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Old January 7, 2013, 11:05 PM   #1
Jim March
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Join Date: February 14, 1999
Location: Pittsburg, CA, USA
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Just submitted a question on CCW to the Texas DPS

Direct quote (entered into their "contact us" web-form):

I am considering moving to TX and will be applying for a CCW. I understand that in Texas, if you qualify with a revolver you are stuck with revolvers. My question is, what exactly constitutes a "revolver" over an autoloader? I ask because my "revolver" has automatic gas-powered extraction of empty shells (bouncing 9mm shells from a hammer-mounted deflector) and magazine feeding of fresh rounds. I'm quite serious here. See also: - under TX rules, is this an "autoloader" or a "revolver" for purposes of CCW qualification?

Yes, I'll post the reply.

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