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School security is a hot topic, and not without cause. And without school safety resources training and a general preparedness mindset, it likely won't get better.
Traveling across the country by car can be an enriching experience that introduces you to new and exciting places. But choosing to transport a firearm, and the ammunition that goes with it, while you seek adventure on the open road can lead to trouble if you’re not careful.
Let’s take a look at how one can safely, and legally, transport a firearm across state lines. It can be tricky, but with the right information and a good plan, gun owners traveling across state lines can do so safely and within the law.
Avoiding trouble is always the preferred course of action, but avoidance requires one of the most important skills someone interested in personal protection can develop: situational awareness.
New Year's resolutions are a longstanding tradition in America and beyond. Our habit of using Jan. 1 as the starting point for a personal revolution goes back at least 200 years.
Traveling is an important part of the American way of life. From family road trips to business trips to quick jaunts into neighboring states, Americans love to travel. Personal protection for travelers isn’t entirely about which self-defense weapon they take with them on the trip, however. In addition to the physical fight, defense-minded people need to plan to handle the legal aftermath of a self-defense incident. You’ve already selected U.S. LawShield® to prepare you for the fight after the fight, but how do you protect your physical and financial freedom if you leave your home state?