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Tex.Penal Code Ann. § 46.02(b) provides:
(b) It is a defense to prosecution under this section that the actor was, at the time of the commission of the offense:
The traveling defense provided by § 46.02(b)(3) has remained unchanged since its promulgation in 1871
Our opinion in that case does hold that a person may travel with a handgun from one place of lawful possession to another so long as he doesn't do it very often.
read Judge Charlie Baird's dissent opinion It contains a very good summary of Texas case law on carrying handguns.