I must also appologize for my brief rebuttal last night.TexanVeteran wrote: ↑Wed Nov 21, 2018 6:52 amActually, it's not.C-dub wrote: ↑Wed Nov 21, 2018 12:01 amThis is so wrong!TexanVeteran wrote: ↑Tue Nov 20, 2018 11:27 pmYou do not have to disclose at a traffic stop in Texas. The only thing you have to do is produce your carry permit, if requested, when open carrying.montgomery wrote: ↑Mon Oct 15, 2018 3:29 pmWhy would you voluntarily show your CCW / LTC to a volunteer gate security person when it is not required to do so. Might as well open carry at that point. You are not required to disclose unless at a traffic stop with at Texas peace officer or upon direct request by a Texas peace officer. Otherwise, don't ask, don't tell.
1. I just had my LTC class.
2. I did my research
3. Texas is not a disclosure state. It is a courtesy, yes, but not legally required at a traffic stop.
4. If you are open carrying, LEO's do have the right to ask you to show your LTC, and you must.
That is the law. Look it up.
I was on my break at work last night and did not have time to find the relevant statute and copy it with my phone.
The requirement is still there, but you may have discovered that the penalty has been removed.