This weekend, an estimated 70,000 people converged on the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston to attend the 142nd National Rifle Association Annual Meeting and Exhibits. Part gun show (non-biceps variety) and part political rally, the event also served as a massive support group for firearm enthusiasts who feel scapegoated and demonized each time the U.S. suffers a mass shooting.
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