Entries by The High Mark


Texas House Bill 1911 (Permitless Carry) Passes Committee

House Bill 1911 Moves Forward in Effort to Bring Permitless Carry to Texas Yesterday, the Republican members of the House committee on Homeland Security and Public Safety voted along party lines to pass House Bill 1911 by Rep. James White (R-Hillister) out of committee. HB 1911, referred to as Permitless Carry, would permit a Texan eligible under […]

USCCA’s Annual Concealed Carry Expo

The USCCA‘s Annual Concealed Carry Expo is in Fort Worth, Texas this weekend, April 7-9, 2017. There will be over 100 vendors and exhibitors. There also will be many opportunities for you to obtain information on various concealed tactical and legal issues. On Saturday, I have the honor of speaking on Texas Open Carry and […]

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USCCA Legal Advisory Board and Concealed Carry Expo

USCCA Legal Advisory Board I am proud and humbled to serve on the Legal Advisory Board for the United States Concealed Carry Association. The USCCA is the first and largest member-owned association dedicated to educating, training, and insuring responsibly armed Americans. Concealed Carry Expo April 7-9, 2017 As part of my role with the LAB, […]

SHOT Show 2017

I will be at SHOT Show Monday through Thursday for legal services. If you are in attendance, I would love to say hello. Please email me or if you see me walking around the floor, please stop me and say hi. I look forward to seeing you, and I will post and update after the […]


A Call to Service

A Call to Service Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. It is humbling today to think of the sacrifices many have made for our country, for our way of life, for our very existence. While I always try to thank those in uniform for their service, those who have served often are never recognized on […]


Lawsuit Against Manufacturer Dismissed

Lawsuit Against Manufacturer Dismissed State Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis has thrown out the lawsuit filed against a firearms manufacturer brought by the families of the Sandy Hook shooting victims. The lawsuit originally was filed against Remington Outdoor Co.; the dealer, Camfour Inc.; and the company that owned the gun store; Riverview Sales.  See the […]