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  • How to Transport Firearms on a Boat

Boating, Handguns, and Carry: How to Transport Firearms on a Boat

2022-08-30T13:32:40-05:00August 29th, 2022|Tags: , |

Carrying firearms on a boat is an issue for more gun owners than one might imagine. Boating is a popular pastime, whether you’re fishing or cruising, and carrying a gun is a daily practice for many people. If you’re wondering about the legalities of carrying firearms on a boat—and if it’s even legal—we’re here to help. Generally speaking, the answer is: It depends.

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  • Best Concealed Carry Pistol

Best Concealed Carry Pistol

2022-08-21T00:51:47-05:00August 25th, 2022|Tags: , |

If you’re reading this, you’ve probably at least considered the legal concealed carry of a pistol as an option for self-defense. More than ever, people are turning to concealed carry guns to protect themselves, and as a result, carry gun manufacturers continuously develop and produce handguns specifically for this market.

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  • September 11th

September 11th: Never Forget

2022-08-30T12:53:51-05:00July 20th, 2022|Tags: , |

The morning of September 11th, 2001, began like any other for most Americans across the country. They went to work, attended morning classes, and followed their normal routines. Many of those living on the West Coast were still asleep when the terror attacks began. Some saw the destruction play out in real time; some woke to a world forever changed by hate and terror.

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  • Peace of Mind: Multi-State Protection

Peace of Mind: Multi-State Protection

2022-08-12T14:10:45-05:00July 18th, 2022|Tags: , |

Traveling is an important part of the American way of life. From family road trips to business trips to quick jaunts into neighboring states, Americans love to travel. Personal protection for travelers isn’t entirely about which self-defense weapon they take with them on the trip, however. In addition to the physical fight, defense-minded people need to plan to handle the legal aftermath of a self-defense incident. You’ve already selected U.S. LawShield® to prepare you for the fight after the fight, but how do you protect your physical and financial freedom if you leave your home state?

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  • Gun Holsters for Concealed Carry

Gun Holsters for Concealed Carry: Choosing the Best Concealed Carry Holster for You

2022-08-12T14:18:43-05:00July 13th, 2022|Tags: , |

There are endless options when it comes to gun holsters for concealed carry. Even if you’re a seasoned shooter, the holster scenery is constantly changing and requiring you to keep up with the latest hot—and not so hot—holster designs. Whether you’re wondering what types of holsters there are or how different carry methods work, we’re here to help.

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  • How to Properly Display the American Flag

Flag Etiquette for the 4th of July: How to Properly Display the American Flag

2022-07-07T08:20:34-05:00June 30th, 2022|Tags: , |

On all days here in the United States, but especially on the Fourth of July--the birthday of American independence--people show their love for America by displaying flags along streets, hanging them from porches, and proudly carrying them in parades and festivals.

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  • 911 Calls

911 Calls: Do’s, Don’ts, and the Law

2022-07-07T08:26:01-05:00June 29th, 2022|Tags: , |

“If I had more bullets, I would have shot them all again and again.” Those words were spoken by Bernie Goetz on December 31, 1984, during an interview with local law enforcement in Concord, New Hampshire. Goetz is perhaps best known by the name the media gave him at that time: The Subway Vigilante. He’d shot four young men he felt threatened him while he rode the subway.

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New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, Inc. v. Bruen

2022-06-30T09:23:39-05:00June 28th, 2022|Tags: , , |

New York had a law that prohibited adults from generally carrying a firearm (including a concealed handgun) upon their person in New York without a state-issued license. These licenses were only issued upon proof of “good moral character” and “proper cause.” This is frequently referred to as a “may issue” licensing scheme, which is not based on objective criteria.

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