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by CleverNickname
Tue Jun 09, 2015 9:32 am
Forum: New to CHL?
Topic: Signs for the CHLer
Replies: 323
Views: 73733

Re: Signs for the CHLer

JKTex wrote:
MeMelYup wrote:
SSwt00SS wrote:Ran across this signage at a Softball Complex in Plano. I took this so that myself and others can continue to be well informed. My question is: what section are we looking for to see if CHL'ers can carry at this complex? I have not come across it yet, or perhaps I've missed it.

Comment is the (4th) line item from the bottom, in the left hand column.
Doesn't apply to a person with a CHL. This sign applies to OCT and OCTC that don't have a CHL.
:headscratch I'm not sure how you get that it applies to 2 specific groups, it's clear in it's simple message that it's intent (legal or not) is to keep "weapons" off the property except as noted.

We're beating a dead horse though..... :txflag:
It applies to them (and anyone else who carries long guns in public), because local governments are not restricted under state law from banning long gun carry on their property.
by CleverNickname
Mon Jun 08, 2015 9:24 am
Forum: New to CHL?
Topic: Signs for the CHLer
Replies: 323
Views: 73733

Re: Signs for the CHLer

SSwt00SS wrote:Ran across this signage at a Softball Complex in Plano. I took this so that myself and others can continue to be well informed. My question is: what section are we looking for to see if CHL'ers can carry at this complex? I have not come across it yet, or perhaps I've missed it.

Comment is the (4th) line item from the bottom, in the left hand column.
1) That's not a 30.06 sign, so it doesn't apply to CHL licensees.
2) The sign itself says it doesn't apply to licensees.
3) A city park is government-owned property, so if a 30.06 sign was posted, it would be invalid anyways.

This isn't complicated.

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