At a Feb. 7 rally by gun-rights advocates at the Washington state capitol in Olympia, Trystan Olson, 4, of Spokane, Wash., held a toy gun as he reached toward the trigger of a rifle held by his father, Erik Olson. Rally participants were protesting a ban on openly carrying guns into the state House and Senate viewing galleries.
At a Feb. 7 rally by gun-rights advocates at the Washington state capitol in Olympia, Trystan Olson, 4, of Spokane, Wash., held a toy gun as he reached toward the trigger of a rifle held by his father, Erik Olson. Rally participants were protesting a ban on openly carrying guns into the state House and Senate viewing galleries. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
At a Feb. 7 rally by gun-rights advocates at the Washington state capitol in Olympia, Trystan Olson, 4, of Spokane, Wash., held a toy gun as he reached toward the trigger of a rifle held by his father, Erik Olson. Rally participants were protesting a ban on openly carrying guns into the state House and Senate viewing galleries. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press

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February 26, 2016 4:27 PM

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