The Texas law in question makes gun sales illegal in some states but legal in others, which means that some gun purchases are completely legal in Texas.
This has the potential to make gun sales in Texas illegal and have a chilling effect on the availability of firearms in the state.
The law is a bad law, and it’s a bad policy.
In some ways, it’s worse than the NRA’s second-worst law, which has been used by anti-gun activists to try to block access to firearms.
The second-best law in the country, in fact, was passed in California in 2003, and California has no gun restrictions at all.
But if you look at how the laws have worked in practice, Texas has done quite well.
Texas’s gun law has resulted in a surge in gun sales, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation.
In 2017, there were over 2.4 million guns in the United States.
Texas has the second-highest rate of gun sales among the 50 states and the District of Columbia, according to Gun Owners of America.
The Texas law is part of a nationwide effort by the NRA to prevent gun purchases in states with gun control laws.
In addition to California, other states that have enacted gun restrictions in the wake of the shooting include Florida, Illinois, Missouri, and North Carolina.
This is the second time in less than a week that Texas has passed a law that will prevent people from legally purchasing a firearm.
The first was in October when Texas passed HB 1318, a measure that banned people from purchasing guns from licensed dealers unless they had a court order or a licensed firearms dealer issued a “transfer of a firearm” permit.
The NRA and the Texas Attorney General’s Office argued that HB 1319 would allow the state to “take away the guns from law-abiding Texans and criminals.”
The law was upheld by the Supreme Court.
The law did not stop anyone from buying guns from private sellers.
The gun laws of other states have also been blocked by courts.
Earlier this week, for example, New York passed a ban on the sale of assault weapons and high-capacity magazines.
And just this week New York’s legislature passed a bill that would make it illegal to sell or transfer a handgun or semi-automatic rifle to someone under the age of 18.
Texas, like many states, has laws that prohibit the sale or transfer of firearms.
However, Texas law has been interpreted to allow guns to be sold to minors.
This means that even if a licensed gun dealer sells a firearm to a person under 18, they will still be allowed to keep the gun.
And that means that the sale will be legal in the first place.
The Texas bill passed on Tuesday was signed into law by Gov.
The ban on selling guns to minors will remain in place for two years, and anyone who wants to legally buy a gun from a licensed dealer will still need a court permission.
Texas has also passed laws that prevent the sale and transfer of military-style assault weapons, large capacity magazines, and high capacity ammunition magazines.
The new laws also require people to undergo a background check and require people who want to buy a handgun to undergo an assessment about their mental health.
It also requires licensed gun dealers to keep records on sales and transfers of handguns.
This new law will not only limit the availability and use of guns in Texas, it will make it even harder for the Texas legislature to pass other gun control measures.
“I am proud of my fellow Texans who are standing up for what they believe in and standing up against those who would take our freedoms away,” said Governor Abbott in a statement.
“This bill will not stop Texas from working to make sure we protect the Second Amendment and our laws, but it will allow us to do that while protecting our families and our children.”
The NRA said the bill is an effort to “make gun control more difficult.”
“Texas is the only state in the nation that has failed to enact gun safety measures that are based on science, and we have a duty to protect the lives and safety of Texans,” said Sarah Fennell, NRA Legislative Counsel.
“By enacting this bill, Governor Abbott has taken action to further restrict Texans’ Second Amendment rights and will ensure that Texas is the first state in America to enact such legislation.”
The Texas legislature has also voted to create a task force to look at the state’s firearm laws.
The task force, which was established in 2015, will report back in March 2019.