July 2nd, 2011 03:49 AM
Going to TX. Looks like IND CCL works
I need to go to TX in August. I have not flown with my XD but thinking it might be a good time too. It looks to me from looking at Handgun site as though TX honors IND residents who have a carry permit. Does anyone have first hand experience? Thanks
July 2nd, 2011 08:16 AM
I live here
Its a GREAT state to CCW in. And a great place to live
Look out for a 4 inch sign that says "30.06" in establishements....if you see one... dont carry there
The other areas to not go are.......... Govt, Schools (inside the building), Bars with 50% alc drinks
Other than that, unless Im forgetting one, you are good to go
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July 2nd, 2011 08:58 AM
You must tell LEO, if stopped while in car, that you have cc sidearm.
You must carry your State's permit with you at all times you carry.
Print out a copy of the rules to take with you. Print out a copy of the two signs you must respect: 30.06 and 51% Alcohol signs. Ignore any other sign.
PENAL CODE**CHAPTER 46. WEAPONS
For the use of your firearm to defend yourself: here is Texas Use of Force/Lethal Force Law
PENAL CODE**CHAPTER 9. JUSTIFICATION EXCLUDING CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY
Note section 9.04: You can use your firearm as a tool to deescalate a situation so long as you MYOB beforehand, have a right to be where you are, and are not involved, at the time, in illegal activity. Texas considers drawing down to give the APPEARANCE you will use you firearm as a use of simple force versus lethal force to respond to force used against you (aggressor menaces, closes distance, tries to reach grab etc). (Back OFF!, and if you continue to aggress (after you see my weapon pointed at you) I shoot you into the ground......). If aggressor continues to aggress, the legal system calls that deliberate indifference. Avoid being smarmy/mouthy before drawing to avoid looking like you instigated any of the incident.
NJoy your stay here in the Lone Star State.
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- Frederic Bastiat
July 2nd, 2011 09:00 AM
Lol, I am visiting Indiana and I am carrying here. What Dean said.
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July 2nd, 2011 09:14 AM
Wow! Those are pretty strong drinks!
Originally Posted by dean1818
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July 2nd, 2011 01:05 PM
Failure to notify is no longer an offense. Still the proper thing to do, we just can't be prosecuted for failure to notify as of some time last year. Doesn't mean the LEO knows that though, so I always notify. Most times they just ask what I'm carrying……and how I like it.
Originally Posted by TVJ
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July 2nd, 2011 04:07 PM
Indiana doesn't have a "CCL." Indiana issues a License to Carry Handgun. In Indiana, the manner in which you carry (open or concealed) is not regulated. However, when carrying with your handgun license in another state, you must abide by their laws, and unless something has changed recently, there is no open carry in Texas. Keep it concealed, mind the 30.06 signs, and you should be good to go!
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July 2nd, 2011 05:13 PM
30.06 signs where do you see them mostly? Restaurants, shopping centers or just anywhere? and What about parks in Texas ? Is legal to carry in state parks?
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