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Welcome to Texas Gun Rights (TXGR) - the largest “No Compromise” gun rights group in the Lone Star State!

But what does “No Compromise” mean?

We will never trade away your rights.

We will never accept political excuses or backroom deals.

Gun owners’ rights have been slipping away in the past few decades.

For far too long, establishment, access-based, gun lobbying organizations here in Texas have sold out gun owners and liberty lovers for political expediency and personal gain.

Our mission is to empower citizens with the knowledge they need to hold politicians and elected officials accountable for their anti-gun views and preserve our Second Amendment rights.

With our dedicated, expanding membership of grassroots activists, TXGR leads the charge to halt the radical anti-gun agenda across Texas.

But our effectiveness in the battle against the gun grabbers depends entirely on the support of gun rights supporters like you.

We welcome all Texans who believe in gun rights to join TXGR and participate in the ever-growing movement to take back our rights and liberty in the Lone Star State.

 

Latest News:

Dan Patrick blocking Constitutional Carry?
Dan Patrick blocking Constitutional Carry?

We can’t allow his excuse-making to ruin our best opportunity to make Texas the next Constitutional Carry state.

Constitutional Carry passes Texas House!
Constitutional Carry passes Texas House!

Constitutional Carry has finally been voted out of the Texas House 87-58!

Constitutional Carry vote this Thursday!
Constitutional Carry vote this Thursday!

Permitless Carry House Bill 1927, authored by Representative Matt Schaefer, is scheduled for a vote in the Texas House of Representatives this Thursday (4/15)!


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