A 30.06 sign forbids people from carrying a concealed handgun into a property, in compliance with Section 30.06 of the Penal Code. On the other hand, a 30.07 sign created as per Section 30.07 of the Penal Code prohibits people from entering a property with an openly carried handgun. Properties often post both the signs to keep their premises gun-free.
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Yes, it is. Texas gun laws require properties to post appropriate gun warning signs if they want to restrict the presence of guns on their premises. The law identifies signs as a notice indicating that firearms are prohibited on the property. The wording of signs and other requirements are also provided in the State laws.
51% signs in Texas are used by alcoholic beverage retailers to prohibit guns on their property. Establishments licensed to sell alcoholic beverages for on-premise consumption and whose alcohol sales are more than 50% of their gross receipts are required to post this sign to comply with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission requirements.
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