I can’t speak for the metropolitan areas of Texas but I have family in law enforcement in addition to an uncle who is a judge who all tell me that no one they know would accost a person licensed to carry in prohibited locations. My family connections cover 6 different counties, all rural, but the feeling is that lawful people should not be bothered with the restrictions. I have specifically been told by 2 law enforcement officials who teach CHL classes that they appreciate any law abiding citizen who happens to keep their weapon well concealed in off-limits areas. Of course, that’s all off the record and you never know when you might run into the goober of an officer with something to prove but I don’t personally know officers or court officials who are anti-2nd amendment in our region. They tend to want to have the well informed backup.
I wish my area was the same. There are those would be all right in the law enforcement community, but there are enough that do not feel that way, including members of the judiciary, that it is a difficult decision to make to do that kind of thing. Though I would never ever in a million years violate the law, it does make one wonder about those instances in which one forgets to disarm before going in because you have spent the money and experimented enough with your carry technique that you do not think of the fact that you are armed. I know some to whom that has happened, but as long as there are no security check points (of which there are more all the time), the concealment normally will be enough to keep the dogs at bay.
It only takes one hard ass to ruin your day.
My luck I’d have a heart attack and the EMTs would find it.