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History Oct 2, 1835 of the Come And Take It flag related to gun control, gun bans, and confiscation
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Detailed history of the October 2, 1835 Come And Take It flag, highly relevant in the current discussion over banning assault weapons, high capacity magazines, handguns; and to the discussions over gun control, the Second Amendment, "shall not be infringed."

This video references Texas history, a letter from Stephen F. Austin. It references The Alamo, Mexican General Santa Anna, Gonzales, Texas, Mexico, and others.
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