Today we discuss what the Texas Penal Code says about Protection of Life, and devices to protect your home. Also we talk to the owner of Pro-Techt Rust Proof Bags and Weapon Storage.
Your host Matt dives into Texas Penal Code 9.31 and what it has to say about Self Defense. Also Matt takes time for some Q and A.
Sec. 9.31. SELF-DEFENSE. A person is justified in using force against another when and to the degree the actor reasonably believes the force is immediately necessary to protect the actor against the other's use or attempted use of unlawful force.
Business Owners in Texas have the right to allow or deny open carry, or just all guns in general, we talk about business owners enforce this. Also, we talk about uses for Duck Tape that you haven't thought of. Judge Andy Issacs stops by.
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Texas Law says you can protect your home and property, but to what extent? We cover Penal Code Sec. 9.41 and 9.42 for you. Representative Hugh Shine stops by the show.
This week Matt lists his Pet Peeves, and I'm sure you will agree with most! Matt offers simple and free ways to protect your home. Matt covers his New York upbringing and what made him the man he is today. You don't want to miss! Find us on iTunes and Spotify.
Matt and Benton round out the Bill of Rights Finale. Hot-Shot Susan drops in for a few minutes talking about LTC. Janay Goodman with 'Tactical Snacks'.
Today Matt and Benton explain the protections that the 8th Amendment grants you. And we dive into your frequently asked License to Carry related questions.
Rick Dodd Joins us to discuss the Seventh Amendment. And Matt tells you why the Mossberg 500 might be the best Home Defense shotgun.
Matt and Benton Watson discuss the 6th amendment in depth. And another edition of...Tactical Snacking.