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#87 - Problem is those codes change all the time. You would have to …  [+] (1 reply) 03/16/2016 on you die first +5
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#108 - ChuckNorrisVsMRT (03/16/2016) [-]
You can implant them without killing the person. You just can't remove them. You'd just need a new person and one person would just have to live the rest of their life with expired launch codes in their heart.
#64 - TL;DR  [+] (5 replies) 03/04/2016 on 100 deadly skills:good or... -1
#65 - justtocomment (03/04/2016) [-]
Open carry laws don't decide how gun friendly a state is.
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#66 - TeamAmerica (03/20/2016) [-]
A state's gun laws are the only measure of how gun-friendly that state is.
#67 - justtocomment (03/20/2016) [-]
Really? Not their accessibility, lack of waiting periods, and lack of gun-show registration? Not the percentage of homes they are present in or the average number of guns per citizen? None of those things measure. Only "how can I carry it"?
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#69 - TeamAmerica (03/21/2016) [-]
States like Wyoming and South Dakota with far fewer restrictive gun laws are far more deserving of the stereotype than Texas. States which do not charge you with a crime for disobeying a private corporate policy, restrict the kind of holster you can use, and don't require you to prove your innocence.
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#68 - TeamAmerica (03/20/2016) [-]
Accessibility, lack of waiting periods & lack of gun show registration are all governed by laws. The lack of a restrictive law = more gun friendliness, while the presence of a restrictive law = gun UNfriendliness. Texas has some pretty unfriendly gun laws on the books such as force-of-law behind private 'no gun' signs, only 2 types of holsters being allowed for OC, etc. Texas is not nearly as gun friendly as the stereotype proports.
#62 - His gun wasn't in his hand. Texas is also the only st…  [+] (7 replies) 03/01/2016 on 100 deadly skills:good or... 0
#63 - justtocomment (03/01/2016) [-]
And open carry is completely illegal in other states. And the process to conceal carry is simple and nearly nonexistent. And you can carry on college campuses. There is no wait time on any new gun purchas (rifle or handgun) and the only time we restrict ammo purchases is when there's a massive sale and we're trying not to sell out.
Maybe you and I have different opinions on what makes a state "gun-friendly". If your opinion on it is based on something like the Brady Campaign, then yeah - Texas isn't even in the top 20. I think the newest report actually put us at 30. If your opinion is based on open-carry laws, then yeah. There are 15 states with no permit required to open carry and about a half dozen with no restriction on how to open carry.
To me, gun-friendly is in the culture, like giving away rifles with the purchase of a pickup truck. It is in how a state looks at guns, and how it votes in terms of gun regulations. Texas is very gun friendly state, but it's also low on the ranks for gun crime and violence, because it's a gun-responsible state.
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#64 - TeamAmerica (03/04/2016) [-]
TL;DR
#65 - justtocomment (03/04/2016) [-]
Open carry laws don't decide how gun friendly a state is.
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#66 - TeamAmerica (03/20/2016) [-]
A state's gun laws are the only measure of how gun-friendly that state is.
#67 - justtocomment (03/20/2016) [-]
Really? Not their accessibility, lack of waiting periods, and lack of gun-show registration? Not the percentage of homes they are present in or the average number of guns per citizen? None of those things measure. Only "how can I carry it"?
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#69 - TeamAmerica (03/21/2016) [-]
States like Wyoming and South Dakota with far fewer restrictive gun laws are far more deserving of the stereotype than Texas. States which do not charge you with a crime for disobeying a private corporate policy, restrict the kind of holster you can use, and don't require you to prove your innocence.
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#68 - TeamAmerica (03/20/2016) [-]
Accessibility, lack of waiting periods & lack of gun show registration are all governed by laws. The lack of a restrictive law = more gun friendliness, while the presence of a restrictive law = gun UNfriendliness. Texas has some pretty unfriendly gun laws on the books such as force-of-law behind private 'no gun' signs, only 2 types of holsters being allowed for OC, etc. Texas is not nearly as gun friendly as the stereotype proports.
#60 - That such is a law in the first place is my point. He would no…  [+] (9 replies) 02/29/2016 on 100 deadly skills:good or... 0
#61 - justtocomment (02/29/2016) [-]
For carrying his gun in his hand rather than his holster? Yeah, there's a lot of fuckin states that would arrest you for that.
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#62 - TeamAmerica (03/01/2016) [-]
His gun wasn't in his hand.

Texas is also the only state that cares what kind of holster you use. Chest holsters are illegal in TX, for example.
#63 - justtocomment (03/01/2016) [-]
And open carry is completely illegal in other states. And the process to conceal carry is simple and nearly nonexistent. And you can carry on college campuses. There is no wait time on any new gun purchas (rifle or handgun) and the only time we restrict ammo purchases is when there's a massive sale and we're trying not to sell out.
Maybe you and I have different opinions on what makes a state "gun-friendly". If your opinion on it is based on something like the Brady Campaign, then yeah - Texas isn't even in the top 20. I think the newest report actually put us at 30. If your opinion is based on open-carry laws, then yeah. There are 15 states with no permit required to open carry and about a half dozen with no restriction on how to open carry.
To me, gun-friendly is in the culture, like giving away rifles with the purchase of a pickup truck. It is in how a state looks at guns, and how it votes in terms of gun regulations. Texas is very gun friendly state, but it's also low on the ranks for gun crime and violence, because it's a gun-responsible state.
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#64 - TeamAmerica (03/04/2016) [-]
TL;DR
#65 - justtocomment (03/04/2016) [-]
Open carry laws don't decide how gun friendly a state is.
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#66 - TeamAmerica (03/20/2016) [-]
A state's gun laws are the only measure of how gun-friendly that state is.
#67 - justtocomment (03/20/2016) [-]
Really? Not their accessibility, lack of waiting periods, and lack of gun-show registration? Not the percentage of homes they are present in or the average number of guns per citizen? None of those things measure. Only "how can I carry it"?
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#69 - TeamAmerica (03/21/2016) [-]
States like Wyoming and South Dakota with far fewer restrictive gun laws are far more deserving of the stereotype than Texas. States which do not charge you with a crime for disobeying a private corporate policy, restrict the kind of holster you can use, and don't require you to prove your innocence.
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#68 - TeamAmerica (03/20/2016) [-]
Accessibility, lack of waiting periods & lack of gun show registration are all governed by laws. The lack of a restrictive law = more gun friendliness, while the presence of a restrictive law = gun UNfriendliness. Texas has some pretty unfriendly gun laws on the books such as force-of-law behind private 'no gun' signs, only 2 types of holsters being allowed for OC, etc. Texas is not nearly as gun friendly as the stereotype proports.
#57 - Here's a recent example: This doesn't happen in most other states.  [+] (12 replies) 02/25/2016 on 100 deadly skills:good or... 0
#58 - justtocomment (02/25/2016) [-]
He broke the law - it's pretty straight forward on how you're allowed to open carry your firearm. This doesn't make the state less gun-friendly. Every state has its open-carry restrictions, and you can be arrested for breaking those restrictions.
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#60 - TeamAmerica (02/29/2016) [-]
That such is a law in the first place is my point. He would not have been arrested for it in most other states.
#61 - justtocomment (02/29/2016) [-]
For carrying his gun in his hand rather than his holster? Yeah, there's a lot of fuckin states that would arrest you for that.
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#62 - TeamAmerica (03/01/2016) [-]
His gun wasn't in his hand.

Texas is also the only state that cares what kind of holster you use. Chest holsters are illegal in TX, for example.
#63 - justtocomment (03/01/2016) [-]
And open carry is completely illegal in other states. And the process to conceal carry is simple and nearly nonexistent. And you can carry on college campuses. There is no wait time on any new gun purchas (rifle or handgun) and the only time we restrict ammo purchases is when there's a massive sale and we're trying not to sell out.
Maybe you and I have different opinions on what makes a state "gun-friendly". If your opinion on it is based on something like the Brady Campaign, then yeah - Texas isn't even in the top 20. I think the newest report actually put us at 30. If your opinion is based on open-carry laws, then yeah. There are 15 states with no permit required to open carry and about a half dozen with no restriction on how to open carry.
To me, gun-friendly is in the culture, like giving away rifles with the purchase of a pickup truck. It is in how a state looks at guns, and how it votes in terms of gun regulations. Texas is very gun friendly state, but it's also low on the ranks for gun crime and violence, because it's a gun-responsible state.
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#64 - TeamAmerica (03/04/2016) [-]
TL;DR
#65 - justtocomment (03/04/2016) [-]
Open carry laws don't decide how gun friendly a state is.
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#66 - TeamAmerica (03/20/2016) [-]
A state's gun laws are the only measure of how gun-friendly that state is.
#67 - justtocomment (03/20/2016) [-]
Really? Not their accessibility, lack of waiting periods, and lack of gun-show registration? Not the percentage of homes they are present in or the average number of guns per citizen? None of those things measure. Only "how can I carry it"?
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#69 - TeamAmerica (03/21/2016) [-]
States like Wyoming and South Dakota with far fewer restrictive gun laws are far more deserving of the stereotype than Texas. States which do not charge you with a crime for disobeying a private corporate policy, restrict the kind of holster you can use, and don't require you to prove your innocence.
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#68 - TeamAmerica (03/20/2016) [-]
Accessibility, lack of waiting periods & lack of gun show registration are all governed by laws. The lack of a restrictive law = more gun friendliness, while the presence of a restrictive law = gun UNfriendliness. Texas has some pretty unfriendly gun laws on the books such as force-of-law behind private 'no gun' signs, only 2 types of holsters being allowed for OC, etc. Texas is not nearly as gun friendly as the stereotype proports.
#55 - I didn't say TX wasn't gun friendly. I said "Texas isn't …  [+] (14 replies) 02/23/2016 on 100 deadly skills:good or... 0
#56 - justtocomment (02/24/2016) [-]
But it really is. I don't see how it isn't gun friendly in any way.
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#57 - TeamAmerica (02/25/2016) [-]
Here's a recent example: www.defensivecarry.com/forum/open-carry-issues-discussions/231920-first-licenced-oc-arrest-tx-3.html This doesn't happen in most other states.
#58 - justtocomment (02/25/2016) [-]
He broke the law - it's pretty straight forward on how you're allowed to open carry your firearm. This doesn't make the state less gun-friendly. Every state has its open-carry restrictions, and you can be arrested for breaking those restrictions.
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#60 - TeamAmerica (02/29/2016) [-]
That such is a law in the first place is my point. He would not have been arrested for it in most other states.
#61 - justtocomment (02/29/2016) [-]
For carrying his gun in his hand rather than his holster? Yeah, there's a lot of fuckin states that would arrest you for that.
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#62 - TeamAmerica (03/01/2016) [-]
His gun wasn't in his hand.

Texas is also the only state that cares what kind of holster you use. Chest holsters are illegal in TX, for example.
#63 - justtocomment (03/01/2016) [-]
And open carry is completely illegal in other states. And the process to conceal carry is simple and nearly nonexistent. And you can carry on college campuses. There is no wait time on any new gun purchas (rifle or handgun) and the only time we restrict ammo purchases is when there's a massive sale and we're trying not to sell out.
Maybe you and I have different opinions on what makes a state "gun-friendly". If your opinion on it is based on something like the Brady Campaign, then yeah - Texas isn't even in the top 20. I think the newest report actually put us at 30. If your opinion is based on open-carry laws, then yeah. There are 15 states with no permit required to open carry and about a half dozen with no restriction on how to open carry.
To me, gun-friendly is in the culture, like giving away rifles with the purchase of a pickup truck. It is in how a state looks at guns, and how it votes in terms of gun regulations. Texas is very gun friendly state, but it's also low on the ranks for gun crime and violence, because it's a gun-responsible state.
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#64 - TeamAmerica (03/04/2016) [-]
TL;DR
#65 - justtocomment (03/04/2016) [-]
Open carry laws don't decide how gun friendly a state is.
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#66 - TeamAmerica (03/20/2016) [-]
A state's gun laws are the only measure of how gun-friendly that state is.
#67 - justtocomment (03/20/2016) [-]
Really? Not their accessibility, lack of waiting periods, and lack of gun-show registration? Not the percentage of homes they are present in or the average number of guns per citizen? None of those things measure. Only "how can I carry it"?
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#69 - TeamAmerica (03/21/2016) [-]
States like Wyoming and South Dakota with far fewer restrictive gun laws are far more deserving of the stereotype than Texas. States which do not charge you with a crime for disobeying a private corporate policy, restrict the kind of holster you can use, and don't require you to prove your innocence.
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#68 - TeamAmerica (03/20/2016) [-]
Accessibility, lack of waiting periods & lack of gun show registration are all governed by laws. The lack of a restrictive law = more gun friendliness, while the presence of a restrictive law = gun UNfriendliness. Texas has some pretty unfriendly gun laws on the books such as force-of-law behind private 'no gun' signs, only 2 types of holsters being allowed for OC, etc. Texas is not nearly as gun friendly as the stereotype proports.
#53 - Yeah I'm pretty sure, seeing as how open carry was illegal unt…  [+] (16 replies) 02/22/2016 on 100 deadly skills:good or... 0
#54 - justtocomment (02/22/2016) [-]
So you mean open carry is allowed, there's no wait period for purchasing a firearm, there's no state gun registry, stand-your-ground laws exist (combined with castle laws and no duty to retreat), but this state isn't gun friendly?
There's a gun store in my town - it's in a shopping strip with a pizza shop. They sell bug-out bags that specifically bundle with certain types of firearms, hand stitched to hold that specific rifle or handgun. One of their biggest sellers.
It's a pretty gun-friendly state.
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#55 - TeamAmerica (02/23/2016) [-]
I didn't say TX wasn't gun friendly. I said "Texas isn't nearly as gun-friendly as most people think."
#56 - justtocomment (02/24/2016) [-]
But it really is. I don't see how it isn't gun friendly in any way.
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#57 - TeamAmerica (02/25/2016) [-]
Here's a recent example: www.defensivecarry.com/forum/open-carry-issues-discussions/231920-first-licenced-oc-arrest-tx-3.html This doesn't happen in most other states.
#58 - justtocomment (02/25/2016) [-]
He broke the law - it's pretty straight forward on how you're allowed to open carry your firearm. This doesn't make the state less gun-friendly. Every state has its open-carry restrictions, and you can be arrested for breaking those restrictions.
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#60 - TeamAmerica (02/29/2016) [-]
That such is a law in the first place is my point. He would not have been arrested for it in most other states.
#61 - justtocomment (02/29/2016) [-]
For carrying his gun in his hand rather than his holster? Yeah, there's a lot of fuckin states that would arrest you for that.
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#62 - TeamAmerica (03/01/2016) [-]
His gun wasn't in his hand.

Texas is also the only state that cares what kind of holster you use. Chest holsters are illegal in TX, for example.
#63 - justtocomment (03/01/2016) [-]
And open carry is completely illegal in other states. And the process to conceal carry is simple and nearly nonexistent. And you can carry on college campuses. There is no wait time on any new gun purchas (rifle or handgun) and the only time we restrict ammo purchases is when there's a massive sale and we're trying not to sell out.
Maybe you and I have different opinions on what makes a state "gun-friendly". If your opinion on it is based on something like the Brady Campaign, then yeah - Texas isn't even in the top 20. I think the newest report actually put us at 30. If your opinion is based on open-carry laws, then yeah. There are 15 states with no permit required to open carry and about a half dozen with no restriction on how to open carry.
To me, gun-friendly is in the culture, like giving away rifles with the purchase of a pickup truck. It is in how a state looks at guns, and how it votes in terms of gun regulations. Texas is very gun friendly state, but it's also low on the ranks for gun crime and violence, because it's a gun-responsible state.
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#64 - TeamAmerica (03/04/2016) [-]
TL;DR
#65 - justtocomment (03/04/2016) [-]
Open carry laws don't decide how gun friendly a state is.
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#66 - TeamAmerica (03/20/2016) [-]
A state's gun laws are the only measure of how gun-friendly that state is.
#67 - justtocomment (03/20/2016) [-]
Really? Not their accessibility, lack of waiting periods, and lack of gun-show registration? Not the percentage of homes they are present in or the average number of guns per citizen? None of those things measure. Only "how can I carry it"?
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#69 - TeamAmerica (03/21/2016) [-]
States like Wyoming and South Dakota with far fewer restrictive gun laws are far more deserving of the stereotype than Texas. States which do not charge you with a crime for disobeying a private corporate policy, restrict the kind of holster you can use, and don't require you to prove your innocence.
User avatar
#68 - TeamAmerica (03/20/2016) [-]
Accessibility, lack of waiting periods & lack of gun show registration are all governed by laws. The lack of a restrictive law = more gun friendliness, while the presence of a restrictive law = gun UNfriendliness. Texas has some pretty unfriendly gun laws on the books such as force-of-law behind private 'no gun' signs, only 2 types of holsters being allowed for OC, etc. Texas is not nearly as gun friendly as the stereotype proports.
#37 - Texas isn't nearly as gun-friendly as most people think.  [+] (18 replies) 02/21/2016 on 100 deadly skills:good or... +1
#47 - justtocomment (02/21/2016) [-]
You sure about that? Cuz, I live here and I specifically remember a used car dealership running a "buy a dodge get a rifle free" campaign. It was advertised right before the first GOP debate of the season.
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#53 - TeamAmerica (02/22/2016) [-]
Yeah I'm pretty sure, seeing as how open carry was illegal until this year, TX requires a permit while many other states do not, and 'no-gun' signs have force of law in TX. Yes I'm very sure, TX is not nearly as gun friendly as people think.
#54 - justtocomment (02/22/2016) [-]
So you mean open carry is allowed, there's no wait period for purchasing a firearm, there's no state gun registry, stand-your-ground laws exist (combined with castle laws and no duty to retreat), but this state isn't gun friendly?
There's a gun store in my town - it's in a shopping strip with a pizza shop. They sell bug-out bags that specifically bundle with certain types of firearms, hand stitched to hold that specific rifle or handgun. One of their biggest sellers.
It's a pretty gun-friendly state.
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#55 - TeamAmerica (02/23/2016) [-]
I didn't say TX wasn't gun friendly. I said "Texas isn't nearly as gun-friendly as most people think."
#56 - justtocomment (02/24/2016) [-]
But it really is. I don't see how it isn't gun friendly in any way.
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#57 - TeamAmerica (02/25/2016) [-]
Here's a recent example: www.defensivecarry.com/forum/open-carry-issues-discussions/231920-first-licenced-oc-arrest-tx-3.html This doesn't happen in most other states.
#58 - justtocomment (02/25/2016) [-]
He broke the law - it's pretty straight forward on how you're allowed to open carry your firearm. This doesn't make the state less gun-friendly. Every state has its open-carry restrictions, and you can be arrested for breaking those restrictions.
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#60 - TeamAmerica (02/29/2016) [-]
That such is a law in the first place is my point. He would not have been arrested for it in most other states.
#61 - justtocomment (02/29/2016) [-]
For carrying his gun in his hand rather than his holster? Yeah, there's a lot of fuckin states that would arrest you for that.
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#62 - TeamAmerica (03/01/2016) [-]
His gun wasn't in his hand.

Texas is also the only state that cares what kind of holster you use. Chest holsters are illegal in TX, for example.
#63 - justtocomment (03/01/2016) [-]
And open carry is completely illegal in other states. And the process to conceal carry is simple and nearly nonexistent. And you can carry on college campuses. There is no wait time on any new gun purchas (rifle or handgun) and the only time we restrict ammo purchases is when there's a massive sale and we're trying not to sell out.
Maybe you and I have different opinions on what makes a state "gun-friendly". If your opinion on it is based on something like the Brady Campaign, then yeah - Texas isn't even in the top 20. I think the newest report actually put us at 30. If your opinion is based on open-carry laws, then yeah. There are 15 states with no permit required to open carry and about a half dozen with no restriction on how to open carry.
To me, gun-friendly is in the culture, like giving away rifles with the purchase of a pickup truck. It is in how a state looks at guns, and how it votes in terms of gun regulations. Texas is very gun friendly state, but it's also low on the ranks for gun crime and violence, because it's a gun-responsible state.
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#64 - TeamAmerica (03/04/2016) [-]
TL;DR
#65 - justtocomment (03/04/2016) [-]
Open carry laws don't decide how gun friendly a state is.
User avatar
#66 - TeamAmerica (03/20/2016) [-]
A state's gun laws are the only measure of how gun-friendly that state is.
#67 - justtocomment (03/20/2016) [-]
Really? Not their accessibility, lack of waiting periods, and lack of gun-show registration? Not the percentage of homes they are present in or the average number of guns per citizen? None of those things measure. Only "how can I carry it"?
User avatar
#69 - TeamAmerica (03/21/2016) [-]
States like Wyoming and South Dakota with far fewer restrictive gun laws are far more deserving of the stereotype than Texas. States which do not charge you with a crime for disobeying a private corporate policy, restrict the kind of holster you can use, and don't require you to prove your innocence.
User avatar
#68 - TeamAmerica (03/20/2016) [-]
Accessibility, lack of waiting periods & lack of gun show registration are all governed by laws. The lack of a restrictive law = more gun friendliness, while the presence of a restrictive law = gun UNfriendliness. Texas has some pretty unfriendly gun laws on the books such as force-of-law behind private 'no gun' signs, only 2 types of holsters being allowed for OC, etc. Texas is not nearly as gun friendly as the stereotype proports.