Yes, you must have a handgun carry permit to legally carry a handgun in Texas.
If you have a handgun carry permit, definitely. The handgun carry permit covers "any handgun that you legally own or posses."
As long as you have a handgun carry permit that is valid in Texas, yes. You can also carry a handgun on or about your person in your motor vehicle without a license in Texas, if you meet the "requirements". Is a motorcycle a motor vehicle? Yes: "Motor vehicle" means: (A) any motor driven or propelled vehicle required to be registered under the laws of this state; So you can legally carry a handgun on or about your person on your motorcycle if you meet the "requirements".
Not legally, unless you are hunting and you can only carry a concealed handgun if you have a permit.
Arizona does not require handgun registration, so yes, it is legal as long as you can otherwise legally carry a handgun.
The laws are rather complicated. You may legally carry a handgun if certain conditions apply, however, the safer course of action would be to assume the answer is "No" unless you are certain these conditions apply to you.For example: it's normally legal to carry a handgun on your own property, or in a motor vehicle en route to property you own or control. However, it's illegal to carry a handgun if you have been drinking.To someone who is used to laws in other states, certain provisions of the Texas concealed-carry laws seem a little weird... for example, "concealed carry" means precisely that: A concealed carry license does not confer the right to openly carry a handgun.
You can not carry an unconcealed handgun in Texas with or without a license.
You can legally transport it unloaded and inaccessible, but to have it loaded and accessible, you must have a NY handgun carry permit.
It depends on what you mean. If you legally possess the handgun, then it is legal to have it in Tennessee. Tennessee doesn't require any kind of registration, however, you do have to have a valid handgun carry permit to legally carry it on your person or have it accessible in your vehicle.
The best way to do it is to have a handgun carry permit that is valid in Florida. For other information, see the related link.
any weapon its perfectly legal to have a gun in texas You can never carry an illegal knife or club concealed or otherwise. You can carry a handgun in your vehicle but it MUST be concealed. You can only carry a handgun concealed on your person if you have a concealed handgun license.
Arizona is an open carry state. If you can legally own a handgun, you can carry it openly without a permit. If you want to carry a concealed handgun, you need a permit.
You CAN LEGALLY CARRY A LOADED WEAPON IN YOUR CAR IN TEXAS! Texas law states that your vehicle is considered part of your domain, like your home, and that a loaded weapon in your car must be concealed in an appropriate manner, eg. not in your passenger seat.
No it is not legal to open carry a handgun in Texas. Only concealed carry with a CCW is allowed. Although open carrying a rifle or shotgun non threatingly (on your back) is perfectly legal.
Yes, if you have a Texas concealed handgun carry permit, or a permit from any state with which Texas recognizes reciprocity, you can carry a concealed hangun in Texas.
To own and carry a handgun, you must be 21.
Yes U can carry a Pocket Knife in certain parts of Texas legally.
Yes. But you can carry a handgun on or about your person in your vehicle without a license IF: 1 it is your vehicle or a vehicle under your control 2 it must be concealed 3 legally able to possess the handgun 4 not committing any crime other than class c traffic 5 not a member of a street gang
Yes. To carry one concealed, you need a Concealed Handgun Licence, however.
No. A CHL only permits you to carry a concealed weapon.
According to handgunlaw.us, yes, Georgia recognizes Texas permits.
You need to consult with a lawyer for a legally correct and current answer.
Yes, as of 2010, anyone that can legally own a handgun can carry it openly OR concealed.
I'm sure it depends on where you are and what the local laws and/or policies are. Here, parole officers are not sworn law enforcement, so by that definition, no they can't legally carry a handgun unless they get a regular carry permit.
Under Texas law you can not carry on or about your person a handgun. You can carry a rifle or shotgun. So the question is can you carry a blank firing handgun? Texas does allow you to carry on or about your person a handgun in your vehicle without a license if: 1 it is concealed 2 it is your vehicle or a vehicle under your control 3 not committing any crime other than class c traffic 4 legally able to possess the handgun 5 not a member of a street gang So would a blank firing handgun be considered a handgun? "Handgun" means any firearm that is designed, made, or adapted to be fired with one hand. "Firearm" means any device designed, made, or adapted to expel a projectile through a barrel by using the energy generated by an explosion or burning substance or any device readily convertible to that use. So as long as it can not fire a bullet or be " readily convertible to that use".
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