Discussion in 'Legal' started by calaverasslim, Apr 13, 2015.
The current loudmouth police chief complained further about the amendment (that wouldn't have been there if he hadn't shot off his mouth) saying that if he saw somebody with a gun in front of his house he wouldn't be able to ask to see his license, Other police certainly didn't like the amendment either but he is the one that became one of the ugly faces of gun control during the process.
If the police over-use their authority, there will be civil and criminal and likely legislative remedies brought into play. Otherwise, it is unlikely that most police and police jurisdictions are going to go on a public harassment campaign however much the liberrhoid pols and superannuated, hippy-chick pie wagons would like them too.
Yeah, that's what was pretty well circulated. What I wanna know is who else aligned with him, because I find it hard to believe that he solely had enough sway to cause legislators representing all parts of the state to cave on the amendment...
A neat aspect of the final version of H 910
is that PC 30:06 has been modified to reduce the penalty for walking past an '06 or (07) sign to a class c misdemeanor that doesn't evoke criminal disability. It goes back to a class A if the licensee refuses to leave after being verbally told to do so.
Of course,not CHL holder would purposefully violate an anti-gun sign but this is a nice thing for anybody who might forget.
Maybe my S&W 629-1 four incher. I use it with stag grips and Tyler T. Keep it in the El Paso 1942 holster and get a strong side one for my stainless Colt Combat Commander.
Gotta get them engraved soon! Oh the expense!
But that and a ten gallon hat will mark me as a true TEXICAN. Even the Texas Rangers will be jealous!
And Deaf Smith is a Texican, born and raised here.
Always wanted a gator skin holster.
Any excuse to hit the lick, I'm in.
Yeah, trying to pick a BBQ place in that area would probably raise more debate and disagreement than Huffines amendment did.
Salt Lick is great, but I was thinking of somplace in Austin proper, like Franklin's -- maybe have them cater a party in front of Acevedo's house.
Manns is not good.... LOL and extra expensive.
Opie's or It's All Good in Spicewood if we get out of Austin.
LA barbecue, Jmueller, stiles switch (not as consistent)
Rudys extramoist can be very good.
Senate PASSES Campus Carry (SB 11)
Goes to the House tomorrow at 2:00pm for final vote.
I was thinking about a Sneaky Pete holster. They aren't really that discreet, are they? It looks more like a sort of hybrid open carry. Now to decide what to choose for every day carry.
Moving to TX from NJ feels like going from trying to watch a movie on your phone to having stadium seating with dinner and drinks served at the table, and 3D. Maybe 4D!
When you hit the border make sure you scream at the top of your lungs, F-R-E-E-D-O-M!!!!!!!!!!!!!! In your best Mel Gibson impersonation (war paint optional!).
Just keep in mind our gun laws are not great, just pretty good. Getting the CHL can take a few months. Carry starts in Jan and police in the cities will probably harass you and people will probably call the police on you.
and when the police don't seem all that interesting, they'll make up something to get their attention. There are many crazy people and they have an open license to do harm. One local woman, a medicated schizophrenic, here in waco, saw a motor cycle rider a couple of days after the meeting at twin oaks. She wanted to "DIAL! 9!!! and Report Him! He co-dependent husband quelled that notion.
The attempt to lower the penalty for carry in the NPEs didn't make it, IIRC?
Im sure the unintended consequence of open carry will be more 30.06 signs.
I do not know what an NPEs might be but
Pae 32 of the enrolled text of hb190 (MSW) amends PC 30-06 reducing the penalty for violating the sign to a class c misdemeanor
(B)**a sign posted on the property that:
(i)**includes the language described by Paragraph (A) in both English and Spanish;
(ii)**appears in contrasting colors with block letters at least one inch in height; and
(iii)**is displayed in a conspicuous manner clearly visible to the public at each entrance to the property.
(d)**An offense under this section is a Class C misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed $200, except that the offense is a Class A misdemeanor if it is shown on the trial of the offense that, after entering the property, the license holder waspersonally given the notice by oral communication described by Subsection (b) and subsequently failed to depart.
Separate names with a comma.