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texas firearms law

When can you fire a gun in self-defense?

  • Recent cases - State of Florida v. George Zimmerman
  • Stand your ground
  • Castle doctrine
  • How does it look to a judge/jury
  • Tips and traps
  • Determining real issues
  • Media coverage
  • Federal sentencing guidelines


Can gun ownership impact other legal issues?

  • Immigration
  • Prohibited persons
  • Consequences of weapons convictions
  • Family Law


Who can sell a gun?

  • Firearms businesses
  • Licensing
  • ATF audits
  • Immunity law for firearms dealers


Who can inherit a gun?

  • Probate
  • New regulation 41F
  • Lawfully transferring firearms to beneficiaries
  • Gun Trusts to own National Firearms Act firearms
  • Gun Trust to own and preserve other firearms

Firearms legal telephone consultation on the following issues 

  • Review Gun Trust 
  • Create Gun Trust 

Ninomiya Law, PLLC focuses on Second Amendment compliance and consulting. We are NOT concerned with your politics relating to gun ownership. If you own a gun, we want to help you obey the law and avoid legal problems that could cost you your gun rights. If you don't want guns in your home or business, we want to help you do that in the legally correct way so the state of Texas or gun owners don't sue you. 


Texas has a unique set of gun laws. Some common issues are below. If you have questions or are interested in our legal services, please contact us.

Who can own a gun?

  • Second Amendment
  • Supreme Court
  • Assault Weapon bans
  • Discretionary issuance carry licenses
  • Gun registration


Who can carry a gun?

  • Concealed Carry
  • Open Carry
  • Requirements
  • Obligations and duties
  • Risks and liabilities
  • Prohibited persons


Where can you take a gun?

  • College campuses
  • Workplace
  • Federal installations
  • Post offices
  • Businesses


Can you keep guns off your property?

  • Multi-family
  • Commercial property
  • Bars and restaurants
  • Hotels
  • Off-site retailers of alcohol
  • 30.06 & 30.07 signage

keeping you and your family safe