Texas Concealed Carry Law Signs

Be compliant with Texas Penal Code 30.06 prohibiting concealed carry handguns on premises and 30.07  prohibiting open carry handguns on your property. We make it easy and simple to be communicating the law easily on your property!

  • Large signs ensure visibility to prevent liability
  • Bilingual English and Spanish
  • Offering Signs and Labels in 2 sizes and 3 materials
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Know Your Texas Carry Law Sign Facts:

Effective 1/1/2016, a sign posted under §30.06, Texas Penal Code, must do the following:

 Include the following text in English and in Spanish:

  •          Pursuant to Section 30.06, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with a concealed handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a concealed handgun”
  •          Appear in contrasting colors with block letters at least one inch in height; and
  •          Be displayed in a conspicuous manner clearly visible to the public.
  •          Include the following text in English and in Spanish: “Pursuant to Section 30.07, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with an openly carried handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a handgun that is carried openly.”
  •          Appear in contrasting colors with block letters at least one inch in height; and

Be displayed in a conspicuous manner clearly visible to the public at each entrance to the property.

As of January 1, 2016, the charge for failing to heed signage has been reduced to a Class C misdemeanor, unless it can be shown at trial that the actor was given oral notice and failed to depart, in which case it remains a Class A misdemeanor. This is a significant difference, in that conviction of a Class A or B misdemeanor will result in the loss of your handgun license for at least 5 years, this is not the case if convicted of a Class C misdemeanor.

 

For more information visit:

http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/RSD/CHL/Legal/newlegislation.htm