Here's a good, quick, cheat sheet for Texas. It also lists the penalty (felony, misdemeanor).
TCHA: Civilian Carry
This is a discussion on Texas: 'Where Can You Carry' Guide within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Here's a good, quick, cheat sheet for Texas. It also lists the penalty (felony, misdemeanor). TCHA: Civilian Carry...
Cool link! Thanks.
"The only purpose for a pistol is to fight your way back to the rifle you should have never laid down". -unknown
thanks but are 2 questions from my walk tonight...
Is there State Preemption in Texas?
My City (college station) Park near my house has a sigh stating no firearms or air guns and cites a City Code.
Is this enough to Cover 30.06?
"The world is filled with violence. Because criminals carry guns, we decent law-abiding citizens should also have guns. Otherwise they will win and the decent people will lose."
-James Earl Jones
The city can't preempt state law. If you're licensed, and it's legal to carry in the park (i.e., no school activities), then you're good to go.My City (college station) Park near my house has a sigh stating no firearms or air guns and cites a City Code.
30.06 doesn't apply here.Is this enough to Cover 30.06?
BTW, IANAL. Make sure to do your own research.
Maybe a call to the CHL office can clear this up.
Concealed Handgun Licensing Section
Texas Department of Public Safety
Phone: (512) 424-7293 or (512) 424-7294
Helpline: (800) 224-5744
(a) A municipality may not adopt regulations relating to the transfer, private ownership, keeping, transportation, licensing, or registration of firearms, ammunition, or firearm supplies.
(b) Subsection (a) does not affect the authority a municipality has under another law to:
(1) require residents or public employees to be armed for personal or national defense, law enforcement, or another lawful purpose;
(2) regulate the discharge of firearms within the limits of the municipality;
(3) regulate the use of property, the location of a business, or uses at a business under the municipality's fire code, zoning ordinance, or land-use regulations as long as the code, ordinance, or regulations are not used to circumvent the intent of Subsection (a) or Subdivision (5) of this subsection;
(4) regulate the use of firearms in the case of an insurrection, riot, or natural disaster if the municipality finds the regulations necessary to protect public health and safety;
(5) regulate the storage or transportation of explosives to protect public health and safety, except that 25 pounds or less of black powder for each private residence and 50 pounds or less of black powder for each retail dealer are not subject to regulation; or
(6) regulate the carrying of a firearm by a person other than a person licensed to carry a concealed handgun under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code, at a:
(A) public park;
(B) public meeting of a municipality, county, or other governmental body;
(C) political rally, parade, or official political meeting; or
(D) nonfirearms-related school, college, or professional athletic event.
(c) The exception provided by Subsection (b)(6) does not apply if the firearm is in or is carried to or from an area designated for use in a lawful hunting, fishing, or other sporting event and the firearm is of the type commonly used in the activity.
Texas Department of Public Safety - Courtesy, Service, Protection
How did I miss this thread, I was just about to post a 30.06 question and tried the search, guess I am getting better.
I had a question for the Texans on this forum, where are all the 30.06 signs?
I have been actively looking to make sure I know where I can and can't carry and outside of my CHL class I have not seen 1 actual 30.06 sign. I have seen many "it is illegal to carry an unlicensed firearm..." signs, but since I am about a week away form having my CHL in hand I don't have to worry about those.
Now that is cool. I was just thinking about trying to set up something like this, on maybe Google Maps or something.
The only 30.06 signs I have seen have been on hospitals or doctors offices in a hospital owned building.
I guess the easiest way for us in Texas to protect ourselves is to just go back to carrying long guns. How do you think that would go over, if everyone started toting their shotguns around again. After the first week of calls to 911, with man has a gun entering Walmart or the grocery store, mall, ect. the dispatcher would probably just say, are they pointing it at anyone, answer no, well the it is perfectly legal for them to have it.
Anyone want to volunteer to start the movement off.
Just remember that shot placement is much more important with what you carry than how big a bang you get with each trigger pull.
Texas CHL Instructor
Texas Hunter Education Instructor
I noticed that on the link that bluelineman posted, Taco Bueno will no longer get my $ .89. What is funny is the one about a mile form my house was not listed, so I will have to check it out and see.