Texas Gun Rally Will Re-Arm the Alamo

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Fearful that their right to openly carry long guns (rifles, shotguns, assault rifles, and so on) are in jeopardy after three men got tickets for doing so at a San Antonio Starbucks in September, gun-rights activists plan to haul more rifles to the Alamo than the site has likely seen since the battle that made it famous. "Amid a heavy police presence, more than 1,000 men and women carrying loaded rifles over their shoulders are expected to assemble at the site of the historic gun battle in one of the busiest sections of downtown," the New York Times reports. What could possibly go wrong?