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Is a LTC required in TX rural areas open to the public? #7572261 08/05/19 09:08 AM
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This could be:

1. public beaches
2. on boats in waterways open to the public
3. national forests
4. state parks
5. hiking and biking trails open to the public
6. bridle trails open to the public
7. areas open to the public for off-road vehicles as ATVs, motorcycles and snowmobiles
8. areas open to the public for camping
9. open space areas open to the public
10. areas open to the public for hunting and fishing


I ask because in some states and formerly in some states, LTC/CCW only pertains to being within any "city limit".

Last edited by J. Preston Bailey; 08/05/19 09:11 AM.

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Re: Is a LTC required in TX rural areas open to the public? [Re: J. Preston Bailey] #7575593 08/09/19 01:10 AM
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Yes, I believe so

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