Municipalities in Oklahoma are Controlled by State Preemption of Gun and Knife Laws

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Carrying Your Gun in a Gun Free School Zone November 2016

There are overlapping, Federal and State Laws regulating the carrying of guns in school zones.

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Casino Carry, November 2016

Depending on the Casino, if it is owned or leased by a governmental agency, you cannot carry. If the gambling operation is on private land, the owner or operator may allow concealed or open carry on the premises.

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How to Deal with a Police Encounter When Carrying a Firearm

Keep calm, advise the police that you are armed and follow the instructions of police related to producing drivers license and conceal carry permit.

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Using a Hand Gun to Defuse an Encounter March 2016

Take a few minutes to listen to my commentary about using a firearm to back down an adversary or using gun to influence another person to leave you alone. Your actions may have severe legal consequences.

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Plan to Post Self Defense Videos on Face Book

Readers: Announcing plan to post U.S. Law Shield Videos on Facebook. This effort will continue through 2017.

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Oklahoma Mineral Riches Related to Brine

Not only is Oklahoma a valuable source for Oil and Gas Production, it claims deposits of Brine, saltwater, which ordinarily  is considered a waste or toxic product in the Oil and Gas Industry.  However, one man’s trash is another’s treasure.  For instance who would guess that there is money to be made from processing the pesky saltwater from the production of oil and gas.

Brine is not normally considered a mineral for the purpose of an Oklahoma Oil and Gas Lease, thus a separate brine production lease would need to be signed to protect the mineral owner.  Brine would have to be noted as the particular mineral to be leased with resultant royalty or bonus related to the signing of the lease and fees related to the production of the brine.

Oklahoma’s western counties, Dewey county, Woodward County, Woods County and others are becoming world-known for  rich saltwater, brine,  deposits, used in making iodine.

Iochem, a Japanese Company, is producing Iodine and other products from saltwater, found in Western Oklahoma, and paying good money for leases related to the production of the brine.

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