Gun rights activists are prepared to battle with the City of Arlington again on Wednesday after a federal judge sided with the group earlier this year.
In some regards, it was a provocative and potentially dangerous mixed message: protestors armed with assault weapons simultaneously calling for an end to police shootings—while also advocating self-defense.
Texas could start allowing alcohol sales at gun shows provided they don’t allow live ammunition or let buyers take possession of their weapons at the events.
Fresh off of their victory in federal court, a group known for demonstrating while carrying guns will gather again, this time in Arlington.
The open carry movement won a major victory Monday in federal court. A judge ruled the City of Arlington can’t enforce a law used to keep demonstrators off the streets — at least for now.
An open carry gun rights group is asking a judge to temporarily suspend enforcement of a law preventing people from handing out flyers to people driving by in busy intersections.
Armed with guitars instead of guns, this Independence Day, hundreds of musicians – and music fans – used satire and songs to protest the Open Carry Gun movement.
Target stores are asking customers to leave their guns at home. This comes in the wake of photos showing gun activists carrying long guns, slung over their shoulders, inside a Mansfield store.
Here is a look at stories across Texas Saturday evening.
Open Carry gun rights activists from across the state will be out in full force at the Texas GOP convention being held in Fort Worth from Thursday through Saturday.
The NRA has rolled back an earlier statement criticizing ‘open carry’ rallies in Texas in which gun rights advocates have brought assault rifles into public places.
Several gun groups in Texas are threatening to pull out of the NRA after the association called them “weird” and “foolish” for bringing assault rifles into restaurants and businesses.