August 8, 2016 |

Texas Traffic Stop! What to Do If You're Carrying
What should happen when you get pulled over, and you have a Texas License to Carry a handgun? And a handgun? Or not? Well, the law in this area is a little confusing. So, Texas Law Shield Independent Program Attorney Emily Taylor walks us through it.
You may have held a print version of Texas Gun Law: Armed And Educated and said to yourself, "Too heavy to carry around." But now you can load the book onto your digital device and easily take it with you everywhere. Click the book cover to see the Kindle Edition order page on

As of August 1, 2016, campus carry has gone into effect for four-year universities. Click to read five things you need to know to stay legal when campus-carrying in Texas.

One of your Texas Law Shield Independent Program Attorneys, Edwin Walker of the law firm of Walker & Byington, is defending an individual from being sued; not by another person, but by the government itself! Read why Walker says this "is nothing more than government officials using the judicial system to harass and silence the people."
Texas Law Shield continues to add new special events called "Surviving an Active Shooter" across the state. Also, we continue to offer our regular Gun Law Seminars and Workshops. Click the buttons to see an up-to-date listing of events near you.

Boyert Shooting Center is running its own Boyert Olympic Games August 9-28, in which participants get a chance to win prizes, including a free gun. Click image to see the details.
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