Volume 1 | August 01 2019
LSA Monthly Update
The LSA is trying something new. Instead of our quarterly newsletter, The LSA Quarterly, we are going to send out monthly updates with links to interesting news and articles. Let us know how you like it!
Upcoming Events
The 2nd Annual Vemilion Pistol Competition will be held on August 24, 2019. For more information, click the link below.

Junior Shooting Update
My shooting journey started when I was thirteen years old. My dad introduced me to 4-H shooting sports, and I had no idea what it was and had not even heard of it. In the summer of 2014 my dad took me to a junior high-powered shooting clinic and the next day I shot my first high-powered competition. After that match I continued to shoot at the monthly high-powered matches at which point the LSA loaned me shooting equipment such as a rifle and everything needed to start shooting. Much like the 4-H shooting sports, many people in the LSA were willing to give their time to help coach and improve my shooting skills which was a tremendous help considering I was a beginner and always looking for pointers

M1 Garand Raffle Benefits Junior Shooting Programs in Louisiana
All proceeds from the M1 Garand Rifle Raffle support Junior Shooting Programs in Louisiana. To purchase raffle tickets for the October 19, 2019 drawing, click the link below. Winner need NOT be present to win.

Carry Insurance: Is it Really Worth the Cost?
Can you afford $459,600 in defense costs? No? Read on!
If you’re like most members of the LSA, you probably obtained your Louisiana Concealed Handgun Permit shortly after the law was changed and we became a “shall issue” state. Before our law was changed, any of us had permits issued by other states, most notably Florida. And, like most of our members, you probably walked around carrying that concealed handgun without any real consideration of what might happen if, God forbid, you ever had to use that handgun to protect your life or the lives of those around you. I know I did.