U.S. Lawshield Supports 1st-Ever Tactical Weekend At Guntry Range Of Maryland

U.S. Lawshield Supports 1st-Ever Tactical Weekend At Guntry Range Of Maryland
U.S. Lawshield Supports 1st-Ever Tactical Weekend At Guntry Range Of Maryland

Houston, Texas – -(AmmoLand.com)- U.S. LawShield, industry leader and America’s largest provider of Legal Defense for Self Defense coverage, announces support of the inaugural Tactical Industry Weekend to be held at the GUNTRY Range of Maryland from October 8-10 in Owings Mills, MD.

According to P.J. Hermosa, CEO of U.S. LawShield, “We expect the first annual Tactical Industry Weekend at the renowned GUNTRY Range of Maryland to be a stellar success. Offering folks a place to learn more about personal defense, new products, and industry services is a win for the Second Amendment, and we appreciate working with our top-notch partner facilities who embrace that mission,” he said.

“Building an expo where consumers can meet face-to-face with industry professionals, manufacturers, retailers, and media to try their hands at new gear and learn about personal defense is how we convey our commitment to the right to bear arms,” said Ron Holmes, USMC MSgt (Ret.), Director of Training and Product Development for the Tactical Industry Weekend’s presenting sponsor, Ryker USA.

“We are especially thankful to have U.S. LawShield as an important partner in promoting awareness of self-defense as we educate law-abiding gun owners.”

About GUNTRY of Maryland

With more than 100 five-star reviews, GUNTRY of Maryland is in a league of its own. The 64,000 square-foot facility is the premier shooting and training facility on the East Coast. It features 34 indoor live-fire shooting ranges, expert instructors, a fully immersive state-of-the-art simulator, on-site gunsmithing services, a full-service café, and a VIP cigar lounge. Learn more at www.guntry.com.

About U.S. LawShield

Since 2009, the mission of U.S. LawShield remains unchanged. We believe in Preserving Freedom for Good™ by educating our 700,000+ members and 6,000+ industry partners 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 its Legal Defense for Self Defense Program, visit the website at www.uslawshield.com

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Maryland is so anti-gun, I would not be caught dead in that state.


Who is charging people with unlawful gun transportation?

It’s not federal enforcers.

What kind of a statist goon would ruin someone’s life because of the way he stored his firearm in his vehicle?

How could the percentage of “bad apples” only be 0.05%?


there are very few good police the .05% may be right. most are follow the rules and dont say anything bad about the others middle of the road. they abuse privileges turning on lights to avoid traffic while not on a call ,speeding on way to work or home or lunch because who is going to say anything; you do any of this YOU are as bad as a drunk driver YOUR JOB is public SAFETY and as for ny and nj arresting people at airport feds should have arrested police and taken posession of these people and escorted them… Read more »


I’m. curious to how citizens transport their weapons to this range ? If a person is going to be transporting a gun while traveling interstate, they should be very careful. Also, if an individual is traveling on certain highways in the State of Maryland that are federally-regulated, they have to know the federal regulations. A person who owns or transports a gun in Maryland should know the state laws about transportation. Unfortunately, many people who come into Maryland, roughly 19 out of 20 of unlawful gun transportation clients, are not from the State of Maryland. Maryland laws do not have… Read more »

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Who is charging people with unlawful gun transportation?

Wild Bill

Well, New Jersey has a scam that works something like this. A person flies into NJ, and for some reason has to change planes, and a firearm is part of that persons luggage. The airlines reports the flight change and firearm pickup to the local police. The local police are waiting in ambush for the person to pick up the firearm, and arrest the passenger as soon as he touches the handle of his firearm container. Charge; No Firearm License.
The scam is famous.


Yes, I read about a case with those exact dynamics. My point is, state, county, and city/town enforcers have been enforcing tens of thousands of gun control laws for many decades. People post here frequently about politicians breaking their “oaths.” People post here frequently about the unconscionable acts of the BATFE. Are all those state, county, and city/town enforcers breaking their “oaths” by enforcing never-ending gun control laws? California residents who did not comply and register their semiautomatic rifles with illegal features are afraid to take them to the range because members of the LAPD will arrest them. Are those… Read more »


Many state, county, and city/town enforcers will go hands-on even if firearm owners are following gun control laws.

They don’t care if they violate the rights of civilians because they have not-so-qualified immunity.


It’s not just a few “bad apples.”