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How to Buy a Gun in New York: Your Complete Guide

New York State has some of the country’s strictest gun laws, and it gets even more challenging for residents of New York City to legally purchase a firearm. Figuring out how to buy a gun in New York means first learning the laws in your part of the state.  The

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How to Build a DIY Gunshot Wound Kit

When it comes to firearms training, most people neglect this one vital skill: learning how to treat a gunshot wound. Think about it this way. If you were in a hobby of raising poisonous snakes, it would make sense to know how to deal with a snake bite because not knowing could cost you your life.  If you deal with

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7 Things You Need to Do When Buying a Gun in South Carolina

It’s relatively straightforward to buy a gun in South Carolina because you don’t need a license or permit to complete the process. The state has some basic laws you’ll have to follow, though, to ensure you’re legally allowed to carry your firearm in public. Buying a gun in South Carolina

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How to Help Hurricane Ida Victims

On Sunday, August 29th, the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Ida struck the Gulf Coast. The Category 4 storm pummelled the Louisiana coast, knocking down trees and buildings, leaving millions without power, and causing at least two confirmed death in the state. Even now that Ida has been downgraded

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Texas Moves to Constitutional Carry Sept. 1 

Sept. 1, 2021, is the effective date for several new laws in Texas, one of which allows law-abiding Texans age 21 and above to carry a handgun without a license.  Commonly referred to as “constitutional carry” (derived from the Second Amendment of the Constitution) or “permitless carry,” HB 1927, signed by Governor Greg Abbott, sets Texas

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How to Buy a Gun in Tennessee

There’s always a process when it comes to purchasing a firearm. Figuring out how to buy a gun in Tennessee is straightforward, though, because the state has some of the country’s most relaxed firearms regulations. The gist is that state residents with U.S. citizenship can make purchases from licensed dealers

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