There is no waiting period for purchasing a firearm in the state of Texas.
- Sunday: Closed for Worship, Relaxation and Recreation
- Monday: Closed to do all the things we used to Tues-Sat
- Tuesday: 10:00 – 5:00
- Wednesday 10:00 – 5:00
- Thursday 10:00 – 5:00
- Friday 10:00 – 5:00
- Saturday 10:00 – 5:00
No, there is no state registration of firearms.
No, there is no state registration of firearms, thus there is no requirement transfer the firearm in your name.
You will need a valid state-issued ID. Many FFLs will not sell to out-of-state residents. This is due to the FFL’s requirement to uphold your resident state’s gun laws, and the inherent complexity associated with many states.
Yes, with proper licensing (Concealed Handgun License) you may carry a pistol or revolver on your person. Long guns (rifles / shotguns) do not have to be concealed, but must be carried in a manner not calculated to cause alarm, and do not require a license.
Yes you can, as of January 1 – 2016, folks can carry a handgun openly or concealed> However you do have to be licensed. By Texas law, the gun must be carried using a “shoulder or belt holster.” Long arms still do not require a license.
Yes. With the passage of the Motorist Protection Act you may now readily carry handguns, loaded and within reach, so long as you conceal the firearm. Long guns (rifles / shotguns) do not have to be concealed and may be loaded and within reach.
Yes. All NFA rules apply.
No. Texas abides by Federal law which at this time has no restrictions on so-called “assault weapons” such as semi-auto AR15, FAL, G3 / HK91 rifles.
No. The only limit on magazines in Texas is the number of rounds you are physically able to cram into the thing and/or carry and/or afford.