Category Archives: Myths & Misconceptions

The first thing you do is drag him inside

There is an old saying that “free” advice is worth exactly what you pay for it.  However, in the case of “free” legal advice, this is not exactly correct.  It actually has the potential to cost you a great deal … Continue reading

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Open carry is the 2nd Amendment

Recently, I was doing an interview with an NBC affiliate in Texas regarding the initiative to decriminalize open carry in that supposedly gun-friendly state. I was discussing the fact that, despite Texas’ nationwide reputation as a bastion of rugged individualism, … Continue reading

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Dispelling the myth of ‘The Wild West’

These are interesting times in the fight to protect and enhance our rights as gun owners.  In Wisconsin, we stand on the eve of an historic court ruling regarding open carry.  In Texas, South Carolina, Oklahoma and Arkansas, local activists have succeeded in making their voices heard regarding restoring … Continue reading

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