Suggesting that efforts resulting in the anti OC Laws and others laws in TEXAS be abolished, modified, altered, change as to eliminate ANY REQUIREMENT to conceal leaving the act of concealing an otherwise lawfully carried firearm OPTIONAL per the wishes of the carrier!I live in Texas. While open carry was passed this year, your firearm must be concealed if you are in your vehicle.
If approached by law enforcement, they must not be able to see your gun.
Judgemental much? to a user with a low post count no less. Does seem to be decidedly unfriendly.so in seven years you have finally purchased a firearm and only now wish to carry it...
here is a link for the current tx tri fold:
joe, third personal attack in two days...quite impressed ~ nawlll not really cuz i so do enjoy your continued exhibition of your obvious maturity on a publicly read forum.Judgemental much? to a user with a low post count no less. Does seem to be decidedly unfriendly.
No Personal Attack has occurred. Simply observations made.joe, third personal attack in two days...quite impressed ~ nawlll not really cuz i so do enjoy your continued exhibition of your obvious maturity on a publicly read forum.
Welcome to OCDO.I'm always wearing Concealed Carry Holsters and there wasn't never problems with that. I just cover it with my casual shirt and that's it. If they asked me if I got a gun, I just told them where is, I don't touch or move my hands. My hands are always on wheel. But I told them where is my gun and twice they asked me to step out of a car so I ask them to open doors and my hands were always where they could see it. And after they check my ID and gun documents they leave me
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Have a nice day mate!
And great community here
----Gov Code Sec. 411.205.
Requirement to Display License.
If a license holder is carrying a handgun on or about the license holder's person when a magistrate or a peace officer demands that the license holder display identification, the license holder shall display both the license holder's driver's license or identification certificate issued by the department and the license holder's handgun license.
And make sure that your local law enforcement complies with the law. After all, ignorance of the law is no excuse.As to 'what you do when in Texas', it may help you to know the actual law:
It doesn't say anything about talkin' about your "weapon", sir. Know the law, follow the law.