5 Things to Know About Texas Constitutional Carry, Law Takes Effect September 1

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5 Things to Know About Texas Constitutional Carry, Law Takes Effect September 1

U.S.A.-(AmmoLand.com)- U.S. LawShield, the leader in the Legal Defense for Self-Defense industry, encourages gun owners to be armed and educated by knowing all the facts regarding constitutional carry and its recent passage in the Texas legislature.

The Texas legislature and Governor Greg Abbott have approved and signed Texas HB1927 – The Firearm Carry Act of 2021 otherwise known as “constitutional carry.” Texas becomes the twenty-first state to pass constitutional carry. The new law allowing handgun owners to carry without a permit goes into effect on September 1st, 2021.

“U.S. LawShield believes the passage of HB1927 is a win for freedom as it reinforces our Second Amendment rights,” says P.J. Hermosa, CEO of U.S. LawShield. “Understanding the new law will be imperative for all handgun owners who want to carry without a permit. Education is the core of the U.S. LawShield mission and we are dedicated to providing our members and other fellow gun owners with the in-depth information they need to legally arm themselves.”

With its powerful network of independent program attorneys, U.S. LawShield is the go-to legal resource for gun owners nationwide and will provide in-depth legal explanations of what the law is and how it affects gun owners. Multi-channel educational efforts will be launched in the coming days outlining the specific details of constitutional carry including:

Top Five Things to Know About Texas Constitutional Carry:

  • Who Can Carry?
  • What Weapons Are Covered?
  • How Must You Carry?
  • What Conduct is Prohibited?
  • What Places Are Off-Limits?

Gun owners will be able to access the answers to these questions and more by downloading the “Texas Guide to Constitutional Carry” at www.uslawshield.com/txcarry.

“Ignorance of the law is not an excuse,” says Emily Taylor, Partner in Walker & Taylor, PLLC and Independent Program Attorney for U.S. LawShield. “U.S. LawShield Independent Program Attorneys have protected tens of thousands of law-abiding gun owners over the past ten years. The resources we are creating in conjunction with U.S. LawShield allow us to share our knowledge and experience with gun owners with the hope that they don’t become a victim of the legal system like so many have.”


Get the U.S. LawShield Texas Constitutional Carry Guide FREE

The U.S. LawShield Texas Constitutional Carry Guide was prepared by the Independent Program Attorneys who have protected tens of thousands of law-abiding gun owners over the past decade. The 28-page guide breaks down the essential information gun owners need to know and un-complicates the new law in an easy-to-understand way. Download the free U.S. LawShield Texas Constitutional Carry Guide here www.uslawshield.com/txcarry.

For more details on U.S. LawShield and what constitutional carry means for gun owners, visit the website at www.uslawshield.com/txcarry.


About U.S. LawShield

Since 2009, the mission of U.S. LawShield remains unchanged. We believe in Preserving Freedom for Good™ by educating our 690,000 members in self-defense law, empowering them to handle critical, life-threatening situations with confidence, protecting them from potential injustices in the legal system after acts of self-defense; and challenging the status quo regarding the affordability of legal defense. Our higher purpose is to create a united community of responsible individuals who believe in liberty and the inalienable right of self-defense.

For more information on U.S. LawShield and what constitutional carry means for gun owners, visit the website at www.uslawshield.com/txcarry or www.legallycarry.com.

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BaerArms
BaerArms
21 days ago

then they cant get off from enforcing unconstitutional laws either

Bubba
Bubba
24 days ago

Come on Ammoland. Remove this crap.

Russn8r
Russn8r
25 days ago

THING #1: It’s not Constitutional Carry. It kept all the public & public-private ‘gun free’ zones, few-none of which existed in 1789/92 (Constitution/2A). It’s not Carry where you can’t carry, in a patchwork quilt of ‘gun free’ zones that deters carry in legal zones. Partial Permitless Carry.

Many Rs & ‘Ls’ in R states feel smug-safe in The Shire with ‘Con Carry’ & ‘2A sanctuaries’for now pacified till CommieDems lock down supermajority Fed-state perma-control by theft, tsunammigration, invasion-occupation & anchor-Dem fast-breeding. Most ‘sanctuaries’ are toothless: no penalties for cops who piss on the oath & help the federales enforce illegal laws.

Last edited 25 days ago by Russn8r
Stag
Stag
2 months ago

I really wish they would stop calling it constitutional carry. The bill we got was far from constitutional.

Russn8r
Russn8r
2 months ago
Reply to  Stag

YES. It’s not Constitutional Carry with all the deadly “gun free” zones like the El Paso Mall. US LawShield is misrepresenting it. Per their definition it would be “CC” if you could only “legally” carry in 1% of Texas. It’s a lot better than nothing, but the recent surge of “Constitutional Carry” laws have a big kabuki component. e.g., Iowa suddenly passed it after their entire federal delegation voted to help Pence certify the stolen election and put gun-grabbers in the White House. With Abbot’s reelection struggle coming, Texas’ “CC” law pacifies an R base disgusted that his Covid lockdown… Read more »

Last edited 2 months ago by Russn8r
RoyD
RoyD
2 months ago

So why don’t you just publish the info here rather than making people jump through hoops including giving up their name and e-mail address and zip code? It really is all about the Benjamins isn’t it.

Grigori
Grigori
25 days ago
Reply to  RoyD

It’s so they can SPAM you to hell and back via e-mail, text, phone, and USPS, for eternity, much as the NRA does.

TexasGunCents
TexasGunCents
24 days ago
Reply to  Grigori

You don’t have spam filters, caller ID, trash cans and fire where you live? It is not straight Constitutional Carry like many thought it should be. I suspect some will point to the new class of technical offenders and say “see, told you it was a bad idea.” So it is OUR job to explain to our 2A family actually what it is and is not, why and how the law is deficient, and what to do about it. The guide is pretty good at the former. Share it around! Our next job is to explain the later.

Glocktarded
Glocktarded
23 days ago
Reply to  TexasGunCents

You don’t have spam filters, caller ID, trash cans and fire where you live?”

Why go through the hassle? Not going to their web site is easier.

Tionico
Tionico
24 days ago
Reply to  Grigori

first spam from them I will simply block their email address. They don’t have any phone nos, nor mail address. It does look like apuff piece for their outfit. I eill reserve judgement until I see their stuff.

HLB
HLB
2 months ago

Yes, Ignorance of the Constitution is not an excuse.

HLB

GomeznSA
GomeznSA
2 months ago
Reply to  HLB

HLB – very true but as most of us know that certainly doesn’t stop – or even slow down – those politicians who don’t wish to comply with the restrictions place on them – and .gov as well – by it.

Tionico
Tionico
24 days ago
Reply to  GomeznSA

you mean SOME of our elected trough-sloppers don’t actually uphold, defend, apply the WHOLE Constitution? Oh I am SOOOoooo shocked!!!!

I will most likely have taken my last breath long before any of them are held accountable and treated justly. Oh well.. I kmow my hopeis not in anything on this old dirtball.

Arny
Arny
2 months ago

And to think the 2nd Amendment was written so a 10 year old could understand it. Damn coding. lol

@greenboxmedia
@greenboxmedia
2 months ago
Reply to  Arny

10 year olds do understand the natural, constitutional, civil right to self defense via firearm. It is the overly paid and underperforming public servants, that lack logic and reasoning skills…

Last edited 2 months ago by @greenboxmedia
GomeznSA
GomeznSA
2 months ago
Reply to  @greenboxmedia

@green – a ‘slight’ correction to your observation – the 2nd specifies “arms” – guns just happen to be the most effective of those arms.

Tionico
Tionico
24 days ago
Reply to  GomeznSA

most useful I would say. Plenty of items are mpre effective but neither affordable nor convenient to keep ready to hand.

GomeznSA
GomeznSA
24 days ago
Reply to  Tionico

Tio – until ya run out of ammo! Depending on what you have it ‘might’ mke a fair club after that. I won’t say exactly what other ‘arms’ I may have on hand or how effective they might be 🙂

Longeno
Longeno
2 months ago
Reply to  @greenboxmedia

Exactly.

Rebel VA
Rebel VA
2 months ago
Reply to  Arny

Yep, shows how smart our lawmakers are!

TexasGunCents
TexasGunCents
24 days ago
Reply to  Rebel VA

It isn’t stupidity. We aren’t in the club. We can’t be trusted with rights we might ‘abuse’, so they abuse our rights.