What Do You Think

Discussion in 'Texas Concealed Handgun (CHL)' started by Wedge, Sep 13, 2009.

  1. Wedge

    Wedge Member

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    First off im just asking. I know its important we know our laws but could we set up a quik referance were we can and cannot carry. I cant remember them all the time 24/7 no matter how much I study. A quik guide would be nice what do you think.

    (1) Schools/school activity

    (2) Place of voting

    (3) Court houses/Prisons and jails

    (4) 51% were alchohal is from sales

    (5) Were 30.06 sign is posted

    (6) Place of execution on the day of

    (7) Alchohal can be purchased and comsumed but must stay undr legal limit. It depends what the LEO thinks about your condition.

    Ok what have I forgotten?
    Mayby some of you thinks its stupid but I know it would help me. Could someone do this properly and have it posted on the CHL sight if it was thought as a good idea. I think it would be nice to just look at this as compared to finding it in your book. Also users with I-phones and Blackberry users could look it up quickly. I did a search on this and didnt find anything like this.
     


  2. Eagles1181

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    Federal Property
     
  3. Wedge

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    I saw were someone the other day said banks. I see nothing about banks being off limit unless they are because of being federal insured.
     
  4. DirtyD

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    Banks are private property unless you are going to the Federal Reserve, and must be posted. You all need to spend some serious time with your CHL Handbook or go take a class again....
     
  5. Wedge

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    Dirty again lets not turn this into a bashing event. Ive spent alot of time with the book. Unless you are a lawyer and understand all the teminology it can get very confusing. Not bashing you. I still think this would be nice. As far as the class goes its great when u first get out but again you have to retain what you have learned. If you have a very busy life like I do then its not allways easy to remember every detail. With these questions being asked all the time I would think a perminent copy of all the rules would save a ton of questions. Thanks for your input.
     
  6. APatriot

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    Dirty...you are correct.

    FWIW, you won't find many banks posted because frankly, they don't want to be robbed and they want the prospective robber to think twice that there may be CHLs in the location.


     
  7. Texas42

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    post offices are federal property IIRC
     
  8. Eagles1181

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    When the rules were originally written banks were included in the prohibited places list. Hospitals were also, and I think there were a couple of others as well. The rules where later amended to read that these places were off limits only if they were posted. Wedge if you got your permit back when the rules first came out, that might be what you are thinking of.

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  9. DirtyD

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    I am not trying to bash anybody, I just think that if it is important enough to you to carry a weapon then it should be important enough to learn the law. The CHL laws are actually pretty easy to understand if you take the time to read them. I will gladly compare schedules with anyone here as far as a "busy life goes", yet I still found time to learn the law.... Until you can answer these questions (maybe not you specifically, wouldnt want anyone to feel as if they were being attacked...) you may want to reconsider your choice to go armed legally.
     
  10. Eagles1181

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    Oh, also Credit Unions do tend to be posted. Something about the federal backing for them (similar to FDIC, but differant initials) requires them to be posted from what I have heard. So if you go to one, keep your eyes peeled for the sign, or just assume that it is posted, and find a new bank.

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