The Texas State Rifle Association (TSRA) is proud to announce a new partnership with Texas Law Shield to provide informative gun law seminars and workshops that will be held across Texas. The educational seminars will provide important information about the constitutional rights of citizens and legal challenges facing gun owners today in the Lone Star State.

“An informed citizenry is essential to preserving our heritage and our Second Amendment rights, so we’re very excited to partner with Texas Law Shield for this very unique seminar series for gun owners,” says David Stroud, president of the Texas State Rifle Association. “We invite all Texans — gun owners, hunters, shooting enthusiasts and constitutional supporters alike — to join us as Texas Law Shield attorneys and firearms experts separate legal fact from fiction.”

The currently scheduled Texas Gun Law Seminars are:

  • Aug. 14 — Aransas Pass Civic Center, Aransas Pass, Texas
  • Sep. 11 — Ben Hur Shrine, Austin, Texas
  • Sep. 27 — Karem Shrine, Waco, Texas
  • Oct. 9 — Khiva Shrine, Amarillo, Texas
  • Oct. 18 — Arlington Sportsman’s Club, Arlington, Texas
  • Nov. 13 — American Legion Post 140, Longview, Texas

Seminar costs are $5 for TSL and TSRA Members, $10 Non-Members. For times and to view a complete list of seminars in your area, please visit

Texas Law Shield is dedicated to preserving Second Amendment rights for all legal gun owners in Texas and ensuring legal representation for its members who ever have to use a firearm. Currently, Texas Law Shield has upwards of 90,000 legal gun owners as members, including civilians, law enforcement and military personnel. In addition, Texas Law Shield is honored to serve numerous civilian firing ranges, firearms instructors, firearms publications and federal firearms licensed dealers. Texas Law Shield has become one of the largest civilian repositories of firearms legal defense information available in Texas.

Logo courtesy Texas State Rifle Association

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