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The N.R.A. Is in Dallas, and No, You Don’t Have to Check Your Gun at the Door

Friday, May 4, 2018

At the annual National Rifle Association meeting in Dallas, guns are quite literally everywhere — on display at exhibit booths, and emblazoned on T-shirts, banners and coffee mugs. In one busy corner, people stopped to take pictures of a piece of gun art on display: a giant sculpture, made with hundreds of balloons, of a Glock 27 .40-caliber pistol.

But can N.R.A. members bring their personal guns to the event? The answer, like everything else in the gun debate, is complicated.

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