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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