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Old 10-27-2013, 03:30 AM   #21
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So does the same thing apply to a fifth wheel RV?



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So does the same thing apply to a fifth wheel RV?
the Castle Law in Texas makes your vehicle and also your workplace an extension of your home in terms of self defence. i can see no reason an RV wouldn't be considered as well.


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the Castle Law in Texas makes your vehicle and also your workplace an extension of your home in terms of self defence. i can see no reason an RV wouldn't be considered as well.
Well, since I use the RV as an off site office for my business, I guess I am covered!
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Well, since I use the RV as an off site office for my business, I guess I am covered!
Thanks for the reply.
sounds like you are covered in all directions, home, vehicle and workplace!
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An RV hooked up to a truck is a vehicle, legal carry. An RV hooked to utilities is a habitation, legal carry



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