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We Are Still The Largest and Best

Dear Members and Friends,

I can never say it enough—thank you for being a valued member of the U.S. & Texas LawShield® Family and for trusting us with your Legal Defense for Self-Defense®. We take the responsibility of protecting our more than a quarter of a million members seriously.

We’re Growing!

We have been working tirelessly to expand the availability of the peace-of-mind that you enjoy to others. And just so: we are excited to announce that U.S. & Texas LawShield is now available in 4 new states: Louisiana, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, and New Mexico with a handful of others to follow in just the next few weeks.

Expanding into new states is all part of our mission to provide the best self-defense legal protection available anywhere.  Be sure to tell your friends and family this great news and be on the lookout for where we go next!

Perks of Membership

As you know, membership in the U.S. & Texas LawShield family provides you with not only unparalleled legal protection, but also with the most comprehensive educational resources on self-defense and gun law available anywhere.

Even better—you can get your questions answered in person at a Gun Law Seminar near you, or you can pick up the phone and ask one of your local independent program attorneys any question about self-defense laws you may have.

Don’t forget to visit one of our more than 2,000 affiliate gun ranges across the country to hone your training and be sure to get a great discount by taking advantage of Member Perks.

 

As our company and member family grows, so do the great benefits and privileges of membership with U.S. & Texas LawShield.  We’re honored you’ve chosen us to protect you when you protect what matters most.

 

Sincerely,

Kirk W. Evans

President

U.S. & Texas LawShield®

Texas & U.S. Law Shield President Kirk Evans

Comment section

9 comments on “We Are Still The Largest and Best

    How soon can the Nation’s Capitol, Washington, DC be added as a member U.S. Law Shield covered territory?

    Kirk,

    All good as long as you bring on sufficient attorneys to handle the load. And more importantly vette them, because you’re only as innocent as your attorney is competent.

    Thanks

    Where can I find a shooting range within 20 miles of your live

      Hi Daniel, could you please clarify what you are trying to find?

        I do not know how to make it any clearer. I AM LOOKING FOR A SHOOTING RANGE WITHIN 20 MILES OF WHERE I LIVE IN FAR SOUTH TYLER, TX.

          Hi Daniel. Sorry for the confusion. Unfortunately, we are unable to recommend gun ranges to our members. We suggest you use your preferred search engine to locate a gun range near you. Thank you!

    A Question. I live in Colorado, am I a part of U.S. Law shield, Texas Law Shield
    Or Co.. Is ur coverage limited by the individual State coverage?
    The paper membership card you get deteriorates pretty quickly,
    Could you change them to the same material used for credit cards? Can
    You furnish members with a list of states that their specific State/CCW permit is honored? I.E.: What states honor CO. CCW’s?
    Thank You

      Hi Bob. Thanks for your question! As far as your coverage goes, it depends on your membership. Our multi-state option extends coverage to other listed covered states. We appreciate your feedback on the paper membership cards and will do our best to implement these changes in the future. As for your last question, please see the below response from one of our Independent Program Attorneys in Colorado.

      “Valid Colorado permits are recognized in the following states, subject to their laws. As stated on the Colorado Bureau of Investigation website (www.colorado.gov/pacific/cbi/chpreciprocity), “it is advisable to contact the state you are visiting to confirm reciprocity and to review the state’s firearm laws.
      i. Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
      ii. *Note no permit is required in Vermont to carry a concealed handgun.”

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