"Gun-Buster" Sign Legal?

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Re: "Gun-Buster" Sign Legal?

Postby twomillenium » Thu Dec 28, 2017 12:43 pm

jmorris wrote:
bigtek wrote:I recommend people read this forum to learn the law and then get a license from another state because Texas DPS either doesn't know the law or they intentionally break the law. Either way, it's best to avoid their fudge cluster.


Ok, I'll bite. How does having a license from another state solve the problem? You still have to follow Texas laws in Texas.

:iagree: Spot on!
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Re: "Gun-Buster" Sign Legal?

Postby Abraham » Thu Dec 28, 2017 2:33 pm

Yes, I too would like to know the advantage/advantages of an out of state LTC.

Inquiring minds would to know, so please speak up or have you decided you are mistaken...?


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Re: "Gun-Buster" Sign Legal?

Postby NNT » Sat Jan 06, 2018 9:50 am

A sign I have not seen before. About 6x9", gun buster, with no firearms, and both English and Spanish 30.06 wording. If made bigger it would have met standard. The irony is it was at a gas station in Buda on I-35, and right inside the door is a spinning rack full of 2nd amendment stickers, one even said we don't need gun control, we need idiot control...seemed a bit contradictory to me...

Maybe corporate is gun free but franchisee is pro gun?

Would you walk past this sign carrying? Maybe get asked to leave if OC trying to buy a 2A sticker? :headscratch


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Re: "Gun-Buster" Sign Legal?

Postby kw5kw » Sat Jan 06, 2018 10:03 am

NNT wrote:A sign I have not seen before. About 6x9", gun buster, with no firearms, and both English and Spanish 30.06 wording. If made bigger it would have met standard. The irony is it was at a gas station in Buda on I-35, and right inside the door is a spinning rack full of 2nd amendment stickers, one even said we don't need gun control, we need idiot control...seemed a bit contradictory to me...

Maybe corporate is gun free but franchisee is pro gun?

Would you walk past this sign carrying? Maybe get asked to leave if OC trying to buy a 2A sticker? :headscratch

In one word: "Yes!"
If it doesn't meet 30.06/7 standards it means nothing IMHO.
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Re: "Gun-Buster" Sign Legal?

Postby Take Down Sicko » Sat Jan 06, 2018 3:43 pm

I walked right past a gun buster sign when i went to lunch today. The food was tasty and the micheladas smooth. Didnt give the sign a second thought.


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Re: "Gun-Buster" Sign Legal?

Postby Bushwhacker » Sat Jan 06, 2018 3:53 pm

I'm not worried about fighting the fine if I'm charged with ignoring a gun buster sign. If I'm arrested I might get enough money to retire after I sue everybody for false arrest and making a false accusation to police.


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Re: "Gun-Buster" Sign Legal?

Postby Abraham » Sat Jan 06, 2018 5:14 pm

Have an LTC?

Gun buster signs are for those without an LTC.

Easy.


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