Private office in a 3006 building.

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Re: Private office in a 3006 building.

Postby fickman » Fri Jan 04, 2013 8:50 pm

sjfcontrol wrote:Texas law makes no distinction for loaded or unloaded guns. If he is breaking the law carrying a loaded gun, he's also breaking it with an unloaded gun.

Then take it apart and make three trips.

Problem solved.
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Re: Private office in a 3006 building.

Postby sunny beach » Fri Jan 04, 2013 8:54 pm

tomtexan wrote:What about castle doctrine? Doesn't that extend to the workplace? If you are in your home, are you carrying under CHL authority or castle doctrine?

Castle Doctrine in Texas is all about justification for using force or deadly force. It has nothing to do with carrying guns.
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Re: Private office in a 3006 building.

Postby suthdj » Fri Jan 04, 2013 9:53 pm

fickman wrote:
sjfcontrol wrote:Texas law makes no distinction for loaded or unloaded guns. If he is breaking the law carrying a loaded gun, he's also breaking it with an unloaded gun.

Then take it apart and make three trips.

Problem solved.

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