Seeing a recent proliferation of properly worded, but unenforceable, 30.06 signage on city properties these days (even our city's maintenance garage has one posted), it's almost like Texas' city managers/council members have attended a seminar and decided that, since no penalty is involved, it's OK to use the signage for intimidation/feel good purposes? It is my understanding, although in contravention of State statutes, it is not an illegal act to post these signs; and I agree it's likely best to let sleeping, unenforceable dogs lie and not draw attention to them, but the proliferation is nonetheless disturbing. It is hard to deny that the chances of an illegal arrest arguably increase with every unenforceable sign put up, along with the attendant costs to both parties. Any legal minds (jailhouse, or otherwise) ever comment on the possible applicability of 39.03 (2), once these folks are made aware of their actions? Chapters 36 & 39, Penal Code Apparently these offenses constitute a Class A misdemeanor and, along with a friendly, concerned citizen's query to the powers-that-be regarding the signs, and which includes a reference to the above, may be enough to get them to at least examine their actions. Just as with a CCW, it's not something I would want to use without absolute and proper justification, but .... Then again, maybe I missed something? Would've posted this at TexasCHL forum, but it appears to be taking a vacation.