Gun Locks and Masks

Gun Locks and Masks

I don’t think gun locks and masks are the same things, but I understand why people are thinking of them that way. Many of my gun safety advocate friends were shocked when I admitted I didn’t support face masks. And several of them replied with,...
Genie makes safety magic at Wiley’s Gun Shop

Genie makes safety magic at Wiley’s Gun Shop

Last weekend my mother-in-law came for a visit. She’s in her eighties and lives in Tyler, Texas. Genie doesn’t like to drive alone anymore so she brought her friend Regina with her. She also gets nervous about driving through Austin, so Randy and I met...
Safety gets new spotlight from Bright by Text

Safety gets new spotlight from Bright by Text

I’ve met several milestones in the recent months with Lock Arms for Life. I’ve incorporated, filed for nonprofit status, and registered my trademark. I also approved a new site plan for my website. Those are just the internal things, though. Lock Arms has...
Staying Safe

Staying Safe

A few weeks ago I was interviewed for an article in the Reform Austin News. This is a tough time we live in and staying safe seems to be the trending message. While we practice safety for a pandemic we must not forget about other safety habits. Gun tragedies happen...
Book sales down, gun sales up

Book sales down, gun sales up

I’ve learned that launching a book in the middle of a pandemic isn’t going to be easy. My publishing team is working from home with no access to the things on their office computers. Amazon has put book orders on the back-burner, marketing budgets have...
Texas permits weapons group to control gun safety money

Texas permits weapons group to control gun safety money

Taxpayer-funded gun locks are free to Texans — unless they have the wrong ‘political agenda’ San Antonio Express-News By Allie Morris AUSTIN — Eight years after her son died from an accidental shooting in 2009, Leesa Ross began preaching safe firearm storage at...