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New laws

Discussion in 'Lone Star Glockers' started by blue0623, Sep 9, 2007.

  1. blue0623

    blue0623 2B1ASK1

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    I am sure many have already seen this, but I thought I would post it for those who haven't. There are some good new laws
     
  2. dglockster

    dglockster

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    The Castle Doctrine also protects a CHL holder who uses deadly force, as stated in the law, from civil liability by the person(s) against whom the deadly force was used as well as by the families of the person(s) against whom the deadly force was used.

    Beginning with the 3rd renewal of a CHL, the CHL must be renewed each year until the 10th year. Renewal until the 10th year renewal is just completing the required paperwork and can be done online.

    However, the 10-year renewal will be the same as the current 1st or 2nd renewal and will include the required paperwork as well as finger printing, pictures, class hours, and demonstration of shooting proficiency.