"Live by the gun. Die by the gun. You will not live to see Easter," reads the typed letter that was mailed Thursday in Houston and arrived Saturday at Jim Pruett's Guns & Ammo.The threat also targeted the owner's family and store employees, according to the report.
It's not the first threat to firearms advocates since the Newtown shootings.
Others have popped up on Twitter.
One Texas Democratic Party official said NRA members should be shot. Of course, he claims that wasn't a threat.
Does anyone think these people will suddenly discover civility if their political opposition is forced to disarm?