One of many pro-gun rallies held nationwide brought an estimated 100 gun-rights advocates to the Wisconsin Capitol Saturday.  The rallies were held to answer March for Our Lives events held around the U-S.  This weekend’s gun advocates say they worry those student-led protests will threaten their Second Amendment rights.  Many of those involved in the Madison rally openly carried a gun in a legal manner.  They said they were there to resist the idea that stricter gun controls are the answer when preventing incidents like the Parkland school shooting.