Charles L. Cotton wrote:Texas is gun-friendly pretty much everywhere. Travis County used to be questionable, but the former DA is now gone and I don't know how it is with the current DA.
BTW, cities cannot regulate carrying of firearms in parks, if you have a Texas Concealed Handgun License. If you have a preference for any particular part of the State, let us know and someone will be able to give you more specific information.
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CDH wrote:I would suggest that you pick your region of Texas based on climate and activities...pretty much anywhere is reasonably gun friendly. You can get an hour outside most any of our metro areas, be near enough to medical facilities and such, but plenty rural.
If you want to narrow it down, may I suggest the Temple area and the Texas Hill Country? Both have excellent medical facilities in the area, have great landscape, and little to find wrong...if you can take the summer heat. I like Corpus Christi as well, and there are several nice 'retirement subdivision type' areas just east and North of town as well...Rockport comes to mind as well as Padre Island (where I live), but if you don't like tornadoes then you might have trouble with hurricanes!
surprise_i'm_armed wrote:Since you may want to live in a rural area, and if you want to shoot on your
own property, Texas law requires you to have a minimum of 10 acres and none
of your lead may cross a boundary line.
fickman wrote:Might also consider the "north Texas hill country". . .
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