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  • YoderTexas
    YoderTexas: #7 of 7 - Pro-Gun Bills Went Into Effect in Texas on Friday, September 1, 2017

    House Bill 3784  allows persons approved by the Texas Department
    of Public Safety to offer an online course to cover the classroom portion of the
    r...  more
    • Sep 6
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  • YoderTexas
    YoderTexas: #6 of 7 - Pro-Gun Bills Went Into Effect in Texas on Friday, September 1, 2017

    House Bill 1935  repeals the prohibition on the possession or
    carrying of knives such as daggers, dirks, stilettos and Bowies by eliminating
    ...  more
    • Sep 6
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  • YoderTexas
    YoderTexas: #5 of 7 - Pro-Gun Bills Went Into Effect in Texas on Friday, September 1, 2017

    Senate Bill 2065  includes language allowing volunteers
    providing security at places of worship to be exempt from the requirements of
    t...  more
    • Sep 6
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  • YoderTexas
    YoderTexas: #4 of 7 - Pro-Gun Bills Went Into Effect in Texas on Friday, September 1, 2017

    Senate Bill 1566  contains provisions allowing employees of
    school districts, open-enrollment charter schools and private elementary or
    s...  more
    • Sep 6
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  • YoderTexas
    YoderTexas: #3 of 7 - Pro-Gun Bills Went Into Effect in Texas on Friday, September 1, 2017

    Senate Bill 263  repeals the minimum caliber requirement (.32)
    for demonstrating handgun proficiency during the range instruction portion of
    the License To Carry course.
    • Sep 6
  • YoderTexas
    YoderTexas: #2 of 7 - Pro-Gun Bills Went Into Effect in Texas on Friday, September 1, 2017

    House Bill 1819  revises Texas statutes to track federal law
    regarding ownership and possession of firearm sound suppressors.  The Texas
    P...  more
    • Sep 6
  • YoderTexas
    YoderTexas: #1 of 7 - Pro-Gun Bills Went Into Effect in Texas on Friday, September 1, 2017

    Senate Bill 16  slashes the cost of an original License To Carry
    from $140 to $40 and reduces the price of a renewal LTC from $70 to $40 to bring
    fees down to among the low...  more
    • Sep 6
  • E2M
    E2M updated cover photo of the business Texas State Rifle Association:
    • Mar 22
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    • E2M
      E2M thanks i added the logo
      You can sap it out as an admin
    • E2M
      YoderTexas Thank you for your assistance. I have no idea what you mean by "sap it out.'
      • Sep 6