Skip to comments.Texas Concealed Handgun Law: Ten Years Later
Posted on 01/05/2006 12:39:22 PM PST by Pop Fly
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We'll take it back only a slice at a time, the same way as it was taken from us. The dream of a Supreme Court case overturning the '34 NFA, the '68 GCA and the '86 machine gun ban is just that, a dream.
I don't know the answer to that but it reminded me that the TSRA annual meeting is a couple of miles from me. I hope I didn't miss it.
Good deal Shooter....... if ya go ask the question for this TSRA Life Member if ya will please ......:o)
Hope yer well !!
Seems unfair to hold one CHL holder accountable in their vehicle and someone under the travlers law gets a free pass on that requirement. Specifically since I "think" the CHL shows up in the DPS data base available to the trooper anyway when he comes up to my vehicle on a traffic stop......
Seems to be nothing more than an "audit trap" anyway (IMHO).....
Stay safe !
True. Certain parts, especially some saloons could be quit exciting, but in general the streets were very safe. It was true that almost everyone was armed, even the ladies. As a result, common street crime was rare. There just weren't any muggings. Stagecoach & trains were a different matter, but even those were risky for the crooks.
There just weren't any muggings. Stagecoach & trains were a different matter, but even those were risky for the crooks.
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