If you are anti-guns, or afraid of guns, or just don't like them and don't want them in your house, then this blog is for you.
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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Got CHL insurance?

I assume you've heard of Texas Law Shield before.  Insurance for legal defense should you need to defend yourself in court after defending yourself on the street. They do a fair amount of advertising.  But they are kind of expensive, and don't cover you in the event of a CIVIL lawsuit, as well as in several other situations.

USCCA offers less expensive alternative and also covers civil suits.  Plus it comes with a subscription to Concealed Carry magazine.

I cannot vouch for their services, but they are BBB accredited with an A+ rating


  1. In order to correct your blog, Texas Law Shield, LLP has ALWAYS covered civil matters as well as criminal matter if any member uses a firearm in self-defense, defense of others or defense of property. This information is readily available on any of its advertising, promotional materials and in its membership contract. Check it out at www.texaslawshield.com. Answers to any question or concerns can also be found by calling 877-448-6839.

  2. After the gun battle there comes the court battle. After spending so much money on guns, ammo, training etc to defend our lives it only make sense to defend ourselves in courts. I think every civilian who carry a firearm should go for self-defense insurance coverage. I am covered under carrydefense as they provide real insurance