Open carry becomes the law of the land in Texas Jan. 1.
Open carry becomes the law of the land in Texas Jan. 1. nypost.com
Open carry becomes the law of the land in Texas Jan. 1. nypost.com

Open Carry is the law of the land in Texas as of Jan. 1

December 26, 2015 07:31 PM

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