My G43 is on me anytime I am not at work or swimming.What's the next thread? Asking about what we carry on our dirt bikes? I am not telling but yes I do. Especially if I am by myself in a more remote area. Not taking any chances.
With the right duty ammo I bet you could swim.. Some of that federal shit had so much sealant on it I threw a few rounds away just because I was concerned it would effect something. Might be an interesting test. Swim a few days then shoot the ammo.My G43 is on me anytime I am not at work or swimming.
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Youre probably right, but the Speedo is already full of you get what I'm sayin... no room for anything else.With the right duty ammo I bet you could swim.. Some of that federal shit had so much sealant on it I threw a few rounds away just because I was concerned it would effect something. Might be an interesting test. Swim a few days then shoot the ammo.
I've read the Texas penal code 46 a few times (as much as humanly possible) but never saw any mention of the law that for OC, the handgun must be in a holder ON the person. I read the part where it mentions shoulder or belt holster. But no other mention of location of the weapon. Hence all the funny memes with a handgun in a belt holster, hanging from someone's neck or shoulder on a piece of twine.
Please DO correct me if I am wrong. I don't want to be wrong. But I just could not find anything more in the penal code.
It is just sad that our lawmakers do not even proof read what they propose and pass.
What law is it that you have referred to that goes into effect January 1?Currently if you wish to carry your handgun in a vehicle, it has to be concealed either on your person, under the seat, glove box, or center console, etc… if it is OPEN carried, then it MUST be in a shoulder or belt holster AND on your Physical body.
Effective Jan 1, you will be allowed to open carry in your car, as long as the handgun is in ANY type of holster. The holster does NOT have to be physically on your body. It can be attached to your vehicle, or simply laying in the passenger seat, or on your dash or center console, etc… So long as you are in the Vehicle, or on it.
Magnet mounts are NOT legal in your car, unless they are concealed, OR include a holster, and the handgun is IN the holster.
Agreed. And while I would expect the LEO or even DAs (who are sworn in by their oath to uphold the law and constitution) to not make up extra clauses in the law, you will find plenty of libtards DAs who will try to fry you for not breaking a vaguely-written law, such as this one.The problem, is exactly that. It doesn’t say it has to be on your person, nor does it say it does NOT have to be on your person.