Thousands of guns were present and none of them assaulted anyone.

Via Star Tribune: 

About 2,000 people, some toting handguns and rifles, gathered on the steps of the Minnesota State Capitol Saturday to support gun owners’ rights and to decry firearm regulations proposed by some legislators...

Rally attendees booed mentions of Gov. Mark Dayton, Sen. Amy Klobuchar and state Sen. Ron Latz, DFL-St. Louis Park, who introduced two gun-safety measures that were rejected earlier this week. They jeered mandatory gun registration, chamber limits and universal background checks.

“There’s some that don’t want to carry a gun on their hip or own a firearm to protect their family, [and] that’s fine,” said Pete Stauber, who is running for a congressional seat in Minnesota’s Eighth District. “But you don’t take it away from us defending ourselves, our families and our grandkids.”

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