‘No open carry’ signs are likely to trigger next Texas gun debate

'No open carry' signs are likely to trigger next Texas gun debate

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Shooting instructor Mark Brushwiller wears his gun on his hip at the Frisco Gun Club.

AUSTIN — The next tussle over Texas’ new open carry law is likely to come over one of its more mundane requirements: signs.

Starting in January, licensed Texans will be able to openly carry handguns in belt or shoulder holsters. Business owners who want patrons to leave their weapons behind will have to post one new large sign and revise one they already have.

No one considers the new rules to be a monumental burden, but some worry property owners could be …. read more here

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