Texas 30.06 Bilingual No Concealed Carry Sandwich Board Sign
Compliant with Texas Penal Code Sec. 30.06
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- Sign Reads
Pursuant to Section 30.06, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with a concealed handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a concealed handgun. Conformidad con la seccion 30.06, Codigo Penal (prevaricacion por titular de la licencia con una pistola oculta), una persona con licencia bajo el subcapitulo H, capitulo 411, codigo de gobierno (ley de licencias para portar armas de fuego), no podran entrar en esta propiedad con un arma de fuego culta.
Bilingual Texas 30.06 Sandwich Board Sign
Post Bilingual Texas 30.06 No Concealed Carry Sandwich Board Signs at all entrances to your premises to notify English and Spanish speaking visitors, customers, and personnel that you prohibit the concealed carry of firearms on your property.
24 × 36″ Deluxe Heavy-duty 21 lbs. Portable Plastic A-Frame
Frame Outside Dimensions: 46.125″ H × 27″ W × 3.125″ D
Frame Weight: 20 lbs.
Corrugated Plastic Signs + Frame Weight: 21.15 lbs.
Frequently Purchased Together
Texas 30.06 No Concealed Handgun Signs
On January 1, 2016, new Texas state laws went into effect allowing the open carry of firearms by licensed individuals, meaning that Texas residents can now legally carry their firearms openly or concealed so long as they are properly licensed. The new laws also continue to allow property owners and businesses to determine if they want to prohibit the concealed carry of firearms, the open carry of firearms, or both on their premises.
How does a property owner or business owner prohibit the concealed carry of firearms onto their premises?
According to the law, signs must be posted in a conspicuous manner at all entrances to the premises. These signs must have the message “Pursuant to Section 30.06, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with a concealed handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a concealed handgun” printed in contrasting colors with block letters at least 1″ tall in both English and Spanish.
Why is this sign only available in large sizes?
To meet the message requirements of the law and provide an eye-catching notice to visitors, the smallest size that this sign is available in is 24 × 36″ tall. It is also available as a 36 × 48″ tall for those who want a larger size for the entrance of their property. The size comparison below shows how they compare to a 6 ft. tall individual, which should help you determine which size will work best for your premises.
How does a property owner or business owner prohibit firearms entirely?
According to the law, property owners and business owners must post both the 30.06 and 30.07 signs in both English and Spanish in a conspicuous manner at all entrances to the premises if they do not want patrons openly carrying or carrying concealed firearms.
24 × 36″ Deluxe Heavy-duty 21 lbs. Portable Plastic A-Frame + Two 4 mm Corrugated Plastic Signs
- Large format sign stand
- Sold with two 4mm Corrugated Plastic signs
- Hardware is not required
- Signs easily slide in and out
- Will accommodate two 24″ wide × 36″ high signs
- Folds flat and has a carrying handle for easy portability
- The Quick-Change feature allows for sign changes in seconds
- Stay tabs ensure sign stays securely in place
- Add sand to the frame for a more stable solution. Instructions below
- Hinges lock in open position to prevent the frame from over-extending
- The frame covers ½″ of the sign at the top and bottom
Application and Benefits
- This deluxe version has a “lift up, drop in” feature, and no hardware is required when installing your sign panels. The “lift up, drop in” feature is the key to make this stand different from others.
- You can add internal weight to the stand (if needed). We recommend 5 lbs (or about 1/2 gallon) of dry sand in each side. Avoid filling the frames all the way to the top or they will bend.
- Can be used indoors or outdoors. Sign panels may need to be replaced after 1–2 years of outdoor use.
- Use on sidewalks, job sites, open houses, and many other applications