Whether you are thinking about getting your Texas License To Carry (LTC) for the first time, or looking to renew one that has or is about to expire, I will give you the steps needed to obtain an LTC. Make sure you are eligible to obtain an LTC. Read here for an article which focuses […]
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We mortals have things in our past we aren’t proud of. Times in our lives when the faces of governmental deities frown down from their marbled halls of justice and dispense bolts of legal rebuke. Some of us were overlooked, others were caught, but we pick ourselves up and move past, upward and onward. We […]
Interaction between police and License To Carry (LTC) holders can be a tense situation for both parties involved. Police officers are understandably wary of armed individuals. But we upstanding citizens can help relieve some of that tension by understanding the laws behind a lawful stop by a Texas peace officer. GC §411.205. Requirement to Display […]
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 […]
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 […]
UPDATE: The original version of this article has been changed and updated based on additional research and helpful comments written by readers. Thank you to all who keep us honest and check out research! ————————————————————– Gun law can be confusing. Even those who consider themselves experts do as poorly on The Self Defense Gun Law […]
The Medina Independent School District in Bandera County is home to 303 students, and according to a sign placed by an entrance Wednesday, a few firearm-toting faculty members.
This article is meant to take a look at Texas’s open and concealed carry laws so that you folks can get a better idea what is and is not legal in the state.
Following the recent campus carry ruling in Texas, it is now okay to bring concealed carry handguns into University of Texas at Austin classrooms. This is common knowledge by this point, as the debate has been raging for over a year. Now, a new player has entered the fold as angry students and faculty are […]
Photo courtesy of utsystem.edu On August 24th The University of Texas of the Permian Basin (UTPB) in Odessa will return to classes, and for the first time, students and faculty will be allowed, to carry a gun into campus buildings. The new law, SB 11, passed through the state legislation last summer and went into […]