An “open carry” demonstration outside of a local Starbucks was broken up by police after passersby complained about the three men and their rifles. The demonstrators, who posted a video of the entire encounter to YouTube, claim they were within their legal rights. According to Texas law, this type of conduct isn’t illegal as long as the weapon is not loaded. However, San Antonio police Chief William McManus explained that the gun holder can still be charged with disorderly conduct if anyone, at any point, feels threatened. “It’s a disorderly offense that officers will address accordingly,” McManus said.