engraved serial number. Now the ghost gun debate and coming legal battle have been heating up due to a proposed rule change the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) listed in the Federal Register on May 21, 2021.
What used to be a legal oddity confined to the tiny State of Vermont is now the law in more than a third of U.S. states, and another five states are looking to pass legislation this year. Constitutional carry is a growing trend that appears uncomplicated on the surface.
If you’re willing to do anything necessary to protect your loved ones, well, you may just be an everyday hero ready to spring into action if the day comes when you are put to the test.
As the 2020 election season comes around, recent events can make it unclear what to expect when gun owners prepare to vote. Here is what you need to know when it comes to voting in this year's election.