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Moving to Dallas

Discussion in 'Lone Star Glockers' started by gte338m, May 7, 2007.

  1. gte338m

    gte338m

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    I am moving to the Dallas area this weekend. I read some info that indicated that I could not apply for a Tx license until after being in Tx for 6mths. I don't know how valid this info is, but if it is correct, can I carry with my Georgia Firearms License?

    Who do I need to contact in Tx to ask for more info?

    Thanks
     
  2. Walter45Auto

    Walter45Auto

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    I believe you can. There's no law in Texas that I'm aware of that says residents must have a Texas permit to carry here. www.handgunlaw.us is a good site for gun laws. It's even better than www.packing.org which has gotten a bit out of date. They both have links to Texas Dept of Public Safety's website I believe, which will have the phone number of the CHL division.


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  3. GlockPride

    GlockPride Glock 23

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    Just OK
    Well,
    let me be the first to welcome you with a big Texas "Howdy!"
    Remember when you talk to the folks back home that everything is bigger in Texas. And ifn it ain't just spin it that way-we've got a reputation to uphold here.
     
  4. failedreality

    failedreality

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    I'm glad I checked this. When I first moved here from Washington, there was no agreement, but after looking tonight, Texas honors my WA Permit.. :banana:
     
  5. Walter45Auto

    Walter45Auto

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    Must be a one sided agreement. IIRC, WA don't honor the Texas permit.


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  6. failedreality

    failedreality

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    Which I think is weird, but that's ok

    I'm going to get my texas permit here shortly anyways..