texas open carry

"When you have gunfire going on, you usually go with the person that's got a gun," Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said.
"We look forward to him approaching us, shaking our hands, and thanking us for exercising our rights ... in the way he is tasked with supporting," the group said.
Coming face to face with raw violence changes a person's vision of the world. In this new, unsafe world, threats are everywhere and hyper-vigilance is the new normal. Can carrying a gun help a person feel safer? Can it, at least, give us back our illusion of safety?
Under the new law, nearly 1 million people in Texas who have passed a required safety course and have a concealed handgun permit will be allowed to carry holstered handguns.
There may have been more than 100 bikers at Twin Peaks, all of whom believed they were 'good guys' who needed to carry guns in case a 'bad guy' from another gang was also armed.
A shootout on Sunday afternoon in Waco, Texas, killed nine people, injured 18 more and resulted in authorities in the city
If someone is indicted for a felony, the state of Texas will suspend that person's concealed carry license during the indictment
Gov.-elect Greg Abbott has said he would sign an open carry bill if it reached his desk — and on Tuesday, rally participants
"It's a distraction," Cox said during an interview with an NRA radio show. "There was some confusion, we apologize, again
(h/t Raw Story) In a May 30 statement, the NRA applauded Texans for the "robust gun culture" in the Lone Star State, but