Anti-gun violence demonstrators are met by counter-protesters carrying weapons – including an AR-15 – at rally in Phoenix
An estimated 15,000 people marched through Phoenix, Arizona, on Saturday
They were met with a few dozen counter-protesters holding their guns
People reported some with AR-15s and hand guns in the crowd during the march
Arizona allows its residents to open-carry without needing a license or permit.
People marching against gun violence were met with counter-protesters in Arizona on Saturday, some of whom were carrying guns openly on their hips.
An estimated 15,000 people attended the March for Our Lives ‘sibling’ protest in Phoenix, Arizona, on Saturday.
But these marchers were met with a few dozen counter-protesters who were standing up for their second amendment rights.
Some of these counter-protesters reportedly brought their AR-15s and other weapons to the event to show the marchers that their gun-totting rights would not be impacted.