September 26, 2016 |

As a speaker at Law Shield seminars, one of the most frequent questions LEO Trent Lozano gets asked is, "What is the best caliber to carry for self-defense?" His answer might surprise you. Click to read more:

Florida now has more licensed gun manufacturers than any state other than Texas. What has spurred the growth? Click to read more:

Law Shield Members often ask if a lawyer will come to the scene of an incident. The answer can be "Yes," depending on the location and what's transpired. But click to see why Emily Taylor, an Independent Program Attorney at Walker & Byington in Houston, says there is often a very good legal reason not to have your lawyer at the scene. Click to read more:

We have now opened in North Carolina, hopefully soon to be followed by South Carolina. If you have friends or loved ones in North Carolina, please let them know about all the benefits of U.S. Law Shield. Click to learn more:

At a recent Texas Law Shield seminar, instructor Tony Pellecchia fielded this question by a woman in attendance: "I just got my handgun license. What kind of gun should I buy?" Click to see his recommendation:

Click to see a list of upcoming Gun Law Seminars and Workshops this month at locations across the state. Sign up today!

This limited-edition Mason The Bear bobblehead is great for your office desk, as a gift, or as a collectible item. Every time you see Mason, you will be reminded not to leave the house without carrying your gun. Click here or on Mason's picture to see the offer details, and use promo code "MEMBER" at checkout to get a $5 member discount.

An appeals court has stated it was unconstitutional to permanently bar two plaintiffs from owning firearms since they were convicted of relatively minor offenses. Click to read a full analysis from U.S. Law Shield of Pennsylvania Independent Program Attorney Justin McShane.

Members get full access to our e-letter archives from the past few years. If you've got a question about legal gun use, click to browse our past e-letters to get informed and educated. 

TSA agents found an unusual firearm in a carry-on bag at an airport security checkpoint recently: a 3D-printed firearm. Are 3D printed handguns a real threat to aviation, and perhaps your rights at the airport? Click to read more:

Justice Breyer: "Determined wrongdoers, already ignoring existing statutes and safety measures, are unlikely to be convinced to adopt safe practices by a new overlay of regulations." Click to see more about the decision.

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