In 2013, the Texas Legislature made several significant changes to Texas gun laws such as shortening the concealed handgun licensing training course and preventing most employers from prohibiting employees from keeping firearms in their vehicles in company parking lots. So even if you have an old edition, you need the new eighth edition.
The Texas Gun Owner’s Guide is a compilation of all the Texas laws affecting gun owners. The laws concerning gun ownership, possession and use are reprinted in the book, but more important, all the key laws and regulations are spelled out in plain English. If you own a gun, you need this book.
“Comprehensive and well researched . . . bridges the gap between the complex laws and everyday life . . . of special value to residents who are applying for their concealed-handgun license.” — Jerry Patterson, former state senator who sponsored the Texas Concealed Handgun law
The Cornered Cat: A Woman’s Guide to Concealed Carry
By Kathy Jackson
When a cat feels threatened, she gets away from the danger as quickly as she can. She doesn’t care what damage she inflicts on her way to safety, but she’s not interested in fighting for fighting’s sake. She does only as much as she needs to do ion order to escape. She doesn’t deal in revenge. If she feels threatened, she simply leaves. Efficiently.
The Reference Book of
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Like a complete gun-law library in your hand. The first and only completely unabridged compilation of federal gun laws – everything Congress has done on guns and the right to arms. Every law is described in plain English. It covers citizens, dealers, collectors, militia, National Guard, manufacturers, global disarmament, “proper” authorities, types of guns, the lost national right to carry, the National Transportation Guarantee, and much more – good laws, bad laws, 70 pages of juicy intro, along with plain English summaries.
“Outstanding . . . an important step toward protecting the republic.” — Bob Corbin, former Arizona Attorney General
“A whale of a good job . . . needed for a very long time.” — Joe Foss, statesman
“. . . a useful and unique piece of work.” — Stephen P. Halbrook, gun rights attorney