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  • Slashhavoc

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    As of a week ago, I finally have my TX drivers license, aka an official resident. I have three out of state CHL permits. 1. Arizona Non-resident permit, 2. Florida Non-resident permit, and 3. Idaho Resident permit.

    I know TX has reciprocity agreement with all of these states, but my question is must I obtain a TX CHL to continue to carry concealed now that I am a resident?


    Thanks!


    (I will refrain from voicing frustrations regarding the ridiculous circus to obtain a drivers license in this state or regarding the lack of open ground to shoot on...)
     

    shortround

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    The Texas Legislature has the mind that if you are a resident, you should have a Texas CHL ... don't know if that has made its way into law yet.

    As a dissenter, I believe anyone should be able to carry openly or concealed without a damned permit.

    As for "prohibited persons," that should be codified into law.
     

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