Texas 30.07 No Open Carry Sign
Texas Code Section 30.07(c)(3)(A)
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Pursuant to Section 30.07, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with an openly carried handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a handgun that is carried openly.
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- OSHA 1910.1200(c)
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Texas 30.07 Sign
No Open Carry Signs should be posted at all entrances, such as gates, fences, and storefronts, to notify customers, personnel, and visitors that open carry of firearms is not permitted on your property, according to Texas Penal Code Section 30.07. Please note, you must also purchase the Spanish version of this sign (F8153SP) to be compliant with Texas law.
- Manufactured for Outdoor Use - Most Texas 30.07 Signs are going to be posted outdoors, so they need to be manufactured from weather resistant materials. That’s why we print signs on durable, long-lasting aluminum.
- Capture Attention - To meet message requirements set by Texas state laws and grab attention, signs are manufactured in two large sizes, with contrasting colors, and 1" tall text heights.
- Easy to Mount - Four mounting holes (1/4" holes on the 24 x 36" version and 5/16" holes on the 36 x 48" version) make it easy to secure signs to fences, gates, and more.
- Quantity Discounts - Need to post this particular Texas 30.06 Sign at multiple entrances around your premises? We offer quantity discounts for those purchasing the same sign in bulk.
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Texas 30.07 No Openly Carried 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 30.07, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with an openly carried handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a handgun that is carried openly” printed in contrasting colors with block letters at least 1″ tall in both English and Spanish.
Why is this sign available as English only and Spanish only?
We realize that our bilingual sign may be too large for some storefronts and businesses, so SafetySign.com wanted to give business owners the versatility they required to meet space constraints while remaining compliant with the requirements of the law. Please note that you MUST purchase both the English and Spanish signs to be compliant.
The size comparison below shows how these signs compare to a 6 ft. tall individual.
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.