As of January 1, Texas residents with a concealed carry license will be able to open carry – except where prohibited by law. A business wishing to ban open carriers from their premises before they enter must post an official 30.07 sign at all entrances. The sign must be 18″ X 24″ with mandatory text in one-inch letters in both English and Spanish. That’s a huge win for gun rights (so to speak); the sign’s size discourages its use. Especially when combined with the equally large concealed carry prohibition signs (as above). Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America of Texas aims to shrink the required signage in the next legislative session. Meanwhile, they have some advice for anti-open carry businesses [via their website]: use non-legal signage. As follows . . .
Beginning on January 1, 2016, it will be legal for people in Texas to carry openly displayed handguns in public. But as the owner or manager of private property, you still have the right to keep guns out of your business and provide your customers with a comfortable, safe environment.
Source:: Truth About Guns