Look in the above post here http://texaschlforum.com/viewtopic.php? ... 55#p938448" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; at the images. They are the ones in the post you are not seeing.chuck-texas wrote:So this is what I'm seeing: http://i.imgur.com/mOJxDpn.png" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;Keith B wrote:Those are above in the post.chuck-texas wrote:The ones at the first page. I cannot see the first 3 images, they seem broken. :(C-dub wrote:Which images? The ones I posted on this, the 18th page of this thread?chuck-texas wrote:Can you please refresh the images? They are dead. :)
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Those are above in the post.chuck-texas wrote:The ones at the first page. I cannot see the first 3 images, they seem broken. :(C-dub wrote:Which images? The ones I posted on this, the 18th page of this thread?chuck-texas wrote:Can you please refresh the images? They are dead. :)
Then they follow the rule I mentioned about 30.06 sign or verbal notification. If you have a CHL, then you should have been taught that in class.davidjg wrote:OK. Suppose they don't sell alcohol,like Starbucks. Carry friendly or not?
Not sure what you mean. If they want to prohibit a CHL from carrying, then they must post a 30.06 sign. The sign is not mandatory, but is required if they want to use a sign to notify you. They can also verbally give you notification or hand you a card with the 30.06 language on it and you must leave.davidjg wrote:Is it mandatory that a store or franchise post signage if they do not want CHLer's in the store?
If they sell alcohol then they MUST post one of two signs per TABC laws. If they make less than 51% of their income from alcohol sales for on premise consumption they have to post the blue 'Unlicnsed possesion' sign. You can carry past that. If they make more than 51% income from on-premise consumption sales, then they have to post a 51% sign and you cannot carry past that.
Not sure what you are asking for suggestions on? If you are asking about not printing, that is something we can't answer without knowing a lot more info about body size, type, gun model, type of holster, where on body carried, type of clothes, ad infinitum. If you are asking about how to get over the fear of printing when you aren't, a lot of that will come with time the more you carry.phsdoc55 wrote:I took my wife to see The Heat today, was my first time carrying in public and the Cinemark in Lubbock had no signs. Carried in, through the movie, to lunch, to Payless, and finally for a trip to Wally World, never had any issue except that I kept thinking that I was going to be seen because I thought I was printing (never was). Any suggestions with this?
It only has to be conspicuously displayed, and does not require to be by every entrance. If they have one conspicuously displayed on the property, then it meets that requirement. As for the 1" letters, if they are close you may have a hard time beating that one in court. Even if you do, it looks close enough you may take a ride and will have to spend money to beat it.infidex wrote:Letters much smaller than 1 inch, others also stated that it's not by all entrances and it's further than 10 feet from an entrance (I'm no expert, so don't know that there is any validity in that ruling).Keith B wrote:What doesn't meet requirements? Looks valid unless the letters are less than 1"
What doesn't meet requirements? Looks valid unless the letters are less than 1"infidex wrote:So our local Carmike movie theather has put up a sign, getting lots of outrage by the locals on facebook due to the shooting in CO happening at a theater that did not allow concealed carry. Some folks taking business elsewhere to one of the other theaters in town, while others are going to just keep carrying since sign doesn't meet the requirements formally. There is also a sign saying that your subject to being searched as well in the theater, mostly due to recording devices, but that is what makes people a bit nervous about carrying.
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