Texas Gun Law: There is no denying it. Gun law can be confusing. Even those who consider themselves experts do as poorly on The Self Defense Gun Law Quiz as those who don’t. In fact, the average score is between 5 and 6 out of 10, regardless of the professed amount of legal knowledge. It […]
Articles and updates about concealed carry and other firearm related law around the country. Reciprocity, bans, legislation, dealing with law enforcement, attorneys and much more for American gun owners.
Missouri House Bills 85 and 310, known as the Second Amendment Protection Act (SAPA), passed out of legislature on May 15, 2021. The Governor signed the final bill on June 12, 2021. The law is an important step and response to a Federal Government overtly hostile to the Second Amendment. Watching SAPA Law Challenges: While […]
A Colorado law created in response to a June 2020 murder went into effect yesterday. The Isabella Joy Thallas Act makes it a crime if someone fails to report any loss or theft of a firearm to the police within five days. How will this law affect Colorado gun owners? And what can gun owners […]
Yesterday North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper vetoed House Bill 398. Even though the bill passed along party s with a 27-20 vote, most expected Cooper’s veto. Unfortunately, gun owners in the state will still need to get a state-issued permit before purchasing a firearm. Current North Carolina Law: Currently, North Carolina law says the state […]
Catalytic converters contain palladium and rhodium. These metals fetch a pretty penny at recycling centers. For this reason, thieves cut them off vehicles and turn them in for some quick drug money. Texas made the list of top five states for most catalytic converter thefts. Increase in Catalytic Converter Thefts: To put the dramatic increase […]
Today, Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster discuss the recent Legislative News from around the US including stories about how one federal judge is opening the door for lawsuits against gun manufacturers, while another is ruling that the 21-year-old age requirement for handgun purchases is unconstitutional. Plus other great news, tune in!!