COVID Concerns Kill 2021 NRA Annual Meetings

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For the second year in a row, the NRA will not hold an annual meeting. Yesterday, the NRA announced they had canceled the 2021 Annual Meetings scheduled for September 3rd through 5th. NRA Annual Meeting Canceled The cancellation marked a setback from the idea that the country is “returning to normal.” Also, this year marked…

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Constitutional Carry Bill Passes Texas Senate in 18-13 Vote

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Is constitutional Carry is coming to Texas? With the recent 18-13 vote in the senate, Texans are closer than ever to carry a concealed handgun legally without asking for permission. Texans are closer than ever to carry a concealed handgun without asking for permission. This type of law is known as constitutional carry or permitless…

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Texas–Fugitive Caught By Armed Citizen

Texas–Fugitive Caught By Armed Citizen Burnet County, TX—Burnet County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) says a fugitive they were trying to locate was caught by a property owner on 18 June. During a traffic stop, deputies contacted 40-year-old Benjamin Willis Becker for a parole violation. Becker fled the area, leading deputies on a short vehicle chase before…

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Texas: 10 Pro-Gun Laws Signed By Gov. Abbott

  Big wins for gun owners in Texas after Governor Greg Abbott signed into law a number of pro-gun legislation. While the NRA is celebrating the wins, others are disappointed. Below are a list of the laws that were signed and go into effect on Sep. 1 of this year. House Bill 1177: Allows Texans…

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Austin City Hall Fined for Restricting 2nd Amendment Rights

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A Travis County District Court judge agreed with the lawsuit filed against Austin City Hall contending that officials were in breach of laws protecting 2nd Amendment rights. Paxton’s office was notified of the issue by Michael Cargill, a Texas state Concealed Handgun License instructor and owner of a local gun store. In 2015, Cargill had…

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