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Austin City Hall Fined for Restricting 2nd Amendment Rights

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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30.06 and 30.07 Signs, Where Can’t You Carry in Texas

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 […]

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Why Magazine Capacity Limitations Are A Bad Idea

Why Are Politicians Calling for Magazine Capacity Limitations? In the words of Joe Biden when speaking about the need for magazine capacity limits after the Newtown Conn shooting, “Maybe if it took longer, maybe one more kid would be alive.” There seems to be a group of people out there who are calling for capacity […]

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Why Universal Background Checks Won’t Work

Of the many common rhetoric of the gun-control lobby, one of the more frequent we hear is a call for “Universal background checks.” This article covers all the core points surrounding the arguments for and against this legislation. Next time you hear anyone call “Universal background checks” a good idea please send them the link to […]

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