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guitars and guns
April 24, 2011, 09:03 PM
This Saturday I will be taking the ccw class. I'm sure they will cover most, if not all, I need to know. However, to be completely on the safe side and know my rights as a licensed ccw citizen, I'd like to do some studying on my own. Any sites or literature on both laws and tactics/training would be appreciated. Thanks.

Crazy88Fingers
April 24, 2011, 09:10 PM
http://handgunlaw.us/

TeamSinglestack
April 25, 2011, 02:29 AM
Link up with us on the CHL forum as well:

http://www.texaschlforum.com/

ClydeFrog
April 26, 2011, 10:14 PM
If you are not a member, join the NRA, www.NRA.org . They offer many classes & resources. The NRA also works hard to support pro-gun & 2A issues.
I'd also suggest the legal guides from David Wong & here: www.Gunlawguide.com .
Author, sworn LE officer & use of force expert Massad F Ayoob has many great books on firearms/tactics. See www.Massadayoobgroup.com www.ayoob.com or www.Bookfinder.com . Ayoob sold a few of his works on a site called Police Bookshelf but I'm not sure if it's still open.
Paladin-Press offers a lot of great books/DVDs. www.Paladin-Press.com
Lenny Magill in south CA/San Diego has a few practical DVDs & defense products on his website(s). Some of the videos are dated but full of useful information. See www.Gunvideo.com www.Glockstore.com .
Clint Smith & Thunder Ranch are highly rated for training/tactics.

In closing, check the main Texas DPS site for use of force & carry laws.

ClydeFrog